SABER BAYONET FOR SPENCER NAVY RIFLE

$795.00

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Item Code: 218-594

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 “1861” on one side of the ricasso. The opposite side is stamped “COLLINS & C0 / HARTFORD / CONN”. Fuller is about 14” long. Blade has a smooth attractive even patina overall. The hilt is cast brass. The patina is a mild yellow. Marked on the end of the handle is a production number “55”. The cross guard, ribbed grip, and locking spring in the handle are all in excellent condition.  [kn] [ph:L]

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