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    ACRYLIC SWORD & SCABBARD STAND: This pair of acrylic sword & scabbard stands was designed to hold one sword and its scabbard. Each is 5 inches tall and designed with square edge groves to prevent the sword or scabbard from flipping over as often happens with similar stands with a rounded cut. They will accommodate swords of all sized from small bowie knives to cavalry sabers.  This design presents a very clean and crisp display that is attractive. $27.00

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    C233. CONFEDERATE SHORT ARTILLERY SWORD: Confederate Short Artillery sword are one of the most affordable Confederate swords on the market. They have such a neat look and are a lot of value for your dollar. This is a Confederate copy of the M1832 Short Artillery sword. 24-inches long with an 18 x 2-inch wide blade. The blade is in amazing condition with nice patina. It has period sharpening, which indicates it was carried, and a few small nicks. The brass hilt is tight and shows great casting flaws. The tang is untouched and original. Simply a great example! $1595.00

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    C280COLUMBUS, GEORGIA NAVAL IRON WORKS CUTLASS: This Confederate Naval Cutlass was made at the Columbus, Georgia Naval Iron Works. There are several known variations of knives/swords that were made at the Naval Iron Works.  The most common and well known of these is a cutlass that utilizes the identical blade and wooden grip pattern as shown here with an “S” shaped cross guard made of either brass or iron.  This is the iron guard version. There is some loose play in the guard, but the grip is tight and in near-mint condition. $2795.00

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    C293. CONFEDERATE NAVAL CUTLASS BY THOMAS GRISWOLD & CO., NEW ORLEANS: This is one of the rarest Confederate Naval Cutlass on the market. Its grip is a brass cast fish scales copy of the Ames M1841 Naval Cutlass, but with rolled over edges and no rivets, and a pommel cap with an eagle and shield. It is 27 inches long with a double-edged 21 1/2 inches blade by 1 3/4 inches wide at the guard. It is makers marked Thomas Griswold & Co. New Orleans. It is quite sturdy with no play at all, and is absolutely authentic. Currently, there is another known example for sale for over $4000.00; this is available for less. $3395.00

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    C314. CONFEDERATE DOG-RIVER M1840 NON-COMMISSION OFFICER (NCO) SWORD: This newly discovered sword surfaced in an estate sale in Michigan and is being featured for the first time. The sword is 37 inches long with a 30 1/2-inch blade. The brass hilt is comprised of four parts: the guard, the grip, the pommel cap and a top spinner nut, which screws to the tang to hold it all together. The casting on these parts is very crude and there are many flaws and filling marks on all parts. The blade is equally as crude! It is very wavy and uneven with filling marks the entire length of the blade and has a 27-inch unstopped fuller. When you run your fingers along the length of the blade your hand will go up and down due to its unevenness. The scabbard is exceptionally well made but has its flaws. The top mount has a glob of brass were the seam was brazed and you can see filing marks as will. The frog pin is crude and not as well definded as a Union sword and crudely brazed. The drag is equally as crude. The leather body was well made with cotton stitching, and under high magnification you can see tiny dimples running the entire length of the leather body.

    While at the Gettysburg show several well respected dealers of Confederate relics inspected this sword and agree it is Confederate made. Most likely an early production by Boyle & Gamble and limited in quantity due to the production cost. $5000.00

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    C315. SECOND MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY SABER ALTERED FOR CONFEDERATE CAVALRY: Virginia Manufactory sabers were originally produced from 1804 thru 1821.  The State of Virginia issued these to their State cavalry.  There were three models of this pattern saber: the first having a very large 40.5-inch blade, the second model had very similar blade but a peened “birds head” pommel and the third model was produced in 1808 and was made until 1821. The State of Virginia contracted with Ames of Chicopee, Massachusetts in 1860 for cavalry saber to be altered. The Ames company was to slim the blade and re-sheath them with an iron scabbard with brass mounts.

    This is a VirginiaManufactory second model saber converted by Ames. It is a beautiful piece with its curved blade and an Ames made scabbard. The grip is down to the wood with the smallest amount of original black leather, but 100% original single-strand copper wire. The handle is tight with a little wobble in the guard, and the pommel is undisturbed. The blade has an even brown patina and there are a few sword nicks on the blade. The Ames produced scabbard is minty with no damage at all.  There is no dings, bumps, or rust, and the brass scabbard mounts have a gorgeous patina. This is a 100% original untouched Civil War altered Virginia Manufactory Saber. $4600.00

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    C317. BOYLE & GAMBLE CAVALRY SABER: This is a Boyle & Gamble Cavalry Saber in near-mint condition. It is one of the best I have seen for sale in a long time. The scabbard is perfect, the blade is greats, and the grip and guard are in amazing condition.  It will be hard to find a better example. $5800.00

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    C319. CONFEDERATE – BOYLE & GAMBLE FOOT OFFICERS SWORD: Boyle & Gamble was a well-known supplier of military goods for the Confederacy to include edge weapons.  They produced a variety of different swords at various quality and price points to be sold not only by them, but by other Southern retailers such as Mitchell & Tyler. The swords retailed by Mitchell & Tyler, though made by Boyle & Gamble, had a distinct grip style and hilt, which was a higher quality then a standard B & G sword. This sword is a rare find because it is the style produced for Mitchell & Tyler, but is acid etched Boyle Gamble & Co. Richmond, VA. The blade also is etched with VICTORY or DEATH with a shield with the word HOPE. On the reverse side is etched CS. The blade is 30 inches long and very straight with several dark spot and surface pitting and the etching is visible without magnification. The hilt and pommel cap are tight and the original leather is 100% complete with three twist of original wire under the pommel cap. On the face is the guard is the number 1 and you can see great sand-casting flaws. If it had an original scabbard this sword would be worth near $10,000, so I am looking for one.  In the meantime, the sword is for sale. $5900.00

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    C329COLUMBUS, GEORGIA NAVAL IRON WORKS CUTLASS: This Confederate Naval Cutlass was made at the Columbus, Georgia Naval Iron Works. There are several known variations of knives/swords that were made at the Naval Iron Works.  The most common and well known of these is a cutlass that utilizes the identical blade and wooden grip pattern as shown here with an “S” shaped cross guard made of either brass or iron.  This is the iron guard version. There is some loose play in the guard, but the grip is tight and in great condition and the 18 inch blade has a blunted tip. $2295.00

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    C330. VERY RARE - "CS" MARKED CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHORT SWORDThis style Confederate short sword with the C S letters located on each end of the cross guard has been attributed to Leech & Rigdon, Memphis, Tennessee because the CS letters matched those on a number of their other products such as buckles and spurs.  The sword came out of a collection in Texas and is fresh to the market. Its 19” x 2” blade is in amazing condition with no dings or nicks, and shows great filling marks the entire length. The cast brass guard has a rich, aged mustard bronze patina with visible sand-casting flaws and fill marks. Currently, there is a relic example available for $3250, but this one is a much better example and available just a little more. $3600.00

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    BOWIES & D-GUARDS

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    C259. CONFEDERATE BOWIE - LOUISIANA SIDE KNIFEThis Confederate Bowie Side-knife was discovered in Louisiana and no doubt was made in New Orleans. From end to end the knife is 18 inches with a 11 1/4-inch spear point blade. The blade has never been cleaned and has great untouched patina. The original leather blade washer is complete and keeps the knife tight, and the solid wooded grip looks to be from a tool such as a file. The scabbard is leather covered wood with tin for the throat, drag and sides. You can see some leather lose, which exposes the wood, and you will notice the patina is perfect as well. Also, there is a Confederate flat button attached to the throat for use with a frog device. The sheath design was influenced by a designed common to French short swords, and since the knife was discovered in Louisiana, the French influence would be strong. Also, the throat and drag are held in place with period staples. The cross-guard is made of pewter and has a hair-line crack, but is strong. This is a rare find! $4500.00

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    C286. BRASS GUARD CLIP-POINT D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE: This brass guard clip-point D-Guard Bowie knife most likely is a naval with the brass guard. It is 18 inches long with a 14 1/4 inch blade. The blade is very thin with a pronounced clip point; has filing marks, a few small nicks, and was period sharpened. It has great looking patina, which can only come after 150 plus years of age. The oak wood grip appears to be a tool handle with a steel ferrule, and the guard is thin brass rolled at the edge. Looking at the area when the brass is penned to the wood, it is obvious the guard is original to the knife.  The brass also has traces of a black lacquered finish, not paint. This knife is well worth $1300.00, but is available at a discounted price. $895.00

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    C302. CONFEDERATE TRIPLE D-GUARD BOWIE: This is a rare example of a Confederate Triple D-Guard bowie knife. It is 24 inches long with a 19 inch clip-point blade. The edge and the tip of the blade are sharp with great even patina. The grip is made of two pieces of dark walnut with two steel pins and a brass ferrule. On the left side of the grip near the back are three hash marks (I I I), and there is some wood lose below those marks. The guard has three branches coming together at the base of the grip where pinned. $5695.00

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    C303. CONFEDERATE CLIP-POINT D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE: This Confederate D-Guard Bowie knife was acquired from one of the most respected authorities on Confederate artifacts from the state of Virginia. The knife is 16 inches long with a 12 inch clip-point blade and displays great casting flaws and file marks. The D-Guard appears to be from an early sword and has a three-pin wood slab grip. A small portion of the wood is missing making it possible to see the blade was not a sword blade. What makes this exceptionally special is the original brown pig-skin sheath. It is in outstanding condition and is fitted exactly to the blade. The guard has a slight forward tilt and the leather matched that design. $2795.00

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    C304. CONFEDERATE - MASSIVE D-GUARD BOWIE FIGHTING KNIFE: This Confederate D-Guard Bowie knife is amazing with its huge clip-point blade and the backward swept guard. This design is similar, but not exact, to a D-Guard from Clear Point Alabama. The knife has a Walnut grip pinned with a leather washer forward, and a 17 3/4-inch by 2-inch wide blade with a 6 1/2-inch clip-point. Overall length is just over 22 inches. The blade has great casting flaw, and several large chips of missing metal are due to poor forging. Great Southern steel! $2900.00

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    C322. CONFEDERATE D-GUARD SHORT NCO SWORD: This is a blacksmith made D-Guard short sword with great eye appeal. The style and length of the blade conforms to the size of a Sergeants sword, and is well made. The steel D-Guard is secured to the tang using a hex screw, which has kept the sword tight, and there a casting flaws and finishing marks on the guard. The six-inch grip is carved oak with stress creaks, but no breaks. The 23 3/4-inch blade is marked S & K and has a D C Anchor mark as well. There is a partial Confederate made scabbard, which has staple marks for the throat piece.  This is a great example of the length the South went to arm their soldiers.  Here is a Confederate D-guard sword at an extremely low price, and will looks great is Confederate D-Guard or sword collection.  $975.00

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    C323. CONFEDERATE - MASSIVE D-GUARD BOWIE FIGHTING KNIFE:  This is an outstanding original Confederate D-Guard Bowie knife and with the size of the guard in may be a Naval Bowie. This knifes was acquired from a 35+ year old collection and is being offered for the first time. It measures 19 1/2 inches with a 15-inch blade. The original Confederate owned has his name on the side of the wood grip, which looks like Wall. The cupped iron guard and steel scabbard have matching patina. Notice the scabbard had a steel band with one ring, it is very well balance. The blade is excellent and has great casting flaws and finishing marks. The condition is amazing and near mint in condition. $6750.00

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    C325. CONFEDERATE - CLIP POINT BOWIE KNIFE & ORIGINAL SHEATH: This outstanding, high-quality Confederate clip point bowie knife is complete with the original leather sheath. The knife measures 17 inches with a 11 1/2-inch blade. The dark walnut grip is a distinct shape and is pinned tight with a brass spinner screw. It has a brass ferrule and a thin brass guard. The blade has great casting flaws and shows period sharpening. The black leather sheath has cotton stitching and is strong, but missing the belt loops. The bottom is slightly separated at the top3 1/2 inches and the tip area is worn opened a little. Overall, this is a rarefind and fresh to the collector community. $5500.00

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    C327. CONFEDERATE BLACKSMITH MADE SPEAR-POINT FIGHTING KNIFE: This Confederate Blacksmith made spear-point bowie is a newly discovered knife. It is 13-inches long with a 9-inch blade that is almost 2 1/2 inches wide. The walnut slab grip is solid with two pins. The steal guard is tight and the large blade shows great casting flaws. The original leather sheath perfectly fits the blade. Overall, a great example of a blacksmith made Confederate fighting knife. $2295.00

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    C295. CONFEDERATE SPEAR-POINT FIGHTING KNIFE: This Confederate spear-point fighting knife showed up here in Arizona at a small gun show. When I discovered it, I looked at it for a long time. The sheath screamed Virginia or North Carolina as well as the blade, but the grip and guard were neither.  I put it under high magnification and conclude the blade and sheath were Confederate and original, but the grip and guard are a more modern replacement, though well done. I kept putting it down and picking it up because the sheath is a killer example. It alone is worth the money. I was told by another dealer who looked at it, it was still worth $1200.00, but I cannot bring myself to sell it at that price.  If you always wanted a Confederate knife but could not afford the cost, here is an opportunity. The sheath alone makes this a deal.  $650.00

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    C326. CONFEDERATE - MASSIVE D-GUARD BOWIE: This spear-point Confederate D-Guard Bowie knife is remarkable! It is 19 3/4-inches with a 14 1/2-inch blade that is about 2 inches wide at its base. The blade displays great casting flaw, has a rich deep brown patina, and period sharpened. The large D-guard is tight and pinned firmly to the walnut grip. The grip is very large and tight. This knife has characteristics similar to knives from North Carolina and Georgia. $2100.00

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