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The Pandour's were irregular troops for Austria during the War of the Austrian Succession
 (1740-48) originally formed by Baron von Trenck.
Their exploits, while effective for a time, became notably troublesome when many
 of these troops became renegades and the units disbanded with von Trenck imprisoned (he committed suicide in prison 1749).
Their fearsome reputation became well known throughout Europe in these times however,
 and motif heralding them in a commemorative sense began to appear as noted, on plug type hunting bayonets around 1750+. 
 As far as I have known, these motif and inscriptions using the term "VIVAT PANDUR" & "V. PANDUR"
 only occurred on these bayonets and on some court type hunting swords of later in the 18th century.

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Item Number-320
Maker-Unmarked V. Pandur
Engraving-None
Overall Length-21.4
Blade Length-16.9
Price-$595.
Item Number-328
Maker- V. Pandur
Engraving-Double, Soldier
Overall Length-23.4
Blade Length-18
Price-$325.
Item Number-343
Maker-V. Pandur
Engraving-Double, Soldier & Iron Crosses
Overall Length-23.4
Blade Length-18.4
Price-$595.
Item Number-344
Maker-Unmarked V. Pandur
Engraving-Double, Hunting
Overall Length-23.1
Blade Length-18.1
Price-$595.
Item Number-349
Maker- V. Pandur
Engraving-None
Overall Length-28.7
Blade Length-23.6
Price-$345.
Item Number-353
Maker-Unmarked V. Pandur
Engraving-Double
Overall Length-29
Blade Length-23.4
Price-$345.
Item Number-365
Maker-Unmarked V. Pandur
Engraving-None
Overall Length-22.6
Blade Length-18
Price-$450.
Item Number-371
Maker-V. Pandur
Engraving-Double, Soldier
Overall Length-22.2
Blade Length-16.6
Price-$795.