This would be a fantastic original Civil War musket to display over the fireplace in a cabin where you'd like a genuine Civil War musket but would not want to put a high grade musket there. Here is the good part - even though a bit "weathered" a COMPLETE genuine Civil War musket at a whale-of-a good price.--$695.(less than a re-pro costs)--SOLD
Antique 1860's Civil War Swords-price drop Inherited in estate-described to me and I did some research. No paperwork. Have 2 similar good condition No paperwork. Have 2 similar good condition M1860's Field and Staff Officers swords with scabbards. One shown has a small mark by hilt of a...
maker marked too ! Though it probably missed action in Mexican War, & even early in the Civil War. Saber has a guard. Widmann is better known for his Marine Swords, and
During the American Civil War, close quarters forced the two armies to fight with swords & sabers. We have both functional and decorative Civil War blades. During the American Civil War, the Confederate and Union armies used rifles and muskets as one of their primary weapons for battle.
Feb 06, 2010 · Most, if not all, blades were imported from Germany, and some still carry marks from their German makers. Horstmann held government contracts for 1043 cavalry sabers, 1143 NCO swords, 270 musician swords, and 87 light artillery sabers, and is the only known maker of the M1840 Marine sword.
Jun 01, 2004 · A large number of Civil War-era swords brought excellent prices at a Julia auction in Maine. Top price was $86,250 for a custom-made sword presented to Brigadier General Henry Lawrence Eustis by his 10th Massachusetts Infantry.
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