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Z1216     Excavated Model 1816 Friction Bayonet

Description: Here is a very well preserved Model 1816 friction bayonet. This one has your typical T mortis where the front sight would lock into. There is a flute on the bottom of the blade that measures almost 9" in length. The blade is slightly wavy towards the end and it's been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 18.5"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $95.00

Z1263     Excavated Digging / Entrenching Tool Fashioned from an Austrian Lorenz Bayonet

Description: Here is an early excavated digging or entrenching tool from the Antietam region. This one is fashioned out of an Austrian Lorenz bayonet. The front of the socket is bent in a little and may have been why this piece was discarded. This could have been manufactured during the war or possibly after.

Measures: 3" x 9'

Recovered: Antietam Region

Price: $195.00

Z1259     Federal Model 1860 Cavalry Saber by Mansfield & Lamb of Forestdale, Rhode Island (Dated 1862)

Description: Here is a very nice item that recently came of an older collection. This is a very nice Model 1860 Cavalry saber. The only issue with this one is that the wire wrap is missing from the leather handle. The blade and scabbard have a pleasing patina! This one has a desirable early war date and is priced to move!

Ricasso Marking: "MANSFIELD / & / LAMB / FORESTDALE RI", and "US / (inspector) / 1862"

Blade Length: 35"

Price: $675.00

Z1146     .58 Socket Bayonet for Model 1855, 61, and 63 Muskets with Leather Scabbard

Description: Here is a nice bayonet and scabbard combination. The socket bayonet is lightly marked US. The metal Has a pleasing brown patina along the entire length of the blade. The socket end still has some brightness to it and some tape residue from where a tag was at one time. The locking ring moves freely and is in great shape. The scabbard has 8 rivets holding it together. This is known as the 1861 type III and they were introduced in 1862. The scabbard is intact and the belt loop is pliable. There is some crazing throughout the scabbard along it's length. The scabbard tip is intact and the stitching along the back is strong. The leather is a little weak where the loop attaches to the scabbard as is common. There are a few small tears to the leather around the top rivet on the belt loop. This would make an excellent addition to any Civil War collection.

Measures 23" in length.

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $275.00


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