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CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER, WOOD SCABBARD
© JAMES D. JULIA, Inc., Fairfield, Maine, USA

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER, WOOD SCABBARD VARIETY. This sword is thought to be a product of either Kraft, Goldschmidt & Kraft (KG & K) of Columbia, SC or...


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