A Japanese Divine Wind “Kamikazi” headband, WWII era, staining, signed but indecipherable, this is from a collection of Japanese WWII relics that included a propeller blade from a Japanese Zero as well as instruments from aircraft, numerous meatball flags and some patches.
U.S. Naval Officers Sword Model 1852 with Belt, Buckle and Portapee
U.S. Naval Officers Sword Model 1852 with belt, buckle and portapee. Total length is about 36.75″, blade about 31″ long and .75″ wide. The blade is engraved Army & Navy Cooperative Phila PA, it is stamped “Proved” on the other side. It is in very good condition, has the original belt and scabbard. I believe this is a Spanish American War era sword, it is personalized with the name George A. Wilcox on the blade.