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    Kraft, Goldschmidt & Kraft Confederate Staff Officer's Sword. A remarkable Confederate staff officer's sword manufactured by Kraft Goldschmidt and Kraft, Columbia, South Carolina. The magnificent "CS" ornately cast hilt retains 90% of its gilt with original leather and wire.

    A wonderful sword with an untouched, deeply etched blade and original black japanned scabbard, retaining 90% of the original painted finish. This sword is among the top KG&K's in existence, extremely rare and in untouched condition. Only one other KG&K is known to exist of this quality. An extremely rare sword in mint condition.

    Provenance: Tharpe Collection

    Authentication: Steve Hess




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    Auction Dates
    December, 2006
    1st-2nd Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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