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Authentic Confederate Manufactured or Used Swords and Firearms of the Civil War
Edged Weapons
Marshall Style Confederate Straight Blade Cavalry Saber
Item #: A3313
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Here is a cool piece! It is an original Confederate cavalry saber. This is the classic style that is attributed as being made by the firm of Kraft, Goldschmidt & Kraft of Columbia, South Carolina. They are often referred to as being a "Marshall" cavalry. Early on they believed that they were made by Marshall of Georgia. This pattern of sword is illustrated on page 107 of Shannon's Pritchard's book on Collecting the Confederacy. They are very distinctive even though they are completely unmarked. This one has the very long 30 inch blade that is almost completely straight. This one appears to be full-length but they are usually longer. The handle on the sword has a very pleasing look. It has the classic smooth front side of the guard with the flowing hand guard branches. The handle of the sword still retains it original wooden core after all of the years of being exposed to the elements after the battle but the leather and brass wire has been expertly restored. The original pommel cap is present on the handle and it has a rich patina. You can see the casting bubbles in the brass where it was made in a sand mold. This is a great relic Confederate cavalry saber that displays beautifully.

Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
$1,950.00 USD

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