This CA.1810 American junior or non-commissioned officer's eagle pommel sword is mounted with a plain 28" blade. The so-called weeping eagle head pommel may indicate manufacture by a Birmingham maker, perhaps Pemberton or Cooper, made for resale by the prolific importer William Ketland & Co. Prominent median ridge on the back of the pommel is another Ketland-related feature. Leather sword belt has period stitching of the straps, attaching them to the body of the belt. Leather is somewhat dry, but overall strong. The buckle is a simple tin loop. An excellent, honest War of 1812 sword!