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Outstanding Haiman Cavalry Sabre with possible Naval use
Item #: g4007
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This sword is one of the most interesting swords I have looked at in a long time. It is one of the nicest condition Haimans I have ever viewed. The most interesting aspect of this sword is the scabbard that is wrapped in a coarse black twine. I have been told that this was done for Naval use. After thinking about it for a while it begins to make sense. This style of sword is attributed to Louis Haiman of Columbus, Georgia and Columbus had a large Confederate Naval Depot. This could easily explain why the sword is wrapped in the black twine. I have seen a Confederate Naval Cutlass wrapped similar. The sword is in beautiful condition only missing one of the hanger rings.

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