Prussian cavalry saber M 1811 blunt
Originally, this Blüchersaber is based on an English saber from 1796.
The naming of the saber M 1811 , colloquially also called Blüchersäbel comes from the Field Marshal General Gerhard Leberecht von Blücher. He is probably the most popular commander of the German wars of liberation against Napoleon.
The blade of this replica, modeled after the special and famous saber, is a carbon steel forged, carefully ground and polished. The blade is unsharpened.
Details Prussian cavalry saber:
- Overall length: about 100 cm
- Blade length: about 85 cm
- Includes matching scabbard made of steel
- Weight (without scabbard): about 1.05 kg
Scope of delivery: 1 x cavalry including scabbard.