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British Flank Officer's Sabre
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TheRomanRuler Dec 12 2012 says:

Too curved for my taste. And bit too fancy too

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Bluehawk Dec 12 2012 replied:

^^^ Jealous center-company officer

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HamzaRasol Dec 13 2012 replied:

too fancy? take a look at Ottoman swords during that time period and see for yourself,or if not you can take a look at their Muskets and Pistols.

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Mr.Birds! Dec 12 2012 says:

now i must have one of those!

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Naney Dec 12 2012 says:

Pretty! Where these really used in combat? They seem like something I'd hang up on my wall.

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Docm30 Dec 12 2012 replied:

Are you the kind of person that has a use for any kind of sabre?

They were definitely used in combat, though. The extreme curve was very useful for light infantry and rifle officers who needed to crouch a lot (where a straight sword would be very inconvenient). Although quite highly decorated, they were sturdy and well balanced weapons.

Lower ranking officers often bought theirs with a simpler, more combat ready blade, though.

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Naney Dec 12 2012 replied:

Yeah I like to collect swords but I'm not an avid collector, just anything I can find in flea markets really. Was just curious 'cause I learned recently that stylized swords like this one are usually ceremonial stuff.

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DaggerClassStudio Dec 12 2012 says:


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plyuto518 Dec 12 2012 says:

Holy sh** that's one beautiful and sexy sword.

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usnavy30 Dec 12 2012 says:

Cutting edge.

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kalzim7878 Dec 18 2012 says:

wow verey nice.

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A British 1803-pattern light infantry, rifle and grenadier officer's sabre. With an elaborate handle and blued-and-gilted blade, this was quite the impressive weapon.

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