sabretache

A decorated flat pouch suspended from the belt of cavalry officers and worn until the early 20thC.
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Sabretache

A sabretache is a flat bag or pouch, which was worn suspended from the belt of a hussar cavalry soldier together with the sabre. ==Origins== The sabretache is derived from a traditional Hungarian horseman`s flat leather bag called a tarsoly. Early examples have been found the tombs of Magyar warriors from the 10th century Conquest of Pannonia. Th....
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sabretache

A decorated flat pouch suspended from the belt of cavalry officers and worn until the early 20thC.
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sabretache

satchel suspended from cavalry officer's belt
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