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Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy

Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy
Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy

Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy    Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy

Here we have an old Civil War Short Sword" London" stamped blade. England was a primary supplier to the Confederacy.

This sword measures 28 inches overall length. The blade has a plumb colored patina, showing rust, pitting and battle Knicks to blade edge. The blade is stamped LONDON.

The wooden slabs are sturdy and tight. The blade is still relatively sharp. This one came out of an old Pennsylvania estate. This was a quick and effective weapon to supply the South.

It has a good balance for weilding, curved blade for quick extraction. The item "Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy" is in sale since Thursday, September 2, 2021.

This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Edged Weapons". The seller is "autoscotto" and is located in New London, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.


Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy    Civil War Short Sword London stamped blade supplier to Confederacy