Light Cavalry Sabre (1796 Design) with steel scabbard

The light cavalry sabre model from 1796 blade shape is actually originally derived from the Indian talwar; and it was one of the most widespread weapons among the Prussians and the British (who in 1815 inflicted a crushing defeat upon Napoleon's army at Waterloo). More information...

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Light Cavalry Sabre (1796 Design) with steel scabbard

The sabre was so feared on the battlefield it was still used by German army units due to its effectiveness until the 20th century

The blade of our replica is made of unsharpened spring steel, and comes with a matching steel sheath with a steel support ring. A fantastic piece of military history.


  • Material: Spring steel EN45
  • Overall length: approx. 95.5cm
  • Blade length: approx. 83cm
  • The blade is not sharpened
  • Including steel scabbard
  • Weight (without scabbard): approx. 1320 g

Specs may slightly vary from piece to piece.

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