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To my knowledge there are only a few known examples of these southern made swords. I have been told that there are a product of the Mobile, Alabama depot. I know of one example that has a Charleston, South Carolina retailers mark and S. Carolina. The only markings visible on this particular short sword are the Roman numerals XXVII on the cross guard. I purchased this from a picker who told me that it was found in the attic of an old house in Norfolk, Virgina. It is in fine condition with a nice patina on the brass and retains a mottled gray appearance on the blade. The blade has been sharpened by some misguided individual before I purchased it. The overall length is 25 inches with a 20-inch blade.
Shipping Weight: 12 lbs
Item # df147

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