CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD
CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD

CONFEDERATE HAIMAN CAVALRY SWORD AND SCABBARD

Regular price $3,295.00 Sale

Original Civil War Confederate Haiman Cavalry Sword and Scabbard. Absolutely untouched example from the last days of Civil War Service. The brass handle is tight to the blade and has a beautiful attic thick patina. The wrap and iron wire are mostly gone with just a few strands. The pommel is undisturbed and also has a really nice aged patina. The fully length Blade is in wonderful condition with no nicks and has never been sharpened. The Scabbard fits the sword perfectly and no doubt has been together since the war. Has classic overlap seem on the reverse. Sword mounts have both rings with heavy dark patina. The original throat and iron drag are are in great shape and often MIA. Please see all photos of this Confederate Veteran Cavalry Weapon. Museum Quality that will look awesome in any collection.

These swords have unmarked blades but are believed to be a product of Elijah and Louis Haiman of Columbus, GA. There is only one known example to have a Haiman maker mark stamp on the blade. These were misidentified early by William Albaugh as a "Dog River". A term still used today for a Confederate Sword of unknown origin.