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  • Code: 1835
  • Manufacturer: SPECIALREPLICAS
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  • Net Price: €506.07 / szt. €622.46 / szt.
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This model is an exact replica of the original (weight and dimensions as the original).

Manufacturer: Spanish Armorers

The presented saber is an exact replica of saber attributed to king of Poland - Stephen Báthory, who ruled in 1576-1586. He was queen Anna Jagiellon?s husband and author of many reforms improved Polish army. He formed so-called chosen infantry (formed by peasants), reorganized a cavalry, artillery, military engineering and navy. He also joined the Livonia to the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, after the Polish-Russian War (1577-1582).


Length: 104 cm
Blade length: 85 cm
Cross-guard length: 28 cm
Weight: 2,7 kg

Saber of Stephen Báthory is one of the finest pieces of Hungarian-type saber. It was made about 1560. For many years stored in Dresden. In 1928 was handed over to the Polish Military Museum in Warsaw by antique dealer Simon Szwarc, who bought it on sale.

The blade is an eastern type, slightly curved with clearly showed feather top (double-edged). On flats are two fullers. The blade decorated by rites circles and short ribbons one after another and two dots on the both sides of each.

The hilt is open with a typical Hungarian character. Very long (28 cm) cross-guard and moustache. The cross-guard has floral ornamentation. The pommel slightly moved forward, decorated by husk with fullers motifs. The grip covered with black leather and tangled around by golden thread.

The scabbard is richly decorated, covered by black leather, has beautiful golden fittings in form of throat with place for upper moustache, two rings and decorated drag, strengthened by slat on the edge side.

The prize doesn?t include a stand.