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Hunters Dagger With Crowned Polish Eagle Hilt And Scabbard #3 Hunters Dagger With Crowned Polish Eagle Hilt And Scabbard #3

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Beautiful hand made replica of a Polish sabre from 1868 engraved with a floral motif. Polish Eagle is featured on the hilt. Polish "Floret" 1868

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Beautiful hand made replica of a 17th Century Polish Hussar Sabre and Scabbard.
Chrome plated and engraved with the motto "Vivat Husar" - Long Live The Hussar on one side and "Deus Spes Mea" - God Is My Hope on the other. Size is approx 37" long. The Polish Hussar (Winged Horseman) 17th Century Sabre And Scabbard

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Polish Hussar (Winged Horseman) Sabre - 1750 - Szabla Polska Husarska Polish Hussar (Winged Horseman) Sabre - 1750 - Szabla Polska Husarska

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Beautiful hand made replica of a Polish karabela from 1683 during the time of King Jan III Sobieski engraved with 1683 and the Latin motto he wrote to Pope Innocent XI following the victory against the Ottoman Empire in the Battle of Vienna, "Veni, vidi, Polish Karabela From 1683 - Szabla Polsko-Turecka z 1683

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Polish Karabela From 1791 - Karabela Polska z 1791 roku Polish Karabela From 1791 - Karabela Polska z 1791 roku

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The 1921 sabre was a standard sabre for all types of armed forces. Its parameters were specified by the Minisrty of Military Affairs dated 12 April 1921. The 80cm long blade was slightly curved and the closed hilt was made of brass or blued steel. Polish Miniature Sabres - 1921 Sabre

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The Hungarian-Polish sabre is the oldest sabre design on the Polish lands. Batorówka is one of its types. Its appearance is connected with the Prince of Transylvania - Stefan Batory, who was elected King of Poland in 1576 and ruled until his death in 1586 Polish Miniature Sabres - Batorówka

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Sikorski's sabre belongs to ceremonial sabres which could not be carried with the uniform. Ceremonial sabres were different from the standard ones in their hilts and individual ornamentation. They frequently were gifted to officers of high ranks in the P Polish Miniature Sabres - Ceremonial Sabre Of General Sikorski

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Karabela is the 18th century name for a Polish sabre modelled after Turkish weapons which appeared on the Polish lands in the 16th century. In the 17th century, it was a combat sabre perfectly suited for circular cuts. Polish Miniature Sabres - Karabela

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Kosciuszkowka is a military weapon used by the infantry and cavalry at the end of the 18th century. It became extremely popular during the Kosciuszko Uprising in 1794. Its present name is related to Supreme Commander Tadeusz Kosciuszko but at the time it Polish Miniature Sabres - Kosciuszkowka

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The 1917 sabre was the first sabre for Polish soldiers made by native Polish producers after the Partitions. It was part of the equipment of the Polish Armed Forces formed under the German protectorate. It was intended for the cavalry and infantry Polish Miniature Sabres - Radziwiłłówki

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Hussar sabre is a contemporary name for a military sabre which was part of the equipment of Polish heavy cavalry from the middle of the 17th century to the end of the 18th century.  It used to be called a black sabre or a curved cutlass.  Experts in arms Polish Miniature Sabres - Szabla Husarska - Hussar

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The 1934 sabre, sometimes called Ludwikowka after Ludwikow Steelworks where it used to be produced, is the last Polish military sabre.  The works on its design began in 1925 and lasted to 1935 when the Minister of Military Affairs finally accepted the Polish Miniature Sword - 1934 Sabre

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Szczerbiec is the coronation sword that was used in crowning ceremonies of most kings of Poland from 1320 to 1764. It is currently on display in the treasure vault of the Royal Wawel Castle in Kraków as the only preserved piece of medieval Polish Crown Je Polish Miniature Sword - Szczerbiec

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Beautiful hand made replica of a Polish-Hungarian style sabre engraved with the profile of Stefan Batory, his Latin name and the date of his accession to the Polish throne - Stephanus - Batori - Rex - Poloniae - AD - 1575 Polish Sabre "Batorowka"

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Beautiful handmade replica of the Polish Coronation Sword. Originally the property of prince Boleslaus (perhaps Boleslaus Konradowic or Boleslaus the Pious) as the inscription on the hilt (no longer visible) indicated Szczerbiec - The Polish Coronation Sword

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