Polish Sabre General Sikorski WZ 1920 with Scabbard. Exact reproduction of the original sabre Polish Army Museum in Warsaw. Za Honor Ojczyzny (For Honor of Fatherland).
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Polish Sabre General Sikorski WZ 1920 with steel scabbard.
This model is a replica of the original sabre. It was the name-day gift for general Wladyslaw Sikorski from his subordinates – 22nd infantry regiment, gave in 1920. This saber is the unique item, made for this special occasion. This type of sabers produced by the Warsaw firm of G. Borowski in 1920s. The factory which casted the whole hilts from brass. Today an original Sikorski saber is at the Polish Army Museum in Warsaw.
The blade is flat with the lightly shown, one side feather. One side of the blade have symbolic ornament – shield arms and Polish eagle with the crown. Below engraved "FOR HONOR OF FATHERLAND" (Za Honor Ojczyzny). Other side of the blade are smooth. The hilt is fully closed, in the form of the one cast. The form of the hilt is related with the karabela's. The cross-guard bent inwardly with flower ornament on the background of carp husk. The pommel of the hilt is on the form of eagle head with the crown. The grip is on the form of eagle neck with feathers.
Length: 93 cm
Weight: 1,6 kg
The scabbard made of chrome steel with two rings.
Between the rings is the stylized monogram WS.
Decorative Polish sabre.