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Kenansville Cavalry Saber : Auction-danwilliams-1993

Auction Information


Inventory Number 6279392355
Seller danielw (0)
Seller's Location Morehead City, NC
Home Page www.whitneyrevolver.com
Shipping Weight 8 lbs
Packing and Materials $35.00
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ESTIMATED RETAIL VALUE: $5,700.00

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Auction Description

Kenansville Cavalry Saber
This saber was manufactured at the Confederate States Armory in Kenansville, North Carolina. The armory was owned and operated by Louis Froelich.
The sword and scabbard are marked with the Roman numeral VII, assuring that the scabbard is original to the sword. The sword’s leather grip wrap and copper wire wrap are in excellent, original condition. The sword’s pommel has a casting flaw, which is common for these swords. The blade length is 35 inches. The grip and guard remain tight.
The sword is sheathed in its original scabbard. The scabbard has several dents at the top and bottom. These were most likely anti-rattle dents that were purposely made by the soldier using the saber. The scabbard is solid and original, with brass mountings and with a distinct overlapping seam.
This saber has been in my collection for 25 years. It is an excellent example of a Kenansville Cavalry Saber that would look great in any collection.

I will offer a 3-day inspection with full sales price refund minus all shipping charges when returned in same condition as shipped.
Payment MUST be in either a bank Cashiers Check or Money Order ONLY. Payment must be received within ten-days of any finalized deal or ended auction.

No international shipping. Please e-mail with any questions.

You can email me directly at danwilliams@ec.rr.com

















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Specific Rules posted by danielw

Purchase
Please email at danwilliams@ec.rr.com or call us at 1-252-241-3211 to find out if the item you are interested in is available. Once we agree the item is available, we will hold the item 5 business days awaiting payment. If payment is not received in 5 business days the item will be returned to stock immediately. All guns are sold as Antiques or Curios, with no guarantees, warranties, or liabilities for any actual usage. If any firearms are to be used for shooting purposes, a qualified gunsmith should inspect them first.

We accept:

United States Postal Money Orders

Cashier Checks

Personal Checks and shipping will follow in 10 business days

Shipping
Shipping will be by the least expensive method, but in MOST cases (in the USA), any handgun must go Priority Mail (approx $35 depending on value). I do NOT ship any weapons to New York City, the states of New Jersey, Hawaii, or Washington D.C. due to the gun laws in those jurisdictions, so PLEASE know your state and local laws regarding antique weapons.

Shipping
Rifle: $45.00
Hand Gun: $35.00
Sword: $35.00

International Sales
We do not Ship outside U.S.

Return Policy
We give a one day inspection period. We must receive the merchandise back in the same condition as we shipped it to qualify to receive a refund. We refund the purchase price of the merchandise only. No refunds on shipping costs. There is 10% restock on Merchandise. There will be no refund on any item(s) not returned to me.

All offers considered.