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Authentic Confederate Manufactured or Used Swords and Firearms of the Civil War
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Very Interesting Straight Blade Cavalry Saber Attributed to K.G. & K.
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Here is an interesting sword and the first of it's kind that I have ever been able to offer. This is a Confederate cavalry saber and is a style attributed to the Kraft, Goldschmidt & Kraft Company in Columbia, South Carolina. This exact sword pictured & described from Don Ball collection on page 148 (plate 195) of Don Furr’s 1999 text "American Swords & Maker’s Marks". It is shown with same scabbard with a sword hook attached to top mount. But since the time of publication it has had the grip as well as the blade tip restored. It has the 31 inch unstopped fuller blade which is purely Confederate in manufacture. The sword is designed with a 3-branched flat brass hand guard that uses a brass ferrule. One interesting thing about this sword is that the handle as shown in the book was designed with a fancy triple wire that was sprung and has been restored. In the book, Furr explains that hilt "looks much like a Marshall hilt but is smaller in size" This hilt is seen on Atlanta made swords by Hammond Marshall & this fancy grip wrap is seen on a few swords by Nashville Plow Works. It is always difficult to positively ID makers on Confederate swords unless they are marked. Regardless, this is honest survivor that saw service. The sword is accompanied by an original leather and brass scabbard. The drag of the scabbard has been replaced. This is a cool looking sword of a very rare version.

Item #: B8931
Shipping Weight: 18 lbs
Price Was: 3950 Sale Price: $3,250.00 USD
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