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18th Century Hungarian Hussar Blade, mounted on British Stirrup Hilt

18th Century Hungarian Hussar Blade, mounted on British Stirrup Hilt

Origin: Europe | Culture: Hungarian | Period: 18th Century

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Hussar Blade Mounted on British Stirrup hilt.

A stunning Austro-Hungarian Hussar blade, displaying "Vivat Hussar" and an etching of a hussar. 

Blade by high-end Solingen maker "I.W.M. a Solingen", known to make high quality swords such as that of Price William Frederick, son-in-law of George III.

Scabbard presents some damage. The stirrup hilt has movement.

Ivory declaration reference T14CAVKC.

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