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    Classic Civil War Confederate Cavalry Saber Possibly The Product Of Louis Haiman, Columbus Georgia. Unmarked curved blade with single wide unstopped fuller. Hilt characteristic of swords by this firm and stamped with large numeral 141 on right side of pommel cap and on back of front guard quillon. Although nicely done we believe the grip has been rerwrapped, including the single strand iron wire. Leather washer also replaced. Original steel scabbard missing the throat, or possibly fabricated without one. Brass ring mounts with iron carrying rings. Prominent lap seam on the back edge of the scabbard. Scabbard overall very good with dark age patina and some minor scattered dents, along with a few scattered areas of light pitting. Very nice representative example of a Confederate made and used enlisted cavalry saber.

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    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
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