Ridgeway Civil War Research Center,
A virtual examination of artifacts of the American Civil War

Civil War Weapons, all pre 1898

by Harry Ridgeway

Weapon7000-Sword-Confederate
Confederate swords.

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This is the "Ridgeway Civil War Research Center", a research tool for educational purposes only, and is provided at no cost to the reader. Some of the relics listed are retained in the author's collection, most reside in other collections and are not owned by the author. None of the items listed in this section are for sale, please refer to relicman.com sales listings for items offered for sale. This is a work in progress, I list items as I get to them, there are many patterns that are not listed yet, this list will be regularly updated as I get pictures and descriptions for more items. I will also correct mistakes, so if you see any please tell me. All items listed are believed to be authentic to the Civil War or as otherwise described. Any excavated relics have been recovered from private property with owners permission.This information is available for research purposes, pictures may be used by permission only.

All weapons listed on this webpage are strictly manufactured before 1898, and are considered unsafe for actual use. These are antique collectible weapons of the Civil War (most are pre 1865, unless I state otherwise) and actual firing of these weapons is not recommended for any purpose whatsoever! Because these are all "pre 1898" weapons, no licenses are required for ownership, but common sense and good judgment should be applied
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Most information on this page is from:
Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms......
John Thillman series, "Civil War Cavalry & Artillery Sabers...", or "Civil War Army Swords...."



Weapon7010-Sword-Confederate-Boyle-Gamble
Confederate cavalry saber, Boyle & Gamble.
Manufactured by Boyle & Gamble, Richmond Virginia.

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Weapon7030-Sword-Confederate-Haiman
Confederate cavalry saber, Haiman.
Manufactured by Louis and Elijah Haiman, Columbia Georgia.

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Weapon7040-Sword-Confederate-Kenansville
Confederate cavalry saber, Kenansville.
Manufactured by Louis Froelich, Confederate States Armory, Kenansville, North Carolina.

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Weapon7060-Sword-Confederate-Memphis-Novelty
Confederate cavalry saber, Memphis Novelty Works, Leech & Rigdon.
Manufactured by Memphis Novelty Works, Leech & Rigdon, Memphis Tennessee.

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Weapon7090-Sword-Confederate-Not-Identified
Confederate Cavalry saber, unknown maker.
Confederate manufacturer not identified, referred to as "Dog River", this is a name of collector convenience made up in the 20th century, but applied to unidentifed Confederate swords of the Civil War.

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