Boyle & Gamble Cavalry Saber
Manufactured by Boyle & Gamble for the Confederacy. This Sword was Originally sheathed in it’s ”Extremely Rare” Leather Scabbard. Very few ”Flat Blade” models of this pattern, exist today.Boyle & Gamble of Richmond Virginia, formed a Partnership in 1861, Manufacturing Arms for the Confederacy. An Extremely Scarce pattern of a Boyle & Gamble Manufactured Cavalry Saber. CS Acquisitions Museum
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