French Grenadier Infantry Sword

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A.French Grenadier Infantry Sword
B.Russian M1881 Dragoon Officer Shashkas sabre
C.British M-1831 General Officer Scimitar
D.French Army Artillery M1829 Sabre
E.Japanese Type 32 NCO Sabre
F.US Army M1902 Officers Sabre
G.Napoleanic Era Grenadier Infantry Sword
SKU: A.AH3411, B.AH3408, C.AH3234N, D.AH3409, E.AH3410 ,F.AH3412, G.AH3413
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MSRP: -----



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Product Name:A.French Grenadier Infantry Sword
B.Russian M1881 Dragoon Officer Shashkas sabre
C.British M-1831 General Officer Scimitar
D.French Army Artillery M1829 Sabre
E.Japanese Type 32 NCO Sabre
F.US Army M1902 Officers Sabre
G.Napoleonic Era Grenadier Infantry Sword

SKU: AA.AH3411, B.AH3408, C.AH3234N, D.AH3409, E.AH3410 ,F.AH3412, G.AH3413

Features

A.French Grenadier Infantry Sword

  • fullered, single edged, slightly curved,high carbon steel blade
  • brass hilt and guards
  • leather scabbard with brass throat and chape
  • Overall Length: 28 5/8, Blade: 23 5/8
  • Weight: 2 lb 3 oz
  • Edge: Blunt
  • P.O.B.: 4 1/2
  • Thickness: 4.5 mm - 4.1 mm
  • Width: 33.1 mm
  • Grip Length: 4"
  • Pommel: Nut


B.Russian M1881 Dragoon Officer Shashkas sabre

  • fullered, single edged, factory sharpened, slightly curved, high carbon steel blade
  • brass pommel cap and knuckle guard on a hardwood hilt
  • includes a leather scabbard with brass throat and chape

C.British M-1831 General Officer Scimitar

  • Mameluke styled sword
  • over all Length:43”
  • a full tang, slightly curved,high carbon steel blade
  • brass guard, stylized bone hilt with brass fitting
  • A carbon steel scabbard is include.


D.French Army Artillery M1829 Sabre

  • gently curved carbon steel blade
  • Brass guard and pommel
  • leather & wire wrapped hilt
  • Includes a steel scabbard.


E.Japanese Type 32 NCO Sabre

  • Type 32 NCO Sabre
  • steel blade
  • Steel guard, wood grip
  • Includes steel scabbard
  • WWII Era


F.US Army M1902 Officers Sabre

  • thin hand crafted, unsharpened, steel blade, with a fine thrusting point
  • cast-steel D-guard
  • a contoured, leather-wrapped grip
  • Includes cast-steel scabbard, complete with a carrying ring.


G.Napoleonic Era Grenadier Infantry Sword

  • hand crafted steel blade with a subtle curve and a fine point,though shorter than the average saber
  • hilt has an ornate brass D-shaped guard and backpiece
  • plus a black leather and gold wire wrapped grip
  • Included with the sword is a wooden scabbard that is wrapped in black leather with brass fittings on the throat and chape.

Description

A.French Grenadier Infantry Sword - This 18th Century French Grenadier Infantry Sword features a fullered, single edged, slightly curved,high carbon steel blade. It has a brass grip and includes a leather scabbard with brass accents. Overall Length: 28 5/8, Blade: 23 5/8, Weight: 2 lb 3 oz, Edge: Blunt, P.O.B.: 4 1/2, Thickness: 4.5 mm - 4.1 mm, Width: 33.1 mm, Grip Length: 4, Pommel: Nut

B.Russian M1881 Dragoon Officer Shashkas sabre - Based on Cossack design, this Russian Dragoon Officer Shashka Sabre brings together the blade of this legendary sword with the guard of a more contemporary European saber, creating a melding of both worlds. Featuring a fullered, single edged, factory sharpened, slightly curved, high carbon steel blade. It has a brass pommel cap and knuckle guard on a hardwood hilt, includes a leather scabbard with brass fittings.

C.British M-1831 General Officer Scimitar - This Mameluke styled sword is derived from sabres used by Mamluk warriors of Mamluk Egypt from whom the sword derives its name. It is related to the shamshir, which had its origins in Persia from where the style migrated to India, Egypt and North Africa and the Turkish kilij. It was adopted in the 19th century by several Western militaries, including the French Army, British Army and the United States Marine Corps. Featuring a full tang, slightly curved,high carbon steel blade, brass guard, stylized bone hilt with brass fitting and an over all length of 43". A carbon steel scabbard is include.

D.French Army Artillery M1829 Sabre - gently curved carbon steel blade with Brass guard and pommel, leather & wire wrapped hilt. Includes a steel scabbard.

E.Japanese Type 32 NCO Sabre - of Japanese descent, echoing the look of the gunto, or the sword that was produced for the Japanese military after the Samurai were phased out of the military. As such, this sword has features of the katana and the military saber. This Japanese Type 32 NCO Sabre with Steel D guard, wood grip. Includes steel scabbard. WWII Era

F.US Army M1902 Officers Sabre - From the Revolutionary War to the Civil War, through the American Indian Wars, all the way to the modern day, the saber has been a companion to the American soldier. And this M1902 US Army Officer Saber is a style that remains accepted today. Featuring a thin hand crafted, unsharpened, steel blade, with a fine thrusting point. The grip is classic possessing a D-guard of cast-steel, with a contoured, leather-wrapped grip to Included with the saber is a cast-steel scabbard, complete with a carrying ring.

G.Napoleonic Era Grenadier Infantry Sword - This Napoleonic Era Infantry Sword recreates the iconic sword that Napoleon's own army would have favored. This particular saber recreates the shape of the short sword, which would have been issued to grenadiers and cannoneers, and soldiers who were manning the artillery. It echoes the classic shape of the saber, featuring a hand crafted steel blade with a subtle curve and a fine point, although it is shorter than the average saber. The hilt has an ornate D-shaped guard, plus a black leather and gold wire wrapped grip. Included with the sword is a wooden scabbard that is wrapped in black leather and decorated with brass fittings on the throat and chape.

Historical Period

A.French Grenadier Infantry Sword - specialized soldier, first established as a distinct role in the mid-to-late 17th century,

B.Russian M1881 Dragoon Officer Shashkas sabre - late 1700's through early 1800's

C.British M-1831 General Officer Scimitar - circa 1900

D.French Army Artillery M1829 Sabre - Pirate-Era Thru Early 19th century

E.Japanese Type 32 NCO Sabre - WWII era

F.US Army M1902 Officers Sabre - Revolutionary War through present day

G.Napoleonic Era Grenadier Infantry Sword - Napoleonic Era

Inspiration

  • A.French Grenadier Infantry Sword - Grenadier of the Old Guard c1812 by Édouard Detaille


  • B.Russian M1881 Dragoon Officer Shashkas sabre - Russian dragoons and hussars in 1807 200px-Kn%C3%B6tel_IV%2C_22.jpg


  • C.British M-1831 General Officer Scimitar - A Mameluke sword /ˈmæməluːk/ is a cross-hilted, curved, scimitar-like sword historically derived from sabres used by Mamluk warriors of Mamluk Egypt from whom the sword derives its name. It is related to the shamshir,[1] which had its origins in Persia from where the style migrated to India, Egypt and North Africa[2] and the Turkish kilij. It was adopted in the 19th century by several Western militaries, including the French Army, British Army and the United States Marine Corps.


  • D.French Army Artillery M1829 Sabre


  • E.Japanese Type 32 NCO Sabre Japanese gunto
  • F.US Army M1902 Officers Sabre
  • G.Napoleonic Era Grenadier Infantry Sword - Grenadier_Guards.jpg