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An Aid to Manufacturer Identification -- Other Langet Designs

Article about: Hi, Not all of us sword collctors stick to purely TR weapons, I for one also like Imperial and Weimar items and am therefore starting a sister thread to An Aid to Manufacturer Identification

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    37. Sword 194 Although not a langet, cartouches do carry the military insignia of Arm of Service or State etc of the wearer of the sword. They, like langet designs can vary considderably and can aid in the identification of the manufacturer of the sword where no name or logo is shown. This sword by Mohr & Speyer is a Prussian Diplomatic/Government sword.


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  3. #42

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    38. Sword 9 by Samual Hoppe, this is a Bavarian Model 1852 Infantry Officer's sword.


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    39. Sword 74 by WKC. The trade mark is a "W" on its own


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    40 Sword 140. Although not a langet, cartouches do carry the military insignia of Arm of Service or State etc of the wearer of the sword. They, like langet designs can vary considderably and can aid in the identification of the manufacturer of the sword where no name or logo is shown. Even though a very beautiful sword with extensive etching and of very high quality, the sword bears no maker's trade mark, initials or title?


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    41 Sword 120. Although not a langet, cartouches do carry the military insignia of Arm of Service or State etc of the wearer of the sword. They, like langet designs can vary considderably and can aid in the identification of the manufacturer of the sword where no name or logo is shown. This Model 1889 Infantry Officers Sword bears no maker's trade mark, initials or title?


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    42 Sword 110. This Bavarian Infantry Officers Sabre was manufactured by the firm of Carl Eickhorn.


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    Sword 43 (2) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a none standard army pattern sword with a double straight edged blade and a wreath of oak.

    I have used this thread to compare the langets etc with all the other pattern swords and believe that the thread works as the sword listed at No 24 Sword 88 by WKC has a number of identical features such as the langets, ferrule and back strap. The only variation noted is the style of blade. I now consider this to be an unmarked WKC manufactured sword?


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    Sword 44 (137) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a standard army pattern sabre.


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    Sword 45 (178) Although not a langet, cartouches do carry the military insignia of Arm of Service or State etc of the wearer of the sword. They, like langet designs can vary considderably and can aid in the identification of the manufacturer of the sword where no name or logo is shown. This is a senior Postal Official's sword.


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