European Bayonets of the American Civil War by: David Noe, Joseph Serbaroli Jr.
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Perhaps the last great undiscovered treasures of American Civil War militaria are the bayonets made for the countless European muskets and rifles that were imported by both sides in an effort to supplement limited domestic arms production.
Often mistaken for valueless junk by previous generations of collectors, we now know that these imported blades are as historical and valuable as any other weapons of the War Between the States.
While the acquisition of these weapons is exciting, there are a number of supposed types that were never imported into the U.S. at all...even though they are regularly sold as such.
Using 100's of detailed photos, the authors de-mystify this topic, providing clear explanations of what is right and what is wrong.
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- Width: 8.5 inches
- Height: 11 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 2 pounds
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