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Fort Steadman Surrendered Confederate CSA In Ribbon Confederate State Armory Staff & Field Sword

Here is a very rare Civil War CSA In Ribbon Confederate State Armory Staff & Field Officers Sword with only 18 known examples to date . This sword is the example that was published on pages 326-327 in Confederate Presentation & Inscribed Swords and Revolvers By Daniel D. Hartzler. This was one of Donald R. Tharpe"s prize swords in his well know Confederate sword collection . Barely legible painted on scabbard it reads " Taken from a first Lt. 40th North Carolina Regiment CSA at Fort Steadam in front of Petersburg Fedruary 1865. The sword is a all original and would be a wonderful addition to any serious Civil War Sword Collectors collection. Feel free to give me a call to discuss further for all the little details about this sword.  " A True Investment Quality Sword"  

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $33,500.00 USD

Fantastic Civil War US Intantry Officers Hardee Hat w/Paris Lable

Here is a fantastic condition Civil War officers Hardee Hat complete with all original insignia's . This fine Civil War officers hat is complete in everyway just replaced the missing the black ostrich feather plum that went on the left side of this hat . You can see that it was present at one time . This was a missing black ostrich feather that I replaced with a period example. The pictures show it both ways  . This is truely a fine example and was purchased freash out of  a Pa. families estate just month's ago. Look closely at the pictures as they show this fine hat well . These hats are about impossible to find on todays market in this fine condition . Leather hat liner does have some light stains just to show it was worn but also show great condition .. A great hat . The liner is marked nicely with a Paris mfg. as this is one of the finest for quality you could hope to buy during the Civil War years . Some of the finest officers hats for the civil war were made in Paris .  SOLD

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