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IMPORTED CAVALRY SABER. 35" blade is unmarked. Leather grip with brass wire, iron scabbard with two pins holding throat. Typical import Civil War-era Cavalry...
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IMPORTED CAVALRY SABER. 35" blade is unmarked.
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