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Hache de sapeur d'infanterie, Royaume d'Italie, Ier Empire (Musée d'histoire militaire de Vienne). Axe of a sapper, Infantry regiment, Italy Kingdom - Ist Empire, Napoleonic wars (Military Museum, Vienna, Austria)..

Hache de sapeur d'infanterie, Royaume d'Italie, Ier Empire (Musée d'histoire militaire de Vienne). Axe of a sapper, Infantry regiment, Italy Kingdom - Ist Empire, Napoleonic wars (Military Museum, Vienna, Austria)..

Hache de sapeur du 4ème Régiment d'Infanterie légère, France - Ier Empire (Musée d'histoire militaire de Vienne). Sapper axe, 4th Light Infantry regiment, France - Ist Empire (Military Museum, Vienna, Austria).

Hache de sapeur du 4ème Régiment d'Infanterie légère, France - Ier Empire (Musée d'histoire militaire de Vienne). Sapper axe, 4th Light Infantry regiment, France - Ist Empire (Military Museum, Vienna, Austria).

SABRE DE SAPEUR D'INFANTERIE DE LA GARDE IMPÉRIALE, PREMIER EMPIRE.

SABRE DE SAPEUR D'INFANTERIE DE LA GARDE IMPÉRIALE, PREMIER EMPIRE.

Arrmy Museum in Brussels

Arrmy Museum in Brussels

Ottoman cekan war hammer, mid-17th century, a type closely associated with the Siege of Vienna in 1683, the finely-wrought steel head of characteristic form with faceted, flaring hammer and curved back-spike, inlaid overall in silver with vine motifs and points together with the Ottoman tamga, the wooden haft covered in textured black leather with embossed lines, the mounts of silver with beaded borders, overall length 71.8 cm.

Ottoman cekan war hammer, mid-17th century, a type closely associated with the Siege of Vienna in 1683, the finely-wrought steel head of characteristic form with faceted, flaring hammer and curved back-spike, inlaid overall in silver with vine motifs and points together with the Ottoman tamga, the wooden haft covered in textured black leather with embossed lines, the mounts of silver with beaded borders, overall length 71.8 cm.

Ottoman gear taken from the battlefield, first siege of Veinna , 1529.  (The Museum Arsenal, Vienna).

Ottoman gear taken from the battlefield, first siege of Veinna , 1529. (The Museum Arsenal, Vienna).

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