Schweizer Faschinenmesser Modell 1842/52 mit Sägerücken
In an excellent condition a Swiss pioneer sword model 1842/52 with sawback
The Grip has 26 grooves and quillons 4 grooves. The blade is a saw-back blade with a false edge. The blade is maker marked on the ricasso Clemen & Jung from Solingen.
It has the black leather scabbard with bronze fittings.The stitching and staples are in place. The leather strap to attach th... read more
Schweizer Säbel berittene Mannschaft Ord. 1867
In an excellent condition a Swiss M1867 Cavalry Troopers Sabre
This sabre was introduced in 1867. The model 1845 and model 1850 Austrian cavalry sabers served as examples. The blade length corresponds to the Austrian model 1861 for heavy cavalry (870mm)
After the introduction of the federal model for cavalary in 1896, the old model in 1867 was mainly used as a so-called dr... read more
Schweizer Säbel unberittene Offiziere Ord. 1867
In an excellent condition a Swiss Sabre for unmounted officers Ordonnance 1867
Portepee is the type Ordonnanz 1885. The scabbard is the original Ordonnance 1867 type scabbard.
Of all the sabers of the Ordonnanz in 1867, the saber for unmounted officers has the longest life as an ordonnance weapon. According to the equipment table for recruits and newly appo... read more
Schweizer Säbel für höhere Unteroffizier Ord. 1883
In an almost mint condition a Swiss sabre for higher NCO ranks Ordonnance 1883
This weapon was introduced as an order by Federal Council decree of 4 May 1883. It was worn by Feldweibel (Field Usher) of the fusiliers, hunters and shooters (worn from 1826 to 1898).
It is a sabre for higher non-commissioned officers model 1883 from the Waffenfabrik Neuhausen. It h... read more
Schweizer Säbelbajonett model 1879/81 für Unteroffiziere
In an excellent condition a rare Swiss sword bayonet 1879/81 for NCO's
This type of sword bayonet is for the Feldweibel which is freely translated in "field usher". According to the Federal Council decision of March 7, 1879, infantry sergeants were equipped with a saber bayonet without a saw. The handles of the bayonet are attached with five rivets. The sawteeth have been filed o... read more
France Glaive d'Infanterie, modèle 1831
In an excellent condition a French m1831 short sword
The model 1831 sword is a French infantry sword. It was adopted in 1831 to replace the old lighter sword, and quickly gained its name of "cabbage cutter" (Coupe-Choux)
A full brass grip with 26 ribs and on the quillon 5 circles on either side
The sword has a two-sided cutting blade and ... read more
Prussian Eickhorn Artillerie Extra-Seitengewehr fur Fussmanschaft der Feldartillerie
An Extra-Seitengewehr U/M (ExtraMuster) is the official naming of this Edged blade but often is been used the extra-seitengewehr fur manschaft der feldartillerie 1871.
The blade is made by Eickhorn and has a very early logo on the blade, the two squirles back to back.
The cross-guard and pommel are made out of one piece of brass. Right had 18 ribs and left side is smooth. No sca... read more