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Imperial etched sword with Guard Star

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    Hey guys
    I need any information about this blade,thanks

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    If I had to make a judgement - it's that the sword (which seems to be made by WKC) is a dress or walking out version (Extrasäbel) of the n/A M 1856 Preußischer Artilleriesäbel. For one of the Prussian Garde Artillery Field Regiments which IMO is a plus. Nice sword! Best Regards, Fred

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    Thanks Fred,you the man

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    Nice one Ivan, a bit like the triple etched one i have from Alexander.
    This one belongs to: 4. Garde-Feldartillerie-Regiment stationed at Potsdam
    The Corps was headquartered in Berlin, with its units garrisoned in the city and nearby towns (Potsdam, Jüterbog, Döberitz

    Regards,
    Ger

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    Hi Stingray, Frogprince and Gerrit have said it all so all I will say is, another fine piece of historical weaponry. You are turning up some pretty good swords, congratulations!!!!!!!!!!
    Regards and happy hunting Michael R

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    I have a sword with "III Garde Wanen Regiment" the guard star and in smaller script towards the hilt it says "Wilhelm Finke Potsdam" and then a bunch of other stuff I can't make out. Then in the other side says "A. Guildenpfenning 5 &" I'm wondering about its history and dates.

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    Quote by Cwjennings View Post
    I have a sword with "III Garde Wanen Regiment" the guard star and in smaller script towards the hilt it says "Wilhelm Finke Potsdam" and then a bunch of other stuff I can't make out. Then in the other side says "A. Guildenpfenning 5 &" I'm wondering about its history and dates.
    There was a Garde-Ulanen-Regiment Nr.3 headquartered in Potsdam. Other than that - without some pictures it's just making guesses about what it is that you have. Best Regards, Fred

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    Looks like its Ulanen.

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    Hi CW, I agree with Fred, the sword is from III Guard Ulan (Lancer) Regiment. A very nice private purchase sword from what I can see. It would be interesting to see the whole sword and scabbard with additional photos of any other markings on the hilt, blade and/or scabbard.

    Cheers MR

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