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Article about: My father brought several items back from the war that I intend on selling. He finished the war as commander of the 701st Tank Battalion. I have posted a couple of threads on this site about

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    My father brought several items back from the war that I intend on selling. He finished the war as commander of the 701st Tank Battalion.

    I have posted a couple of threads on this site about an M38 and M40 helmet and really appreciate the responses.

    The pictures are of what I believe is an army dress sword, lion's head, made by Paul Weyersberg. I am of course biased, but the sword looks pristine.

    I would appreciate any information you guys might have on this. German war relics is not exactly my field of expertise.

    Michael Gauss

    bwy, some of the collections I have seen on this site are stunning.


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    If there are any other (or better) view of this that you want please let me know.

    Michael

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    Your father certainly brought back some extremely choice items.The sword even looks to have the original owners initials on it.cheers Paul

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    That is a stunning sword, protected all these years by the cover, the etched blade definatly increases the value, do not except any lowball offers for this one, between the 100% gilting, the monogram, and the etch you have a fairly valuable piece.

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    Minty & Love the Monogram...Very nice!


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    Nice mint army officers dress engraved sword looks like its in a original sword bag beautiful piece. timothy

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    Condition like this goes to prove that Mint items such as this sword and the sharpened eyes of knowledge ( our Swordsmen here ) ..says that a near 80 yr old artifact certainly does not fit into the " relic" category. Items like this speaks in volumes that there are Mint items that are still surfacing. Congratulations on an awesome acquisition and sharing with this community. " Nothing is impossible "

    Surviving Minty condition depends upon the keeper.

    Regards Larry
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    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Wow, that's a beauty, with pretty rare etched blade.
    Is there any marking on the bag ?

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    Quote by stingray View Post
    Wow, that's a beauty, with pretty rare etched blade.
    Is there any marking on the bag ?
    Not that I can find. The bag appears pretty plain.
    Michael

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    THAT is a real beauty all around and I love the bag.. they are hard to find and this one looks like its in great shape! Kevin.

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    What is not to like. Very nice! Best Regards, Fred

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