Walloon Gendarmerie And Cavalry - XVIII° - 1772 - Blade With The Wolf Of Passau flag

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"Walloon Gendarmerie And Cavalry - XVIII° - 1772 - Blade With The Wolf Of Passau"
Walloon gendarmerie and cavalry, model 1772, 18th century, LOUIS XVI period. Iron frame. Periform pommel, wooden rocket dressed with a filigree of steel wire in inverted chevrons terminated by 2 solid rings. Main guard branches with 2 superimposed balls connected by secondary oblique branches. 2 pierced guard bridges including 1 in the shape of a heart with a thumb. See photos. Inflected quillon terminated by a cone. Blade of flat oval section with 2 cutting edges with median gutters at its base. Engraving in the gutter on both sides of the blade with the line of the stick letters "IN MINI" and the design of the "LOUP DE PASSEAU COURANT". See the photos. Furnisher hallmark on the heel, see photos. The strong Walloon swords with iron mounts being the first French regulatory models at the request of LOUIS XIV and on the action of the Marquis LOUVOIS. Length: 83 cm Length of the blade: 67 cm Width of the blade at the heel: 3.4 cm Good state of conservation and use, in its own juice, see the details in the photos. Free shipping for FRANCE. Visit my other objects by consulting my gallery and our site.
Price: 1400 €
Artist: Lame Signé Au Loup De Passau Et Poinçons Fourbisseur
Period: 18th century
Style: Louis 16th, Directory
Condition: In its current state

Length: 83 cm --lame 67 cm
Width: lame au talon : 3,4 cm

Reference: 962854
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Walloon Gendarmerie And Cavalry - XVIII° - 1772 - Blade With The Wolf Of Passau

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