SABER BAYONET FOR SPENCER NAVY RIFLE

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Item Code: 218-590

These were produced for the first lot of Spencer rifles bought by the Navy, numbered under 1000, and fitted with a bayonet stud.

The blade is approximately 20 1/8 inches in length and marked “1862” on one side of the ricasso. The opposite side is stamped “COLLINS & C0 / HARTFORD / CONN”. Fuller is about 14” long. Blade is steel cleaned surface with light scattered pitting overall. Blade edge is smooth with no nicks. The hilt is cast brass. The patina is an attractive uncleaned light brown/golden patina. Marked on the end of the handle is a production number “10”. The cross guard, ribbed grip, and locking spring in the handle are all in excellent condition. Overall this piece is in fine condition.    [KN]  [ph:L]

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