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- Included: Protective cloth bag, free ground shipping
- Army Officer Saber Package (saber and necessary accessories)
- Army Officer Gold-Blue Presentation Saber
- 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.
- Sword Quantity Discounts
- Guard: Nickel-plated brass, then embossed to avoid pits
- End Cap: Nickel-plated brass
- High-carbon steel, tempered to 48-52 HRC Rockwell to resist abrasion, yet remain flexible
- Acid-etched, so deep one can feel it with a fingernail
- Made of 1 mm thick steel tube
- The Marlow White Difference
- Product Questions
Product QuestionsHow/ long is the cord? Is the knot the same size as the Navy sword knot? Is this the only sword knot authorized for an Army Sabre/sword?Question by: Robert DeuPree on Jul 11, 2017 10:50:00 PMThe cording for the Army saber knot is about 14” long. The knot itself is 3” long. Whereas the cording on the USN Gold Knot is 12” long, and the knot, 3 ½ “.
These knots are made from different materials as well.
The Army Saber knots is the only authorized knot for the Army Saber. You may choose between a black leather or leatherette knot -- or the brown leather knot.
Answer by: Hannah Aaron (Admin) on Jul 13, 2017 11:43:00 AMQuestion by: Zach Baugher on Sep 24, 2018 7:00:00 PMThe Army saber has the traditional etch design dating back to 1902. The Warrant Officer saber is a commemorative piece celebrating the Warrant Officer Corps' 100th anniversary. Its etch design includes the words "Army Warrant Officer Corps Centennial 1918-2018". In addition, it contains aspects of the Warrant Officer Corps including branch insignia and the Rising Eagle crest. You can see the etch up close by clicking the blade images on this page: https://www.marlowwhite.com/army-wo-saber-and-scabbardAnswer by: James Hogwood (Admin) on Sep 25, 2018 2:28:00 PMQuestion by: Steve on Feb 5, 2019 4:01:00 PMMeasuring yourself for a sword or saber is the best way to confirm the proper blade size as it's dependent upon your height and your arm length. Here is a link to our website describing in detail how to measure yourself for the correct sword length. https://www.marlowwhite.com/military-sword-information/m-measuring-sword-length.html Please let us know if you need any additional assistance or have any questions.Answer by: Rachel Berry (Admin) on Feb 6, 2019 9:29:00 AMI have my grandfather's US Army officers ceremonial dress sword and scabard. The encased blade shines as If it was just polished yesterday. What is that metal composed of?
However, my other question is about the scabbed and other exposed parts of the sword . I don't know what that metal is either and would like to polish it but don't know what to use . My search for answers led me to your website.
With Many Thanks , E,M.Question by: edmund monell on Oct 29, 2018 9:41:00 PMNo answers yet. Be the first to answer the question!Why 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 PMFor an active duty Army Officer saber, do you recommend historical or rotational placement for etching?Can the U.S. Army Officer Ceremonial Belt (MI) be worn with the Blue ASU with award ribbons or are medals worn with ceremonial belt?Question by: Scott McDeed on Jan 9, 2017 2:29:00 PMSir, all awards; ribbons, miniatures, and the full-size medals are authorized to wear with the ceremonial belt. The Old Guard typically wears the full-size medals. Wearing full-size medals on your ASU is as formal as you can get when wearing the service uniform.
We suggest ribbons be worn with the ceremonial belt if you are in a group formation. As both the miniature and the full-size medals are costly.Answer by: Hannah Aaron (Admin) on Jan 16, 2017 3:43:00 PMAre the number of characters on the officer sword limited to 19 characters? Is there a way to extend it to 30 like the NCOs?Question by: Patty on Jan 30, 2017 1:44:00 PM