Polish saber MY FIRST BRIGADE of the infantry officer WZ. 1917 TRAINING PS-17

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Polish saber MY FIRST BRIGADE of the infantry officer WZ. 1917 TRAINING PS-17

 


This saber is an example of a luxurious weapon made in the Krakow studio of Henryk Sztorc on the occasion of the 5th anniversary of the Polish Legions (August 1914).

 

 

Copy of the historical model.
ATTENTION. Forged and tempered model for light cutting force training.
The model has a blunt blade but is suitable for sharpening.

 


BLADE: HIGH CARBON STEEL 1060 FORGED AND HAND HARDENED (requires maintenance) HARDENING TO: 52-54 HRC

 

On the inner amphibian of the blade, in a cartouche decorated with oak leaves, etched letters L.P., the inscription 6 / VIII / MY / PIERWSZA / BRYGADA, below, on the background of crossed sabers, rifles and a cannon barrel, the badge "For faithful service" and the date 1914.

On the outer amphibian, in a similar decoration, the letters W.P. and the inscription FOR / FAITH / FOR / FREEDOM / FOR HONOR / HOMELAND, below, an eagle in a crown and the date 1919.

 

Scabbard: steel - polished (requires maintenance). Leather lining inside. You can keep a saber in a scabbard without fear of corrosion.

Handle: engraved brass

 

Handle with a wooden lining, covered with natural leather - notched

 

 

HIGH FLEXIBILITY OF THE BLADES
Dimensions:


Total length in the scabbard: about 116 cm

The length of the saber without the scabbard: about 109 cm

Blade length: about 95 cm
The length of the handle: approx. 14 cm


Blade thickness at the handle: 6 mm


The width of the blade at the handle: 2.8 cm
Weight with scabbard: about 1.92 kg
Weight without scabbard: about 1.1 kg
Scabbard weight: about 0.8 kg

 

 

Our model is a copy that is based on the saber described in the book by Paweł Komorowski

FRAGMENT OF THE ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION BELOW:

"Closed handle, brass binding. Cross-bow in the middle part thickened and widened with triangular mustaches. The front arm of the guard is bent at a right angle, then with a convex arc connected to the pommel. with a crowned eagle, passing into a braid reaching the crossguard. On the pommel there is a rosette-shaped nut that fixes the pivot pin. SZTORC / KRAKÓW.

A polished steel blade with a low curvature, ground on both sides into single grooves. Feather with a highly marked backbone, double-edged, decentric point. On the inner amphibian of the blade, in a cartouche decorated with oak leaves, etched letters LP, the inscription 6 / VIII / MY / PIERWSZA / BRYGADA, below, against the background of crossed sabers, rifles and a cannon barrel, the badge "For faithful service" (established by Józef Piłsudski in August 1916 year) and the date 1914.

On the external amphibian, in a similar decoration, the letters W.P. and the inscription FOR / FAITH / FOR / FOR FREEDOM / FOR HONOR / HOMELAND, below the crowned eagle and the date 1919. The spine of the head is also decorated. A nickel-plated steel scabbard with two grooves and movable wheels. Asymmetrical spur. "1.

1 - Fragment of the description of the model from the book by Paweł Komorowski: "We will not run short of sabers ... White weapon of the Polish soldier from the 18th-20th centuries" page 16, Oficyna Wydawnicza Kulawiak, Sylva-Opus Paweł Komorowski
Copy of the historical model presented in the book by Paweł Komorowski: "We will not run out of sabers ... White weapons of the Polish soldier from the 18th-20th centuries" page 16, Oficyna Wydawnicza Kulawiak, Sylva-Opus Paweł Komorowski