A Napoleonic French C.1800’s Infantryman’s Briquet Hanger Sword
A typical example of a French c.1800’s Infantryman’s Briquet Hanger Sword. This type of sword was carried for many years throughout the Napoleonic years and right through the 19th Century, with most countries in Europe carrying their own version. With cast brass and ribbed grip and slightly curved, flat back blade. With inspector’s stamps to the hilt and blade forte. Etched to the blade spine.
Condition of the Sword
In good condition for its age with light peppering to the blade.
Specifications of the Sword
Blade length is 23 inches (28 inches overall).
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