CONFEDERATE “BRIDLE CUTTER” PIKE BLADE

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Item Code: 819-81

These rare hand-forged spears were made by the Confederacy during the early days of the Civil War. Unique “bridle cutter” pattern features a 3 ½” hook that comes off the side. This was designed so the soldier on the ground could hook and cut off the bridle of the horse. Blade is flat with a spear shaped point.

Measures 17 1/8” long, Displays pitting all over, and very light surface rust in areas.  [sl]

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