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Swords Used by the Cavalry Branch of Service
Edged Weapons
Relic Condition French Made Cavalry Saber with Scabbard Remnant
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here is a neat display piece that doesn't cost a fortune. It is the pattern a sword officially known as a French model 1822 cavalry saber and scabbard. This neat piece was made by Coulaux of Klingenthal in France. The lower section of the blade and scabbard are missing in action. The brass hilt is complete with polished horn grip. The blade has French oval proof stamps on the ricasso right by the guard, and "Coulaux” engraved on the back of the blade. The blade and scabbard have been cut cleanly in half, leaving a square end on both. The edge of the remainder of the blade has been sharpened. The sword remnant in scabbard remnant is 24 inches long overall. The blade is now 15.5 inches long. It makes a very cool display for the price of what a US buckle brings these days.

Item #: B3458
Shipping Weight: 6 lbs
Price Was: 295 Sale Price: $195.00 USD
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