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Out of the woodwork SS NCO swords

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    Hi Dixie..crusty but nice..how is the condition of the blade...and could we see a pic beneath the hilt? A "kulturzeichen should be present. Regards Larry
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    Looking good.
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    Nice salty krebs, proper white buffer pad too.

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    Thanks for the comments. The blades are excellent. The swords were stored for many years in a closet. The end-caps have rust. Would cleaning them with simichrome polish be okay? Again, thanks.

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