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    Georgia Confederate Pike.

    Georgia Confederate Pike. Pikes like this unmarked example are believed to have been manufactured in the Macon, Georgia area. Several marked examples exist from various manufacturers in and around Macon including Stevens, McElroy & Griswold. These pikes were often utilized as a lance but could be used to cut the bridles of opposing cavalry. They also could be utilized as guidon or flag poles, and was considered a "last stance weapon". This example measures 52" long overall with the blade measuring 8". In overall fine condition having some typical wear. A rare Confederate weapon.
    From the Collection of Don Limpert


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    June, 2020
    7th Sunday
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