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  • Sword and Scabbard Belonging to the Musician in Captain Raunchey's Volunteers (Coloured Corps)
        The sword, which is made of brass and steel, has a lion's head pommel and a curved blade. Along with its scabbard, it is believed to have belonged to the Musician in Captain Raunchey's Volunteers (Coloured Corps) in the War of 1812-1814. It is unknown when this provenance was attached ...
      The sword, which is made of brass and steel, has a lion's ...
  • Winchester Sword
        This Winchester sword has a steel blade and a leather scooped handle with twined leather.
      This Winchester sword has a steel blade and a leather scooped handle ...
  • Infantry Officer's Sword Blade
        This is the tip of a straight bladed metal sword. (missing the handle). It is from a 1796 Infantry officer’s sword.Further research in 2010 suggests that it is a dagger tip with a diamond profile.
      This is the tip of a straight bladed metal sword. (missing the ...
  • US Army Sword- 1812-1814
        This sword is believed to be from an American soldier in the artillery. It is decorated with an embossed gilded pattern of an American eagle crest and floral motifs. The hilt also has an eagle head pommel and a carved ivory hand grip. Further research by Glen Smith in 2010 ...
      This sword is believed to be from an American soldier in the ...
  • Sabre- c. 1812
        A steel sabre, with a wooden grip, that is cavalry issue dated during the War of 1812. It was found on the banks of the Niagara river.
      A steel sabre, with a wooden grip, that is cavalry issue dated ...
  • 1796 Pattern Officer Field Sword
        This sword is a 1796 Pattern officer field sword. The guard is hinged and the blade has decorative sketches on it. It is believed to have belonged to an officer in the British troops. On the upper edge to the blade there is an inscription that reads “J.J Runkel Solingen”. ...
      This sword is a 1796 Pattern officer field sword. The guard is ...
  • Infantry Sword and Leather Scabbard
        A British Officer’s sword and scabbard. The scabbard is black leather with a brass tip and collar with a ring. The sword has an urn hilted pommel with a fixed guard and the hilt is wrapped with wire. The hilt also has a few ornate designs. The blade is blued ...
      A British Officer’s sword and scabbard. The scabbard is black leather with ...
  • Sword- c. 1812
        A sword believed to have been unearthed at one of Niagara’s Battlefields. Inscriptions include “HADLEY” with three circles (near the handle) and “4” with a crown on the blade. The grip of the handle is made of wood but is worn down on one side. This item is on display ...
      A sword believed to have been unearthed at one of Niagara’s Battlefields. ...
  • White Leather Sword Belt
        A military sword belt that is made of white leather with a brass buckle. The buckle has an inscription which states “ E.B. Tupper” in script.
      A military sword belt that is made of white leather with a ...
  • Sword and Scabbard- Dr. Cyrus Sumner
        The origin of the sword is unknown and there are no distinct markings on it. It is believed however, that the sword would have been carried by the Light Cavalry (Light Dragoons and the Hussars). The sword has a steel blade and a wooden grip wrapped in leather and bounded ...
      The origin of the sword is unknown and there are no distinct ...
  • British Regulation Issue Sword- c. 1796-1820
        This sword is made of metal and ivory with the blade measuring 81 cm and the handle 13 cm. It is a British regulation issue sword, circa 1796-1820, that could have been used by local militia troops during the War of 1812. This sword was found in 1903 in the ...
      This sword is made of metal and ivory with the blade measuring ...
  • Sabre and Scabbard Created by Woolley, Deakin, Dutton, & Johnson
        This sabre is made of metal, leather and wood. Along with its scabbard, the sabre was made by Woolley, Deakin, Dutton, & Johnson, as it is inscribed on one end of the scabbard. This scabbard is made of metal with two rings attached. Further research in 2010 suggests it is ...
      This sabre is made of metal, leather and wood. Along with its ...
  • Military Sword of Capt. Thomas MacMicking (McMicken) 1812-1814
        A sword made of solid brass but the grip has been embellished with tightly bound silver wire. The pommel and joints of the handle have scroll work and engravings. The brass hilt also has scroll work and folds down on one side to allow for easier carrying on the hip ...
      A sword made of solid brass but the grip has been embellished ...
  • Light Cavalry Pattern Sword
        This is a light cavalry pattern sword that is made almost entirely from iron. Only the handle and a portion of the blade is still present. It measures 33 cm long, 2.8 cm wide and 14.5 cm deep. The sword was issued in 1796 and was used during the War ...
      This is a light cavalry pattern sword that is made almost entirely ...
  • Cavalry Sword- c.1812
        This cavalry sword with a wooden handle is measured at 13 ¾ inches long. It was said to have been recovered from one of Niagara’s Battlefields. This item is on display at the Battleground Hotel Museum.
      This cavalry sword with a wooden handle is measured at 13 ¾ ...
  • Steel Sabre and Scabbard
        The sabre and scabbard are curved steel that has since rusted. The scabbard has two steel bands with two rings attached and a rounded tip. It has “OSBORNE & GUNBY, BIRM.” inscribed on the base. The sword looks as though it used to have leather wrapped around the wood handle ...
      The sabre and scabbard are curved steel that has since rusted. The ...
  • Black Leather Sword Belt c. 1812-1814
        This is a sword belt made of black leather with five large brass lion heads and four smaller lion heads on the buckles.
      This is a sword belt made of black leather with five large ...
  • Infantry Officer’s Sword and Scabbard
        The blade is 80.5 cm long x 2.5 cm wide and tapers to a spear point. The pattern is common to that of 1769 but was most likely still used by the War of 1812. The sword has an urn hilted pommel with a fixed guard and the hilt is ...
      The blade is 80.5 cm long x 2.5 cm wide and tapers ...
  • Capt. James Muirhead's Sword and Scabbard
        This sword belonged to Capt. James Muirhead during the War of 1812-1814. The hilt of the sword is made of brass with a sharkskin grip and a lion’s head pommel. The guard of the hilt is also made up of the royal cipher “GR” and a part that has a ...
      This sword belonged to Capt. James Muirhead during the War of 1812-1814. ...
  • Sword and Scabbard Owned by Captain Daniel Servos- 1778
        This is an officer’s sword that has the inscription “Capt’n Daniel Servos, Butler’s Rangers 1778” on its scabbard. The hilt is silver and green with an eagle on the pommel. The sword was donated to the Museum by William Kirby, who married into the Servos family. Servos is said to ...
      This is an officer’s sword that has the inscription “Capt’n Daniel Servos, ...
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