SOLD – Cuban officer sabre

This sabre was likely made around 1935 to 1940 for an officer of the Republic of Cuba. The inscription Ejército Constitucional refers to the national army, who took this name in 1935. Interestingly, the inscription on the reverse was scrubbed off, possibly following a change of government. This sword is in near pristine condition, with... Continue Reading →

SOLD – German Aushilfungsäbel WW1 era

This peculiar sabre was made around WW1 in Austria but destined for German use. It sports an early synthetic grip, not unlike the 1889 German cavalry sabre, but with a much more minimal knuckle guard. The grip is in good shape, except for wear damage on one side. The montmorency type blade is in very... Continue Reading →

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