Original Civil War Confederate Cavalry Sword and Brass Lap Seam Scabbard. I believe this to be a product by Louis Froelich of the Confederate States Armory in Kenansville, North Carolina while others believe it to be a Boyle & Gamble (Richmond, VA) that were originally in a Kenansville Scabbard. This is a museum quality example and has the prettiest scabbard I've ever seen with a Confederate Sword. Makes all the relics around it cooler!!! The brass handle and pommel have a beautiful matching patina with class CS casting flaws and file marks. The wrap has been professionally restored by master Jim Brown and looks great. The blade is full length at 34 1/2" with an unstopped fuller and distinct 2 1/2" ricasso. Has very minimal nicks from service if any at all and a perfect point. The brass scabbard is complete with the original throat and mounting rings. Has a set of soldiers initials "WMB" scratched between mounts. A great addition to any high end Civil War Collection and a center piece in most museums. Please see all photos.