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Item #: G4920
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Nice unmarked Confederate Cavalry sabre often called the Kennansville /Boyle & Gamble style. The reason for this is that the scabbard is the one encountered on the classic Kennansvile along with the rounded top spine on the blade. The guard and pommel cap is of the type associated with the Boyle & Gamble cavalry swords. The scabbard retains much of it's original maroon arsenal paint with several dents in the scabbard. The blade is nice with several flaws often seen on Confederate cavalry sabers. The guard and pommel have a nice mustard patina with a roman numeral on the edge of the guard. The grips have a single strand wire wrap with about 65% of the original leather remaining.

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