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German portepee on Danish sword ?

Article about: This one caught my eye... It's a Danish sword with what looks like a German portepee ? The cord is approx 45cm, without the knot. What do you guys think ? Best HB

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    Default German portepee on Danish sword ?

    This one caught my eye...
    It's a Danish sword with what looks like a German portepee ?
    The cord is approx 45cm, without the knot.
    What do you guys think ?
    Best
    HB
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    Default re: German portepee on Danish sword ?

    Lets see the sword, HB!

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    Lets see the sword, HB!
    Here it is...
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    "Protepee"

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    Default re: German portepee on Danish sword ?

    Looks like an army portepee, seems to be the right length, 43cm approx
    cheers Ronnie

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    That was what i thought too, maybe it's streched a bit...
    I'm thinking of buying the sword and selling the portepee. What's a fair price, collector to collector ?
    For the portepee i mean...
    Last edited by hbhansen; 05-10-2012 at 09:49 PM.

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    The sword has arrived.
    After I paid the money, the former owner told me that the son of the original owner, was fighting on German side in WWII. He probably brought the portepee with him home and later on attached it to his father's sword. Interresting ! So Idid a little research and got the name of the son. Are there any list on foreigners fighting with the germans ? Or any other way, I can find some more info ?
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    Default re: German portepee on Danish sword ?

    Some of the DNSAP members were in the Bovrup file, if you can gain access to that.
    Of course not all DNSAP members are in that file, nor were all Danish volounteers in the German armed forces members of the DNSAP

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    Some of the DNSAP members were in the Bovrup file, if you can gain access to that.
    Of course not all DNSAP members are in that file, nor were all Danish volounteers in the German armed forces members of the DNSAP
    Thanks alot Scout, did a search on the "Bovrup kartotek". Looks promising. Now I just have to gain access to it...

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    By the way... I think the sword is a shooting price.. Makes it little more attractive

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