Daga-bayoneta de taco de la Guerra de Independencia estadounidense
Continental Soldier, American Revolution by Daldbaatar.deviantart.com on @deviantART
War club; Iroquois
George Washington's battle sword and scabbard, 1770s Washington carried this sword as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. He willed the sword to his nephew, Samuel Washington, a U.S. Army captain, with orders to use it "only in self-defense or in the defense of country and its rights." In 1843 Washington's grandnephew donated the sword to the U.S. government, and in 1922 it was transferred from the State Department to the Smithsonian.
Civil War Replica 3 Band Enfield Musket Non-Firing by CA. $249.99. 55 Inches Long. Makes A Great Gift. Non-Firing Replica. This British pattern 1853 rifled musket became the Confederate standard rifle of the Civil War. The Enfield was reliable, quick-loading, and accurate. It was a vast improvement over the previously used smoothbore Flintlock Muskets. This replica is a faithful, non-firing reproduction of the original Enfield. It measures 55 inches long, and wou...
Braddock Pistol, given to George Washington
*CIVIL WAR PINFIRE PISTOL~from Gettysburg Battlefield. Invented in 1828 by a Frenchman by the name of Casimir Lefaucheux, it was one of the earliest practical designs of a metallic cartridge. The pinfire history is closely associated with the development of the breech-loader which replaced older muzzle loading weapons.