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Napoleonic Klingenthal Coulaux Frères Marked Briquet Hanger Sword
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This is a neat looking sword that doesn't cost a fortune. It has the look of a piece that spent 100 years in a barn or smokehouse. This is a nice original infantry sword from the Napoleonic era. The French who are credited with designing the sword referred to them as an "Briquet". They were manufactured from the early 1800s to the mid-1800s. This is an early one and we know that because of the maker's marking along the spine of the blade. It is marked "Mfure Impale du Klingenthal Coulaux frères" in script lettering. This marking was used from 1806 until 1810. It has the blade that measures 23 inches in overall size. The guard on this sword has a cool look to it. The original handle is manufactured using a sturdy and dependable cast brass technique. On the brass it has a couple of proof markings stamped into the brass. When this sword left the Arsenal originally it would've had the scabbard made of leather and brass. As you can imagine they damaged easily and are almost always missing as is the case with this one. This is a cool looking early sword from the Napoleonic reign.

Item #: B9375
Shipping Weight: 8 lbs
Your Price:$695.00 USD
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