Re: [sig] Re: Hussar Acessories
- --- Ron Jachim <Ron_Jachim@...> wrote:
> Get in touch with Rick athttp://www.kismeta.com/diGrasse/PolishHorseArtillery.htm
I'm still off of the list and going thru my backmail,
but I just wanted to thank Ron for this link; it turns
out to be a good one, even for those not aiming at
being a Hussar!
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- Hi, I do have a few sabers from studio manufackura in poland. One
hussar, one karabella, and one 'hungarian/cossak' for sale. They
are period appropriate from late 1500s to 1750,
the 'hungarian/cossak' even earlier. studio manufackura sells them
for $280 or so, and they include scabbards. These are real sabers of
good steel, not decorative 'wall art' -Rick
--- In email@example.com, "Ron Jachim" <Ron_Jachim@H...> wrote:
> Get in touch with Rick at
> I do 17th century Polish reenacting & I have a karabella from him
> I am very happy with.
> He also occasionally has hussar sabers from Poland and can get him
> palasz (Polish broadsword) or a koncerz (Polish Hussar rapier-like