Sable Hungarian S. XVI
Sable Hungarian with a design based on the swords used during the S. XVI. Given his situation in Eastern Europe, Hungary used to cope both with the west as with the east. Although they were a feudal state of the western type, also were at times allies and at war with Byzantium. This cultural wealth is reflected in their weapons. The eastern influence is reflected in this sword heavy, capable of powerful blows from horseback or foot. The sabre has a guard cut and a big knob, both made of brass, and the grip is of wood covered with leather. Includes holster.
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