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Article about: Hello Can someone identify the type od swoed in the pictures...? Please. The sword was founded on Isonzo front many years ago... Thanks.... Sašo

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    Hello

    Can someone identify the type od swoed in the pictures...? Please.
    The sword was founded on Isonzo front many years ago...

    Thanks....
    Sašo
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    Greetings Sašo,

    I would identify it as an Österreichische Säbel für Offiziere der k. k. Infanterie Modell 1837 or an Austrian M1837 Infantry Sword.

    Regards,

    Lance

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    Indeed - Austrian. Notice the curl of the upper guard,
    which is somewhat of a give-away.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Many thank,s Lance!!
    I was convinced that is Imperial German...the style is almost the same...

    Regards...Sašo

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    Quote by lokvar View Post
    Many thank,s Lance!!
    I was convinced that is Imperial German...the style is almost the same...

    Regards...Sašo
    A not unreasonable assumption because the saber is most likely a pre-Imperial era copy of the Prussian M 1811 Blüchersäbel, which itself seems to have been borrowed (the overall design) from the British 1796 light cavalry saber. Best Regards, Fred

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