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    Dale Martin

    Help with ID: Civil War Sword?

    Skye: No problem, these are actually very well made bayonets. Just clean this one up with some oil and a soft cloth, anything else would reduce the value..

    Dale Martin Today, 10:23 PM Go to last post
    Richard Schenk

    Rampant Woodchuck on S&F Sword??

    Wish I knew. I recently acquired an M. C. Lilley presentation grade M1860/72 S&F which had the same walking bear symbol on the obverse ricasso.

    Richard Schenk Today, 10:22 PM Go to last post
    Skye N.

    Help with ID: Civil War Sword?

    Thank you so much. This makes a lot of sense as my husband's great uncle was a Colonel in the Airforce during WWII and stationed in Japan. He collected

    Skye N. Today, 09:59 PM Go to last post
    Dale Martin

    Rampant Woodchuck on S&F Sword??

    Gentlemen; Thanks for the information, does anyone have an idea as to date??

    Dale

    Dale Martin Today, 09:49 PM Go to last post
    Dale Martin

    Help with ID: Civil War Sword?

    Skye: You have a Japanese type 30 bayonet, made in approx. 1943. The maker is Hikari Seiki under the supervision of Kokura Arsenal. The three ring sign

    Dale Martin Today, 09:42 PM Go to last post
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