Glaive of “Ecole de Mars”
The guard is in brass, the handle in scales. The cruise is decorated with a Phrygian cap, the quillons are made of iron and end with a brass ball. The blade is double-edged.
As for the wooden and brass scabbard, it is covered with its original felt fabric (here royal blue).
In addition, on the “centuries” model, there is a marking of a lictor beam at the origin of the blade, under the mumps with the Phrygian cap. This marking in a lictor beam on the blade is very important
The last marking, on the scabbard, is a plumb line inside a triangle, and represents “the level of equality”.
An extremely rare weapon in such a state, impeccably preserved, as well at the level of the sword, guard and blade, as of the scabbard! One of the most sought-after and best-rated weapons by collectors on the antique weapon market!
Total length: 66.5 cm
Sword length: 66 cm
Blade length: 58.5 cm