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German imperial Sword, wich model ?

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    Default German imperial Sword, wich model ?

    I am not able to find any reference on this sword, can anyone help ?
    The guard is repainted.
    Thanks
    HB
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    Default Re: German imperial Sword, wich model ?

    Not seen nearly as often as the cavalry or mounted artillery types (it's much scarcer). It's a Preußischer Train-Extrasäbel, which is a dress version of the earlier issue Prussian M 1852 Kavalleriesäbel for soldiers of the horse mounted supply (wagon) "trains" to wear off duty. With the 9th (as we say here: 'right next door to you') being the Schleswig-Holstenisches Train-Batailion Nr. 9. Best Regards, FP

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    Default Re: German imperial Sword, wich model ?

    Thanks frogprince
    I appreciate your help !

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