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A silver mounted magnate sabre with belt   dating: first quarter of the 19th Century   provenance: Hungary

A silver mounted magnate sabre with belt dating: first quarter of the Century provenance: Hungary

A very rare kilic of the cossacks Leib-Garde Rgt., Russia removable angled pommel with monogram of (Nicholas II) 1907-1917.

A very rare kilic of the cossacks Leib-Garde Rgt., Russia removable angled pommel with monogram of (Nicholas II)

SABRE DE R�COMPENSE D'INFANTERIE, DIT "DES 400 BRAVES", DIRECTOIRE.

SABRE DE R�COMPENSE D'INFANTERIE, DIT "DES 400 BRAVES", DIRECTOIRE.

A silver-mounted deluxe sabre, Vienna, circa 1810.  An extraordinarily beautiful deluxe sabre of high quality of it's time. Notice the pommel in the shape of a warrior with helmet and the two piece floral decoration in relief.

A silver-mounted deluxe sabre, Vienna, circa An extraordinarily beautiful deluxe sabre of high quality of it's time. Notice the pommel in the shape of a warrior with helmet and the two piece floral decoration in relief.

A silver mounted Versailles Honor saber given by Napoleon I to Cotillon, officer, 2. Rgt. de Ligne, Paris ca. 1800.

A silver mounted Versailles Honor sabre given by Napoleaon I to Cotillon, officer, Rgt. de Ligne, Paris ca.

A sabre with lion head shaped pommel, dating: third quarter of the 17th Century provenance: Swiss

A sabre with lion head shaped pommel. This Swiss sword dates to the third quarter of the Century.

A General Officer's sabre, dating: late 18th Century  provenance: France

A General Officer's sabre, dating: late Century provenance: France

Traditionally said to have been made in 1876 for the investiture of the Ottoman sultan Murad V (reigned May 30–August 31, 1876).

Saber with Scabbard Date: century Culture: Turkish Medium: Steel, gold, diamonds, emeralds, pearls

A "Rumford" officers sabre.    provenance:	 	Bavaria dating:	 	first quarter of the 19th Century.

A "Rumford" officers sabre. provenance: Bavaria dating: first quarter of…

Duc de Berry's sabre may bring $150,000 at Christie's

A magnificent French sabre that once belonged to the Duc de Berry will sell as part of Christie's Antique Arms & Armour auction on September The Duc de

Saber, 16th century; Ottoman Turkish. Steel inlaid with gold, precious stones, fishskin. | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Concept Modeling For Metallic Sculpture : – Picture : – Description Saber, century; Ottoman Turkish Steel inlaid with gold, precious stones, fishskin -Read More –

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