Confederate Bridle Cutter Pike - Inventory Number: CON 215 / SOLD
Excellent condition non-excavated example of the “bridle cutter” pike head. This example is identical to the trainload of these which was discovered in relic form. The double-edged blade measures 12.5" with a 5" downward curved blade extending from its base. The overall length (blade + socket) is about 18 1/4". The smaller, hooked blade was designed to cut the reins and/or bridle of attacking cavalry causing them to lose control of their mounts. This is the nicest specimen we’ve had the opportunity to offer.
Inventory Number: CON 215 / SOLD