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Article about: Hi all, I'm in a possition to buy this sword. Is it an Original german ww2 sword? Please help? Grts Wesley

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    Hi all,

    I'm in a possition to buy this sword.

    Is it an Original german ww2 sword?

    Please help?

    Grts

    Wesley



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    Wesley, It looks that it's most likely OK with a couple of Caveats. The scabbard looking like it may have been repainted, and the blade/hilt maybe some kind of clear lacquer like finish on top of those components?? Or maybe it's just the imaging/lighting that is affecting my sense of them that is at fault? Best Regards, Fred

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    Thanks for the reply.

    It is weapon oil to protect it from rust.


    Grts Wesley

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    Authentic sword, agree with Fred scabbard probably repainted. But nice all the same.

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    Authentic sword, agree with Fred scabbard probably repainted. But nice all the same.
    +1 to both observations. I believe I have an identical one albeit with slightly rusty original scabbard finish. I looked mine up once and if my suspect memory doesn't betray me, I identified it as an Eickhorn Wrangel pattern.
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    Eickhorn forever !
    Good pick !

    K.

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