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Authentic Confederate Manufactured or Used Swords and Firearms of the Civil War
Edged Weapons
Original Kenansville Pattern Confederate Cavalry Saber With Roman Numerals
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This is a cool attic looking original Confederate cavalry saber! This is the very distinctive pattern that was made by the Confederate States Armory at Kenansville, North Carolina. This is the firm that was owned by Lewis Froehlich. His farm was one of the largest and best quality manufacturers of Confederate cavalry sabers during the Civil War. This pattern is illustrated on page #45 of the Photographic Supplement to Albaugh's book on Confederate Swords. . It has a great ancient look all over. The blade is 33-1/2 inches in length and has a cool untouched patina with the pitting towards the tip. The guard and the pommel cap are what make a Kenansville sword stand out from the rest. They have the large smooth sides pommel cap and the guard has the point to the top of the guard. As you can see the side of the guard has the Roman numerals "XX" carved into the brass. When these swords were produced at the Armory they manufactured small batches. Each sword would be hand fitted to match the scabbard. On the handle of the sword it has the original wooden grip intact with a very pleasing well worn look. The wooden core of the grip is present with some traces of the original leather and it has a small section of the single strand brass wire that at one time would have held the leather in place. The scabbard of the sword is missing in action. This is a very attractive Confederate made enlisted man's cavalry saber from the famous Kenansville manufacturer.

Item #: C287
Shipping Weight: 20 lbs
Your Price:$2,150.00 USD
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