Marlow White's Premium Navy Officer Sword and Scabbard is the finest Navy sword available. Marlow White and the United States Naval Academy developed this sword jointly.
The specifications for the PREMIUM sword exceed the specifications for the standard Navy Officer Sword.
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- Please Note: The metal work on the sword belt will scratch the scabbard mouth the first time this sword is worn. There is no way to prevent this given the manner in which the sword is hung on the belt.
- Sword Knot Video: How to tie the sword knot.
Please see the Details tab to view the sword's specifications.
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- Stainless-steel blade with one groove on each side
- Acid-etched with the USN pattern, so deep one can feel it with a fingernail
- 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.
- Scabbard: Stainless steel tube covered with genuine calf leather
- Fittings: Brass, 24-carat gold-plated
- Cast brass with "USN"
- 24-carat gold-plated
- Ivory-colored plastic grip with imitation sting-ray skin surface
- More ornate gold-plated wire around the grip
- Cast brass
- 24-carat gold-plated
- The Marlow White Difference
- Product Questions
Product QuestionsWhat is the optional Ray Skin grip on the Premium Navy Officer Sword? How does it compare with the standard MW Navy Officer Sword? Thank you.Question by: John Brosnan on Jan 7, 2019 4:06:00 PMThe optional Ray Skin grip is only available for the Premium Navy Officer sword. The grip is wrapped in Sting Ray skin. This is done for historical purposes when bleached Ray Skin or Shark skin was wrapped arund the grips of the Naval Officer swords to provider a more secure grip when handeling the sword.
The Pemium Navy Officer sword compared to the Standard Navy Officer sword is 70% larger than the Standard. The sword guard and grip are larger and the blade is wider and thicker. The acid etch and overall design of each sword however is the same.
Answer by: Hannah Aaron (Admin) on Jan 9, 2019 8:41:00 AMQuestion by: Sandy Gross on Feb 16, 2019 4:54:00 PMPlease visit our "How-to" page at the link below for steps in selecting the appropriate size.
https://www.marlowwhite.com/military-sword-information/m-measuring-sword-length.htmlAnswer by: Leah Cook (Admin) on Feb 18, 2019 3:31:00 PMWhat does the plaque upgrade look like and how does one determine the length of sword needed...My son is about 6 ft 1" or 2". Is it customary only to have the individuals name engraved or can you include his rank ?Question by: Bruce Patterson on Feb 11, 2017 6:14:00 PMHello, here is a link to the sword plaque page. http://www.marlowwhite.com/sword-plaque These are very nice, hand made plaques. We recommend that only the name be etched on the sword, unless it is upon retirement. Here is a link to help with proper sizing. http://www.marlowwhite.com/military-sword-information/m-measuring-sword-length.html Feel free to reach out with any other questions!Answer by: Dan Greer (Admin) on Feb 15, 2017 5:35:00 PM