US M1904 Sword Knot

US M1904 Sword Knot
With the switch to russet colored leather, the Army needed all new leather equipment.  This sword knot was adopted around 1904, and is much more intricate than previous models.  It was used on the M1860 and M1906 Cavalry Sabers until replaced by the M1913 Patton Sword.
 
Our PriceUS$ 25.00
Code103576000
Stock12
Weight0.03
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