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Eickhorn Solingen German Sword

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    Hello,
    Can anyone tell me what kind of swords these are? I was given these by a family member who said their Father brought them home from WWII
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    They look like your run of the mill NCO/ officer HEER dress swords

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    Are they worth anything?

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    Good afternoon

    These 02 swords are german Parade swords for HEER officers ...

    The manufacturer is the same for both : Carl EICKHORN. These 02 models are called "Wrangel" and "Derfflinger" following famous prussian generals ... THese 02 belong to a serie of 09 swords known as the "Field Marshall" series.

    Both seem to be early models made of brass. The wrangel is rather common but the Derfflinger is more scarce.

    More info here : Eickhorn Field Marshall Swords Identification Gallery

    Best Regards

    K.

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    Wrangel - 500$

    Derfflinger" - 750$

    Hope that helps

    K.

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    Couple of real beauties you have there. Thanks for sharing.

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    They look good to me. Attracted to swords early on - one of things that I really liked with these kinds of swords is the relative lacking of fooling around/faking that unfortunately seems to have permeated many areas of TR collecting sometimes with fakes/fantasy items. Best Regards, Fred

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    Anyone know what a german ww2 police sword is going for these days? I have a really nice one I intend on selling. Maker I believe is F.W.Holler

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    Anyone know what a german ww2 police sword is going for these days? I have a really nice one I intend on selling. Maker I believe is F.W.Holler
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