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Court sword for ID please

Article about: G'day collectors , Came across this sword and wanting to know more about it , dark patina on brass and steel , has wear on blade with a few chips . possibly a Regimental Prussian/German Cour

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    G'day collectors ,
    Came across this sword and wanting to know more about it , dark patina on brass and steel ,
    has wear on blade with a few chips .

    possibly a Regimental Prussian/German Court Sword of the 122st WW1 ?

    blade is not stamped .
    37 1/2 inches overall , cross guard is stamped with 122.P.6.2.



    Look forward to some comments
    Many thanks ,
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    That is an Old Pattern Prussian Infantry officers sword - Preußisches Infanterie-Offizier-Degen aA.

    Looking closely at the marking, I think it is R rather than P. If so the unit is Füsilier-Regiment Kaiser Franz Josef von Österreich, König von Ungarn (4. Württembergisches) Nr. 122, Company 6, Weapon 2.

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    Thankyou , well spotted ! , now that I look at it more closely it is a R ,
    From the pictures would you assume it's authentic ?

    Regards,

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    Quote by Australia View Post
    Thankyou , well spotted ! , now that I look at it more closely it is a R ,
    From the pictures would you assume it's authentic ?

    Regards,
    Yes - looks good to me

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    Much appreciated Richie B .

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