Deadly Cavalry Weapon. Cavalry soldiers or cavalrymen of the Napoleonic period were armed with firearms called carbines, sometimes with a pair of pistols, but they are probably most often associated with sabres - sword-like weapons with curved blades. Sabre has its origins in the East. It was an integral part of the military gear of Hungarian. The blade of this reproduced Hungarian Cavalry Saber is of high carbon steel that is unsharpened and tempered. The hilt is brass with a ribbed brown leather grip inlaid with brass wire. The scabbard is steel with two suspension rings. Overall Length: 40 3/8'' Blade: 34 1/2'' 3 lb 3.9 oz.
This is an extremely rare Polish Hungarian 18th Century Koncerz CavalrySword that would have been carried by troopers in the first half of the eighteenth century. This example is of typical form and comprises a plain stirrup hilt with rounded pommel. The grip is covered in leather and bound with brass twistwire.
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From around 1688, Western European nations began to field flamboyantly dressed light cavalry modelled on the Hungarian hussars, and armed them with similar weapons. Sabre of a French infantry officer, circa 1800-1815. ... it was the sabre used by the light cavalry and had all the characteristics of a cavalry sword. Those did not always.
They are said to have derived from a Hungarian cavalry sword Types: Based on the areas we can find different types of swords. In East Asia, we can find Dao, Jian, Hook sword, Nihonto, etc. We can find around 10 types of Sabre swords like Talwar, Cutlass, Falchion, Estoc, etc. Size: Sword weights around 1kg and 90cm overall with 75cm of blade.