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WWII Diplomats sword? Please help with ID

Article about: by kfssir I also suggest a court sword, carried by a 'high sheriff' or person who 'could' (allowed too) wear court dress. The modern equilivent would cost upwards of 1500 new. Paul British

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    Quote by kfssir View Post
    I also suggest a court sword, carried by a 'high sheriff' or person who 'could' (allowed too) wear court dress. The modern equilivent would cost upwards of 1500 new.

    Paul

    British type but could be forign manufactor
    I have found an example that shows it may well be German made - at least the blade anyway! I have found this example for sale on Ebay - It's listed as a 19th Century British English Military Dress Sword. The Germany stamped on the blade would indicate very late 19th to mid 20th - Could be just a coincidence, but I have what I believe to be a late 19th US fraternal sword with the same lettering 'Germany' stamped on ricasso.
    19th Century British English Military Dress Sword Rapier | eBay

    In any case, It's nice to find a match with at least some mark!

    Thanks again for all help here.

    Kind regards,
    Chris
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    Hi Chris, Thank you for your message and photos. Yes, it is a nice looking sword and a pretty good match for yours but alas I still have not located any info on it or that particular style/pattern sword. I will keep my eyes open though.
    Cheers Michael R

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