Reproduction light cavalry saber

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Crayonbone1

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Recently i purchased what i thought was a killer deal on a m1860 light cavalry saber. Turns out its a fair price on a reproduction. It hassomenumbers stamped on the hand guard i thought was military unit related. A friend of mine whos much more versed than i looked at it and tells me its a very good reproduction from the late 60s- early 70s. Does anyone know of companys that would have produced something like this? My friend suggested that the number stamped on it is from a movie prop house and its their inventory number. Id liketo chase this theory down if possible. Any help would be appreciated
 

Crayonbone1

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Its marked ames, chicopee mass and dated 1862. It has adk inspector narjs on both sword and scabbard. The throat of the scabbard is actually 2 pieces not just one formed piece.

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