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Engraved puma sword

Article about: here are a couple shot of my engraved sword and bayonet. The bayonet is made by Eickhorn . Gary

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    I hear you Ralph.

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    That is really nice.
    Great buy!
    Cheers, Ade.
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    A very nice earlier vintage TR sword with the added bonus of an etched blade, with its original patina still intact. Which (if it was going to be cleaned) IMO should be done very very lightly to not only preserve the overall appearance of a legitimately aged period item, but also to preserve the remaining original gilt finish which is sometimes damaged in trying to make it look as new (aka - "tarting up"). Best Regards, Fred

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    What do you think cav or artillery officer sword

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    Quote by RH1941 View Post
    What do you think cav or artillery officer sword
    From the etching on the blade - probably (horse) mounted field artillery. Best Regards, Fred

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    Fred all this blade will get is a vert light coat of oil and a very soft cotton towel. Gary

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    Stunning find..very nice..What pattern is this sword? Regards Larry
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    Larry don't know . I've been told its a very early sword.

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    Well this is a sword I realy like!
    I have never seen this Stylistic Eagle before, i think its a beauty
    Great preserved Field artillery etch.
    This is the way i like swords to be, just enough wear and with a great blade.
    I certainly would have bought it myself if i had the opportunity!
    Thx for showing this beauty.

    Cheers Ger
    Last edited by gerrit; 02-03-2014 at 09:17 AM.

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    Thanks Ger for the kind words on this sword.

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