REMINGTON “ZOUAVE” SABER BAYONET WITH SCABBARD & FROG

$750.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 490-2099

This bayonet is an original Civil War “Zouave” style saber bayonet. The total length of this bayonet is 25” while the graceful-looking blade itself is 20” long. Issued with the Remington “Zouave” Rifle, a.k.a. US Percussion Model 1863 Rifle.

The 4¾” long all-brass cast hilt is secured to the blade via a single transverse steel pin through the guard. Ribbed brass grip area displays a bright yellow color. Upper top flat of grip area stamped with “BH” just to the rear of the guard. Blade is bright. Blade is stamped with an “H” at the hilt. The brass hilt guard is stamped with sub-inspector mark of “C” on one side. Iron “button” and locking spring are clean and work well.

Leather scabbard body is complete and in mint condition. Back seam stitching is complete, all brass furniture tight to the scabbard body and retains all the small brass brads. There are no dents in the brass pieces.

Attached leather belt frog is complete but shows more use with heavy finish cracking. Leather remains soft and flexible. Stitching remains tight and unbroken.

A handsome “Zouave” bayonet and its accompanying black leather scabbard and belt frog. A great collectible to go with a Remington rifle.  [JET]

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