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    here are a couple shot of my engraved sword and bayonet. The bayonet is made by Eickhorn . Gary
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    Beautiful sword. A center peice in any collection. Wish I had one in mine! Congrats

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    Thanks wharfrat57 for looking I'm still looking for the right spot to place it. I'm still in the honeymoon phase with this sword I just cant put it down . Gary

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    Hi Gary, You have made an old man very envious!! The sword is indeed a cracker and one that I would buy without hesitation. I have been collecting swords for quite a few years and have never seen the military eagle presented in this fashion before. Unique I do not know, rare yes without a doubt. In my opinion, the langet, guard, pommel, back strap and cross guard are all of the highest quality and beautiffuly executed. A realy nice find, congratulations!! Oh, and if you are still looking for "the right spot to place it" I would be happy to place it in my sword room for you!!
    Cheers and happy hunting Michael R

    PS The blade is also rather nice!!!!!!!

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    Thanks for looking Michael. I have spent some time looking at this sword since I bought it every time I look at it I see something new on it. She is far from mint but has a very safe home now. I've talked to the seller and she was telling me she had an "expert" look at it and he told her it wasn't a very good sword not worth much. Gary

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    Hi Gary, The world is full of experts!! And most of them are self proclaimed!! Cheers MR

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    Yes it is

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    I was bored today so I broke out all my German swords.
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    Love them all!
    But your last one is so special!
    |<ris
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Yes I agree Kris but I didn't want the other swords to feel bad Gary

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