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NSTCW Vol. 41 No. 2
Item #: NST41-2
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COVER "Confederate Naval Cutlass,” photography by Stephen W. Sylvia. Please see the cover story by Gerald C. Roxbury and Russ Pritchard, Jr., on p. 38.

FEATURES

26 Sole Survivor: Skates & Company Confederate James Rifle by Ken Knoll and Kerry Gossett

A single known example survives from an Alabama foundry

38 COVER STORY: Confederate Naval Cutlass Origins Found by Commander Gerald C. Roxbury, USN (Ret.) and Russ A. Pritchard, Jr.

Archival documents reveal the real history of these sought-after Southern blades

50 Collecting Confederate Uniform Buttons: Tangible Reminders of the Old South by William C. Bellinger

Small in size but rich in history, these highly collectible pieces connect us to the past

58 Successful Seminar II by Stephen W. Sylvia

If at first you succeed, do it again

DEPARTMENTS

From the Trenches 3

Incoming! 8

Field Recoveries 10

Publisher's Forum 24

Passings 66

NSTCW on the Road 68

Reviews 72

Traders' Corner 74

Collectors' Calendar 75


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