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Cap used by 17th Polish-Lithuanian Uhlans Regiment in 1912 (with large Lithuanian Coat-of-arms - "Pogon" in the front. This real size cap was made based on an original from Polish National Military Museum in Warsaw.

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Metal Sign - Checkpoint Charlie Sign at Polart - www.PolandByMail.com

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This 18th century Polish cannon replica is a remarkable 1790 model of the big artillery guns used in the battles. The bronze cannon barrel moves vertically for precision aiming while the wooden ammunition box is removable and features a hinged lid. The wooden wheels are reinforced with steel and roll for the necessary kick back created when the cannon is fired. The wooden sponge rod, primer pole, rammer staff and botefeux stick are all individual and removable. Dims: 14.0" L x 9.5" W x 6.5"…

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The most popular officer sabre, used in Poland until 1939. Made out of leather, steel, wood and bronze. The Polish words "Honor i Ojczyzna" (Honor and Fatherland) and a white eagle are on one side. Includes a silver tassel on silver color ribbon. Total length is 37.5". Metal parts require periodic polishing.

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Polish Sabre with Steel Scabbard, Style 1921-1922 Armor, Swords & Weapons - Military, Memorialbila - By Polish Military Collectible at Polart - PolandByMail

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The buzdygan was a ceremonial baton bared by the colonel as a sign of the officer's authority as the captain of the cavalry. This brass buzdygan was masterfully handcrafted in Poland. The handle is diligently wrapped in alternating red and white corded rope while the flanged head is engraved with ornate designs. Mace measures approx. 19" Long, 2.75" Head Diameter, 1.0" Rode Diameter

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Ceremonial Mace - Colonel's Buzdygan Armor, Swords & Weapons - Military, Memorialbila - By Polish Metal Works - 644527161129 at Polart - PolandByMail

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The 17th century Hussarian Armor was a symbol of the Polish Sarmatiam spirit and utilized the best characteristics of Western and Oriental armors. Fish scale armors were first utilized by Jan III Sobieski's army in the battle of Vienna in 1683. Stands over approx. 6' tall with the wooden stand. Weights approx. 60 lb.

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The flail was an early agricultural implement that was used to separate grain. However, it was soon discovered that it was also excellent tool for battle and war. This single spiked ball flail has a massive 2" ball with a total of 10 spikes measuring 3/4" each. Fully extended, this weapon reaches 38 inches. Width of ball including spikes is 3.25 inches. The wooden handle has metal at each tip, and also a metal strap in the center.

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When not in combat wearing a helmet, infantry units wore this cap for sleek camouflage. These hats also kept the infantry units warm with it's double thickness layers. The front of the hat have a Polish army eagle insignia. Inner layer is equipped with a leather strap.

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When not in combat wearing a helmet, infantry units wore this cap for sleek camouflage. These hats also kept the infantry units warm with it's double thickness layers. The front of the hat have a Polish army eagle insignia. Inner layer is equipped with a leather strap. Size 6 and 7 (55-57 European), or used are available.

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Warsaw Pact Polish Navy/Army Helmet. Steel helmet used by infantry soldiers until Poland joined NATO. Built in 50's and '60s equipped with leather adjustable head support. They have a screw at the top of the helmet and rivets on either side fastening the bale to the inside of the helmet. Shades of green and may have the eagle emblem on the front. The inside adjustable head support is leather in the center with an outer circle of nylon. Come with a mesh net, in new condition…

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