Polish hussar sabre XVII c.

Polish hussar sabre XVII c.

Copy of polish 17th c. hussar's sabre (the original is in Polish Military Museum in Warsaw). As a typical hussar's sabre it connects features of hungarian, Turkish and western europe sabres. Balanced for horse riders was very dangerous in hussar's hand.

Hammered and tempered blade has two ridges. The cross and half-opened hilt are brass-made, wood-made handle (grip) is covered with leather to secure a strong catch.

Additionally you can buy a scabbard which is made of wood and covered with natural leather. The fittings are casted of brass and their shape and decoration match the handle. As a standard finishing the leather is glued and for an additional fee we can seam the leather manually.

Warning! Sharp edges blade is very dangerous to be used during combat. We take no responsibility for effects of such using.



  • blade's curve 8 cm
  • blade width at cross 3 cm
  • grip length 10 cm
  • center of balance 17 cm
  • weight 1,15 kg
  • blade length 82 cm
  • total length 95 cm

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Product customization
blade polishing
polished 64.10 €
brass parts
no scabbard  
leather covered wood 333.33 €
leather covered wood with handmade seam 397.44 €
sharpened blade 51.28 €
blunt blade  

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354.39 € tax excl.

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