Musketeers' foil of Ana of Hapsburg
  • Musketeers' foil of Ana of Hapsburg

Musketeers' foil of Ana of Hapsburg (110cm)

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Replicas of weapons for decoration, collecting, historical recreation,..

Color: Nickel
With or without scabbard: With scabbard

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The Musketeers group was founded in 1622 by Louis XIII, and has its origin in a regiment of his father, Enrique IV, who used carbines. The term - musketeers - was used to refer to the king's guard in the reigns of Louis XIII and XVI of France. In France, during the Old Regime, they formed the personal guard of sovereigns and presidents.
Louis XIII endowed the musket company, which gave it the popular name of musketeers. The new guard consisted of one hundred musketeers and three officers, divided into infantry and cavalry formations.

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Times or events
17th century
110 cm
Product Weight
1255 g

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