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Bullet struck James Conning Cavalry Saber
Item #: df362
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Very example of a James Conning Mobile, Alabama that appears to have been struck with a pistol bullet. The unstopped fullered blade is sharply marked James Conning over Mobile and appears to be free from any nicks and shows evidence of having been sharpened. Typical Conning cavalry scabbard with a dark patina and with the usual soldered iron mounts typically found on Conning's steel scabbards. The brass guard and pommel cap have a nice mellow patina that appears to never been cleaned. The pommel cap is serialed numbered 87 and shows evidence of having been struck with some sort of projectile quite possibly a pistol bullet. The leather grips are intact and retain the original twisted brass wire wrap. A very fine Confederate Cavalry saber worthy of the finest collections.
Shipping Weight: 12 lbs
Item # df362

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