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This beautiful Saxonian Uhlan Officer's sword dates ca. 1910. Saxonian swords are understandably scarce, since the Saxonian Army was much smaller in numbers than its Prussian counterpart.
Lion pommel hilt is 100% intact. Hilt is finely decorated with oak leaves, acorns, and a Saxon crest on the knuckle guard. Interestingly, the obverse langet features two crossed Model 1811 light cavalry sabers, in addition to the uhlan lances, all done in great detail. 79 cm-long blade is blemish-free, and is marked on the back HAST & UNDHOFF, DRESDEN. Scabbard has a couple of dings, otherwise perfect.
A beautiful and scarce World War I Saxonian uhlan officer's sword for an advanced collector.