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SHARP & HAMILTON CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER. 35" partially stopped fuller Cavalry blade. This is a rarely found maker-marked "Sharp & Hamilton, Nashville,...
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CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER MADE BY JAMES CONNING,
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CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER MADE BY MEMPHIS
NOVELTY WORKS. 34-1/2" blade with unstopped fuller. Quillion of hilt is stamped in three lines, "Memphis, Novelty Works, Thos. Leech & Co". Grip is oilcloth covered with copper ... [more like this]
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