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My new German Cavalry Sword, Model 1811

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    wow stuka, i'm glad you could research the name. amazing find.
    andrew

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    Had some help, and it appears that it could be for the Danish market, has these types were popular then.
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    Kris Sunday market at Ciney,

    Jean

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    Yes, indeed Jean!
    But I would better go to sale then to buy!!

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    A other medieval looking sword; made by a French factory who started bussiness in 1830.

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    Wow ! Really like that one Kris ! !

    What is it then, official, repro or commemorative ?
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Copying old styles was a tradition back in the late 19 th century.
    Most famous French copieur 's name escapes me,but thise was made by a small factory called "Balb" at St Etienne.
    These is a middle Ages copy,refered to as "Croisette Moyen-Age" made for display,theater props or what ever the buyer would want it for.
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    When I was a teenager, my first love was blades. Fighting knives, hunting knives, swords ect.
    I quickly found out that they were waaaaaaay more expensive than what I could afford.
    However I did pick up 3 old "Lodge" swords. All are fairly old 1830s to 1920s and display
    well but not really worth anything. But still kind of fun.
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    They sure are!
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    Quote by stuka f View Post
    Seems like thise one was a very much handled weapon with a long history!
    Still working on his resumé!

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    A M seems to stand for Artillerie Munitionskolonne!
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