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    U569. EMERSON & SILVER M1850 MOUNTED INFANTRY FOOT OFFICER’S SWORDS: This is a M1850 Foot Officer’s sword with a metal scabbard making it a Mounted Infantry Officer’s version. The hilt has much of the original gold wash; 100% original shark skin and a fancy pommel cap. The blade on this sword is mint with outstanding etching! The scabbard is complete with all original mounts and has a gray patina. $2000.00 SALE PRICE $1800.00

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    F117.   CONFEDERATE - CONVERSION MUSKET This is an outstanding example of a Confederate converted musket. The lock, bolster are very unique and not of a Northern design. In fact, when you remove the barrel and the lock you will find the Confederate arsenal assembly marks on several parts on the wood under the lock; on the underside of the barrel; and on three of the internal lock parts.  This was a common practice associated with many Confederate repaired and altered musket.  The ram-rod has a cork screw twist that is often seen in other Confederate muskets. $1800.00

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    F120.  PLYMOUTH RIFLE: This is a Plymouth Rifle produced by Whitney and dated 1864. The rifle is complete with its original rear site, ram-rod, and all factory parts. The metal has an even brown patina; never been cleaned, and the stock has no issues. The sling swivels are present, but the front is frozen. The lock works in both half & full cock, and the plate is dated 1864, and the US and Whitneyville marks are faint; however, I do not see an eagle stamp and am not sure if one was ever there. The tang on the barrel has the serial number 9989, and there is still good rifling. This rifle was designed with a rifle lug for either a saber bayonet or the Dahlgren Bowie bayonet. $1700.00 SALE PRICE $1395.00

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