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Confederate Georgia Pike As Shortened by Bannerman's Military Surplus house late in the 19th century to a length of 41 inches with a 12 inch blade.

Iron straps with a lot of the original japaned finish. Blade is just about mint exhibiting original tool marks, forging flaws and maker's cartouche "T" in a circle stamped in ricasso. 

Although cut down this example is very collectible, in high condition and easy to display and enjoy.



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English Pattern 1859 Naval Cutlass Pattern Imported by Confederacy and documented in 'The English Connection' by Corky Huey and Russ Pritchard, Jr. This was used with the Pattern 1858 naval short rifle, 1000 of which were ordered by James D. Bulloch for the Confederate Navy with cutlass bayonets. 

26 3/4 inch blade bears the knight's head trademark of Weyersburg, and Solingen. No other marks were found on this example.

Blade is bright with scattered stains. Complete with iron mounted scabbard.


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North Carolina Model 1833 Dragoon Saber. This is a fine condition 1833 Ames Dragoon saber surcharged to the State of North Carolina. Scabbard on this sword retains most of its original brown  finish mixing with patina. The “N. Carolina” marking in drag is crisp as is the inspector and “NC” stamped in quillon. State of North Carolina dragoon sabers are scarce. This specimen retains its original protective washer and is maker marked “NP Ames, Cuttler, Springfield, 1837”.

Blade is gray/bright with areas patina staining, especially near tip. Blade is cleaned but etched patterns of United States and makers mark are fully discernible.  Grip retains 100% original leather and wire. Leather grip surface still retains much of its original shine and finish though cracking. Scabbard is fine overall with a few small dents.


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This fine example surfaced in 1967 in Charleston, S.C. and the original sticker price of $200 is still attached to blade.

18 1/2 inch blade is smooth with a grey patina. Slight irregularities on cutting edge. Copper hilt has a tiny amount of play. CS in each cross guard is well defined for this pattern. 


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Confederate Texas Clip-Point D-Guard Bowie Knife. This knife was brought to the Texas Gun Collector's Association in Texas by a picker a few weeks ago. It was discovered in an antique mall in the greater Fort Worth area. It is very well made with a saber ground blade and a d-guard that is fashioned in a manner suggesting Mexican or Spanish influence.

18 inches overall with 13 inch clip-point blade with a 3 1/2 inch false edge. Untouched patina metal. Wood grip is sound with some minor fractures.


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