Sword of the British generals and officers of 1831. The blade is made of EN45 steel and it is sharp. The guard is made of brass and handle of wood. Includes metal scabbard. Length: 98 cm. Blade length: 81 cm.
Sabre of non-commissioned officer of the Spanish Army. Brass guard, nickel plated. Polished stainless steel blade, engraved and finished in accordance with Spanish government specifications. Includes scabbard.
This Kindjal military sabre was used by the Russian armed forces during the second half of the 20th century. Its double-edged curved blade was perfect as a combat weapon. Carbon steel blade, hardwood grip and full tang. Includes wooden scabbard covered with leather.
Popular in the Confederacy during the American Civil War for its multiple uses. It has a steel guard and a highly resistant carbon steel blade. Easy to carry due to its low weight. The grip is made of slightly darkened wood. Includes leather sheath with metal decoration.
This sabre is an excellent functional reproduction of the Cutlass that in 1860 the United States incorporated into its arsenal. It has a hand forged high carbon steel blade 1065 and a brass basket hand-guard. Includes wooden scabbard covered in leather with metallic decoration.
Visit our wide assortment of sabers. A type of sword used by cavalry and infantry officers.
French saber Champane Briquet: Very used in light cavalry and some infantry troops receiving the name of boarding saber
It was also widely used in the war of secession of the United States
Spanish troops also used the saber in the Moroccan war, the red army used the Shashka sword, becoming the last regulation white weapon
Also very used by pirates