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Title Cavalry officer's sabre, 1904 model (Graz maker)
Nationality Austrian
Period c 1910
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This imperial Austrian cavalry/artillery officer's sword has a Graz maker mark to the blade ('HANS BAYER // GRAZ HOFG.'). It is quite unusual to find a Graz maker, as the blades for most of these swords were made by Weyersberg of Solingen. This was the classic cavalry officer's sword of the Great War and the 1908 Bosnian annexation.

The bulk of the nickel silver finish is missing from the hilt and scabbard. The hilt and pipe-back blade are of unusually large size, the blade having a minor kink 4" from the point. There is some wear to the fish skin wrap on the grip, but it is largely intact. There is also some minor surface rust in parts throughout the sword, where the nickel silver finish has worn off.

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[Edged Weapons : Swords : Austrian : 20th Century]


The package arrived savely today and the piece is absolutely marvellous.

It was a pleasure doing business with you and I'm looking forward to future aquisitions.

H W, Austria, 04.02.2016

Thank you very much for all your patience. I will be sure to leave positive feedback on your website. It has been a pleasure doing business with you.

A I, USA, 02.03.2010