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Denna modell användes 1812 för att sabrera champagneflaskor, och gör det fortfarande.

French Infantry Sabre, Type Briquet

During the Napoleonic era, this French infantry sabre was very popular all over Europe. It is said that, in 1812, the famous French emperor invented the tradition of sabrage, a technique for opening a Champagne bottle with a sabre for celebrating his victory of a battle.

The French word briquet means flintstone, probably a humorously neologism for this sabre.

The sabre features a forged, unsharpened high carbon steel blade. The hilt parts are cast of brass. The delivery includes a matching scabbard with brass fittings.

– Blade length: approx. 61 cm
– Max. blade width: approx. 3.1 cm
– Overall length: approx. 78 cm
– Weight incl. scabbard: approx. 1.1 kg

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Dimensioner 78 cm

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