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5th (Pomeranian) Hussars "Prince Blücher of Wahlstatt" M89 Degen

Article about: Hey guys. Here is a woodwork buy I made last week. A neat double engraved sword and a very nice unit inscription. Looks to be after 1906 by the 1 ring on the scabbard... but that's about all

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    Hey guys. Here is a woodwork buy I made last week. A neat double engraved sword and a very nice unit inscription.


    Looks to be after 1906 by the 1 ring on the scabbard... but that's about all my research can tell me.

    Opinions and information would be appreciated.

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    That is a nice one friend. I have always liked Hussar items.

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    I can't help much but to say that, that is a very nice sword.
    Nicely done blued panels.
    gregM
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    great sword very nice.

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    It is a very nice regimentally marked private purchase version of the M1889 pattern cavalry sword for wear off duty. With the unit history going back to 1758 it of course is much later and very likely circa WW I vintage or a little earlier (as has already been commented on). Which was a period when the M1889 more or less became a universal patten cavalry sword for many German cavalry formations (and states as some other national armies also did as the role/mission of the cavalry was being transformed). Best Regards, Fred

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