Antique German-Bavarian Napoleonic Sword, 19th century
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Antique early 19th century, circa 1806 German-Bavarian Napoleonic cavalry officers sword. Details: A brass hilt pierced and scalloped, retaining its original leather bound wooden grip, a helmet pommel with the integral backpiece, a slightly curved single edged long blade cut with a broad full-length fuller engraved at the forte with a crowned royal cipher of King Maximilian I of Bavaria. This particular model of saber, with many variations, was used through the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars by the French, Austrian, and German Cavalry.
MEASUREMENTS: Overall length: 85 cm (33 1/2 inches).
CONDITION: The sword is in very good condition overall considering its age, which is over 200 years.
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- 19th Century
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