18th Century English Cutlass Sword

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Circa -  French & Indian and American Revolution Wars


From 1750-1768 this sword was produced and became a standard arm of American and Crown forces during several Wars. Well liked for its compactness and maneuverability, and well-designed brass handle with guard and 23.5” blade. Marked with ‘SH’ with a running Fox as originally produced by the armorer Samuel Harvey. Comes with Leather scabbard with brass accents. Frequently referred to as the ‘Bunker Hill Sword’ for its use there.

3 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Robert Dement on Jun 26th 2020

    very nice, I will be buying more of these swords

  • 4
    18th Century Cutlass Sword

    Posted by Jack on Apr 15th 2020

    This is my first replica sword and I wasn't sure what to expect. It is quite nice. The finish is excellent and the feel is good. I have a rather large hand and it feels a bit small in my hand but I don't think it will get much use? LOL The blade is not honed to an edge at all and I expect that it not take a fine edge. It is after all a decorative piece and it looks very nice. I believe made in India?

  • 4
    Scabbard brass flaw

    Posted by Mark D Hamilton on Apr 14th 2020

    The scabbard metal has a shadowy-like mottling flaw at top, opposite the frog stud. I tried cleaning it with different metal cleaning products, however, it appears to be part of the metal under the surface. Is there anything you can recommend to remove it..? I really don’t want to return it if at all possible...