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This a scarce, untouched example of an Austrian Model 1807 Socket Saber Bayonet for the&nb..
This is a scare example of a Confederate Imported British Pattern 1856 Type II Saber Bayonet. T..
In 1841 the US Ordnance Department decided to have 500 percussion “Cadet Muskets” manufactured for u..
IIn 1841 the US Ordnance Department decided to have 500 percussion “Cadet Muskets” manufactured for ..
Few Civil War period artifacts offer more allure than those that can be identified to the person (or..
This is really nice example of a rather scarce US socket bayonet. The US Model 1851 Cadet Musket Soc..
There is probably no more iconic Civil War image than that of the young Confederate soldier, heading..
Louis B. Froelich was born in Bavaria in 1817. Little is known about his early life, but based upon ..
I’m not exactly sure which pattern of US brass handled saber bayonet this one is, as it is unmarked,..
For collectors of swords from the American Civil War, few are more desirable than those Confederate ..
This is a very nice example of a French (or potentially Belgian) Cadet Socket Bayonet that essential..
The genesis of what would become the US Model 1855 Saber Bayonet began sometime in 1854, when the US..