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An Aid to Manufacturer Identification -- Other Langet Designs

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    Sword 46 (46) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a standard army artillery pattern sabre.

    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 13 Sword 175 by Carl Eickhorn has a number of identical features such as the langets and back strap. I now consider this to be an unmarked Eickhorn manufactured sword?


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  3. #52

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    Sword 47 (112) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a standard army cavalry pattern sabre.


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  4. #53

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    48. Sword 125 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 is an ordnance issue weapon but does not visibly bear any manufacturer's logo or other markings.


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    Last edited by Michael Ryan; 10-18-2014 at 05:25 PM.

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    Sword 49 (147) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a standard army artillery pattern sabre bearing a monogram and Baronial coronet on the reverse langet


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    Sword 50 (19) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a standard Army Artillery pattern sabre.

    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 3 Sword 124 by WKC has a number of identical features such as the langets etc. 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 51 (100) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a standard Army Cavalry pattern sabre. Note, the holes in the obverse langet are where a guard or other special insignia had been attached.


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    52. Sword 195 The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. 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.


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    Sword 53 (111) The manufacturer of this sabre is not known as there are no markings on the blade It is a standard army pattern sabre with a Military Eagle. Sword 7 (13) is in vertually, all respects, identical to this sword. The only significant variation between the two weapons is the obverse langet which features sabres and lances vis crossed sabres. In my opinion, there are sufficient similarities to suggest that this sword is by the firm of Carl Eickhorn??


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    Sword 54 (179) 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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