MODEL 1851 CADET SOCKET BAYONET

$650.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 362-1101

The Cadet musket was authorized in 1851, with the initial 300 having been delivered to VMI. 4,400 were made between 1852-1853 and were produced at Springfield.

Bayonet is very clean with a bright surface and some light scattered mottling. Socket shows some light surface rust and scattered pitting.

Locking ring works properly.

Blade flat has a good US stamping.

Bayonet does not have a scabbard. [ad][ph:L]

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