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Confederate Short Artillery Sword. Copy of the US model 1833 short artillery sword. Maker unknown. 18 1/2 inch blade with single fuller. Most of the original tool marks are visible with scattered stains, pin-prick pitting and a couple of minor edge knicks. Solid cast hilt with fish scale grip left as cast. Hilt appears to have been gilt at some point. Fine example in great condition. 

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Outstanding Confederate Palmetto Armory Cavalry Saber. One of the best you will ever see for condition. 100% original wire and leather grip. Flawless brass guard with inspector's mark 'W.R.' Part of the thin fragile leather blade washer remains. Above average 'Columbia S.C' marking with a mysterious ghost stamping of the letter 'G' visible under the 'C' of 'S.C'.

36 inch bright blade with original cross polish marks visible. Light patina staining throughout blade length, a tad heavier toward the tip. Correct original scabbard is in mint condition with no dings or rust.


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Exceptional Confederate Kenansville NC Cavalry Saber as produced by Louis Froelich's firm the Confederate States Armory of Kenansville, NC. It is complete and original in every regard with matching roman numerals on scabbard and hilt. It is the nicest sword of this pattern that we've ever offered and would be just about impossible to upgrade.

35 inch bright almost mint blade with scattered patina staining. Original leather blade washer is present. Hilt is nice and tight and has a wonderful red copper patina. Roman numerals XXIIII appear on the quilon. Outstanding leather grip wrapped with fine triple strand wire. Brass mounted iron scabbard retains about 80-90% of its original brown lacquer paint. Matching roman numerals appear on throat.

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Confederate Columbus Naval Cutlass. Believed to be a product of the Confederate Naval works at Columbus, Georgia.

All features consistent and typical of this pattern. Carved wood handle with brass cross guard.

23 1/2 inches overall, 18 inch wasp waisted blade is smooth with a thin brown patina. Original tooling and cross polishing visible. Handle is securely fastened with no play. Wood is excellent with only minor scuffs. One of the best examples I've had.

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Excellent Confederate B. Douglas S.C. Cavalry Saber. Complete and original in every regard. These distinctive sabers are believed to be products of the B. Douglas firm of Columbia, S.C. by virtue of a couple of maker marked examples. All feature the artillery style pommel and distinctive shape of the drag.

34 3/4 inch blade with unstopped fuller is smooth grey metal throughout. Minor forging flaws and tool marks are visible. Brass hilt is complete with original leather wrap and twisted wire and has no play.

Scabbard has numerous dings and dents confined mostly to the lower half. Evidence of lead solder and brazing performed during its manufacture can be plainly seen.

Fine example not encountered very often this nice and complete.

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