Sergeant, 11th Hussars by John Lucas, c. 1844.
10th Prince of Wales Own Royal Hussars, watercolor by Henry Martens, 1840.
Curved, single -and false-edged blade, wide fuller, featuring remains of blueing (in patina), with gilt engravings at the forte, atrophy surmounting a cartouche with motto “Vivat Husar”, the effigy of a Hussar on horseback and remains of other engravings at the base, with remains of gilding; brass hilt, elongated and ribbed langets, straight parry quillon, grooved guard; long, smooth and outlined cap; checkered and outlined, ebony grip. Brass scabbard with two rings.
A hussars fur busby, in tin storage box by J B Johnstone, Dublin and London, and an ostrich egg
Interior av raksalong, kvinna rakar hussar officer by Vilhelm Jakob Rosenstand (Danish 1838-1915)