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German WWII Army Officers Dress Sword Help

Article about: I was thinking about buying this sword, but I am no expert so I am going to run it by you guys to see if it is a good buy. Is anything wrong or not original to it? Here is the sellers descri

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    Quote by Lt. Martin View Post
    Is the sword above an original? Is it a good deal?
    The sword is good , the price is not exesive!Try to get it, at that price, all costs included.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    it is not expensive.. raither cheap for that kind of swords.

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    Both swords are good. While the price sounds "OK" it is worth shopping around if you are buying a Heer Officers sword. They are not rare and can be found in lots of different patterns. As always, go for the best condition item you can afford.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Quote by Lt. Martin View Post
    I was thinking about buying this sword, but I am no expert so I am going to run it by you guys to see if it is a good buy.

    Is anything wrong or not original to it?

    Here is the sellers description:
    "Original era manufacture. Eickhorn pattern No.1714, Freiherr von Stein. Gilded brass guard & pommel, both decorated with an oakleaf decoration. On the left langet may be seen an Army pattern eagle clutching a swastika. The blade is quite bright and clean and is fairly straight, very slight bend towards the tip. Black plastic covered wooden grip with bright silver plated copper, 3 strand wire wrapping. The undented steel scabbard shows a black paint finish with numerous little chips to the surface. Shows normal wear and use."
    I beleive the sellers description is correct going by Angolia's "Edged Weaponry of the Third Reich"

    René

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