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1840 Ames NCO Sword

#500836
This single-edged blade has a single broad fuller. Features a cast brass hilt, ribbed grip flanked by kidney-shaped hand guards. Pommel is global with a capstan. Blade length 31-3/4 inches.
$149.95

Replica Brass Constable Whistle

#804963
This hand aged brass whistle is a fully functional replica of those issued to Constables in the 1920's to 1940's. Reads "CONSTABLE" on one side with a raised lawman's star on the other.
$8.95

RMS Titanic Portable Compass

#804928
This solid brass, working replica compass from the White Star Line is engraved under the cover to Captain Edward John Smith.
$29.95 $24.95

Desk Magnifier

#804934
This desk magnifier aids in navigational chart and map reading. Hardwood base with solid brass plate "Watts & Sons Ltd. Opticians London 1814".
$39.95 $34.95

Powder Horn With Brass Powder Dispenser

#804917
This natural powder horn features a spring-loaded release with a brass charger / dispenser which holds about 50 grains of powder. Unscrews for refilling with a permanently affixed wooden end cap.
$16.95

Bone Edge Damascus Bowie Knife

#404395
The Damascus Steel Bowie has a full tang blade and genuine bone handle with solid brass spacers, finger guard and skull crusher pommel and custom jimping all around.
$74.95

Obsidian Arrowhead Necklace

#804765
Each of these handmade Obsidian Arrowhead Necklaces vary slightly due to natural occurring variations, but all have that glossy look typical of obsidian and include a black leather thong.
$8.95

WWI Trench Mace

#601043
This durable trench club has a steel shim with the flanged ring over the top which is then pinned through. Shaft is solid, stained hardwood. Overall: 17"
$49.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: RMS Titanic Portable Compass

what a nice piece  better quality than expected,.  its really machined  and engraved nicely engraved  . great addition to your nautical collection
Reviewed by: Brian, October 18, 2019

Review of: WWI Trench Mace

Nicely made and it was shipped the same day as ordered.
Reviewed by: William, October 02, 2019

Review of: WWI Trench Mace

I just received this trench mace today. I really like the sturdy construction and heft of the mace head. It is my opinion that this item is a great value for the money. - Douglas S.
Reviewed by: Douglas, August 08, 2019

Review of: Desk Magnifier

Bought this for use at work. I like the antique nautical theme, being retire Boatswains mate. Good quality and useful for "older" eyes.
Reviewed by: Greg, May 24, 2019

Review of: WWI Trench Mace

Great conversation piece and it would deal out some pain if required also.  Very well made and so interesting. Great price.
Reviewed by: Christopher, April 17, 2019

Review of: 1840 Ames NCO Sword

I was undecided between this sword and another but when I saw that Windlass was now offering the M1840 NCO sword with a leather sheath that did it.  I do not like steel scabbards.  It appears that I made a good decision as it handles well being fast and nimble.  My biggest issue is in the manner in which Windlass chose to add the nomenclature to the ricasso.  I had fully expected it to be stamped but instead it is printed on.  Nicely done but printed, I can feel the raised lettering and no doubt in time will wear off, if I don’t accidently use something that will dissolve it first.  For a complete review see my review on SBG https://sbg-sword-forum.forums.net/thread/56791/windlass-new-m1840-sword-5000836?page=1
Reviewed by: Paul, March 14, 2019

Review of: 1840 Ames NCO Sword

I was debating whether to buy the #500350 M1840 NCO Sword or one from another company.  When I saw that Windlass had put new clothes on their old #500350, namely a leather sheath, and called it #500836 and briefly offered it at a 15% discount I jumped at it.  The leather sheath was the selling point.  Well, that and the statistics, principally the weight and balance point also helped.  The sword is nimble, fast, and easily controlled.  The diameter of the grip is a trifle small for my size 8 hand but easily manageable.  A glove gives me a better fit.  It comes without a washer but I made one from an old leather slingshot pouch without difficulty.  The blade is a thrusting blade but after putting a convex razor sharp edge on it, it cuts the traditional soft targets well.  The nomenclature on the ricasso was disappointing as it is printed on the surface where it is subject to wearing off or possibly affected by certain solvents.  I was expecting it to be stamped into the metal.  The grip arrived with a visible parting seam and a bit of flash.  I took care of all with a couple of needle files.  It’s a 5 starrer in my book.
Reviewed by: Paul, March 02, 2019

Review of: 1840 Ames NCO Sword

I couldn't be more pleased with this high quality reproduction of a classic sword.  It's exactly what I needed for living history/reenacting.  I am currently active duty military and have since purchased several more and had them engraved for senior NCO retirement gifts.  
if you're looking for a great blade at a great value, look no further.
Reviewed by: Derek, February 09, 2019

Review of: WWI Trench Mace

this mace is this well made will it withstand force without breaking .
Reviewed by: robert, September 14, 2018

Review of: WWI Trench Mace

This is one weapon I would have never want to meet up with in a trench or any other location during a battle.  Heavy, mighty and fierce; this club is a powerful combat piece in any war at any location!
Reviewed by: Sam, August 30, 2018