RELIC MODEL 1855 BAYONET -- STAFFORD

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Item Code: 343-24

Excavated M-1855 bayonet for a .58 caliber rifle musket. Dug in 1986 in a trash pit of a Union camp at Stafford, Virginia. This is in rusty “dug” condition and exhibits some light flaking and should be recoated. A nice relic.

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