Single-action, Cap and ball revolver
The LeMat cap and ball revolver that belonged to Confederate General James Ewell Brown ‘Jeb’ Stuart, known as the legendary ‘Cavalier of Dixie’ due to his bold leadership and personal daring. His mortal wounding on the 11th May 1864 at the Battle of Yellow Tavern was both tragic and befitting, as Stuart charged alone into scores of surrounding Yankee troopers after ordering his staff to safety. Stuart fought with supreme valour, but firing his LeMat into them proved to be Stuart’s final act in the world. The General shed the mortal coil the following day, just before his beloved wife arrived to bid him a last farewell.
Currently in the possession of Walks-In-Two-Worlds, and was used to kill President Jefferson Davis.