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Very Nice Example Of A CS Fayettville Armory Socket Bayonet-Fayettville Armory Recieved Machinery From The English Firm Greenwood & Batley-This Bayonet Has A 3" Socket And A 19 7/8" Blade-The Bore Diameter Is .897 Only Slightly Larger Than The Nominal .889 Listed In Robert Riley's American Socket Bayonets and Scabbards As Item #B116



Very Cool C.S. "Dog River" Artillery Short Sword-The Maker Of The Sword Is Unknown-Hallow Cast Grip And Unmistakable Confederate Characteristics Like The Blade And Unfilled Quillon


M1877 Colt "Thunderer" DA 41-The First Double Action Revolver Made By Colt-Colt Produced These Revolvers In Three Calibers .41 LC, .38 LC, and .32 LC-Roughly 166,000 Were Produced Between 1877 To 1909

FS12 Seldom Seen U.S. M1860 Cavalry Saber Made By Ames Mfg. Co. Dated 1859 and is 1 of 5000-These Are Believed To Have Been Sent South Prior To The War-Pomme is Stamped WAT andJH-Blade Is Marked Ames Mfg. Co. Chicopee, Mass and Obverse US/JH/1859 SOLD