45. A FRENCH M1845/1855 INFANTRY OFFICER’S SABER. FRANCE, CHATELLERAULT.

Origin: France, 19th century, 2nd half.
Blade: steel slightly bent single edged blade a la Montmorency, with one wide fuller and one narrow next to the edge. In the place where false edge starts, wide fuller becomes narrower and one close to the edge becomes wider. Maker’s stamps on the spine: Manuf[actu]re de Klingenthal ???.
The sword features a diagonally ribbed horn grip, with fitted gilded brass ornately scrolled guard and patterned pommel.
Scabbard of steel, later black painted, with a single band with carrying ring.
Total length in scabbard – 92,5 cm; without scabbard – 90,5 cm, length of the blade – 77 cm; width – 30 mm; thickness – 6 mm.
Start price: 150 EUR.
Estimation: 150-200 EUR.
Shipment and packing: EU – 35 EUR, outside EU – 45 EUR.
Keywords: sword, saber, sabre, Sabel, szabla, szablya, glaive, Dolch, hanger,
Closed brass hilt with a single knucklebow from yelman to the pommel, oval shaped cross-guard’s shield with ajour !!!!!!! floral décor. Wooden grip without leather nor wire.
Steel scabbard with single carrying ring.

Keywords: sword, saber, sabre, Sabel, szabla, szablya, glaive, Dolch, hanger,

Sale No 11038

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11 December 2018 18:00

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Estimate 300-400 EUR

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