- Marlow White’s swords and sabers have ceremonial blades. As such, they are built to strict military regulations to be used in drills, ceremonies, and displays.
- These blades are of the highest quality, but are not sharpened for use as a weapon.
- View our photo-based comparison to see our Army NCO sword compared to another on the market.
- Also known as the Model 1840 Army NCO Sword.
- Protective cloth bag included
- Also available: Army NCO Sword Package (sword and necessary accessories)
- Sword Quantity Discounts
- Guard: Embossed and polished brass guard, 24-carat gold-plated
- Grip: Entirely wrapped in silver-plated brass wire
- Pommel: Cast brass, 24-carat gold-plated
- Stainless steel
- Scabbard: Polyurethane tube covered with black calf leather
- Fittings: Polished brass, 24-carat gold-plated
- The Marlow White Difference
- Product Questions
Product QuestionsQuestion by: Michael Manning on Jan 22, 2017 5:56:00 PMSir, the NCO sword, and all of our swords are made in Solingen Germany by WKC. WKC has been manufacturing military swords since 1883. They are the leading supplier to military schools and services worldwide for ceremonial military swords, including the military academies here in the United states.Answer by: Hannah Aaron (Admin) on Jan 23, 2017 11:00:00 AMQuestion by: Jeffery Price on Jun 11, 2017 12:31:00 AMAll of our sword blades are connected to the pommel through the tang and end nut. Each blade has a threaded piece of metal called the tang that runs up through the center of the pommel. When the pommel is assembled the end nut then screws down on top of the tang the squeeze each individual piece of the pommel together holding them together and attaching the blade to the pommel.Answer by: Dan Greer (Admin) on Jun 14, 2017 3:17:00 PMInstead of the wkc ornamental coin, I would like to replace it with the army coin or dept of the army official seal? do not see that option being offered on the website.Question by: Allan P. Mason on Jan 27, 2018 4:24:00 PMWhy are there different lengths of NCO sabers? I am ordering one for a retiring NCO, how do I know the length to purchase?Question by: Stan Warrick on Mar 17, 2017 6:18:00 PMThe sizes are based off arm length. If you order too short, on a tall person the blade looks like a butter knife. If you order too long, the blade is likely to pop your cap off. It is ideal to be measured in person, as the blade lengths can vary due to the arm length of the individual. However, if you are unable to make it into the shop to be sized for a sword, then it is best to size based off height. Below is a list we use for "general sizing".
5'6"-5'7"= 28", 5'8"-5'9"= 29", 5'10"-5'11" = 30", 6'-6'1"= 31", 6'2"-6'3"=32", 6'4"-6'5"= 33", 6'6" & over= 34"Answer by: Hannah Aaron (Admin) on Mar 21, 2017 6:37:00 PMQuestion by: Brittany Lee on Jul 13, 2019 9:31:00 PMProduction typically depends on whether or not you choose to have the blade etched.
Without an etching, swords ship in 1-2 business days.
With an etching, this would ship in 2-4 business days.
Once shipped, this typically takes 2-4 business days within the continental US. Extended time is needed for Alaska or Hawaii as well as APO addresses.Answer by: Leah Cook (Admin) on Jul 15, 2019 11:33:00 AMI want to order a NCO Sword. I was wondering if I can have a diamond etched into the blade or if it can only be lettering? Thank you for any help you can giveQuestion by: Garry Kisko on Sep 20, 2018 7:01:00 AMWe are able to etch designs into the blade for the NCO sword, however, it is dependent upon the availability of art we have as to whether or not we can fulfill the etch requested. We do have a small diamond shape in our system that can be etched to the sword. I will be emailing you separately with an example of what we can offer you.Answer by: Samantha Habbert (Admin) on Sep 20, 2018 12:04:00 PM