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New Sword...Eickhorn Field Marshal Series - Wrangel

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    Default New Sword...Eickhorn Field Marshal Series - Wrangel

    Greetings...Over the weekend I added 2 swords. Nothing rare here at all but thought I would share pictures of it. The other one I will shoot tomorrow by Alcoso. These well decorated swords are a pleasure to take pictures of. Love the craftsmanship of Eickhorn's pieces and the fine details. Hope you enjoy. Rossi

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    Slowly getting the set Mate?

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    Slowly getting the set Mate?
    "WWII Militaria collecting has no cure and the only medicine is to collect more" - My Opa

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    Very nice Kirk. And great photos.

    Is the troddle original to the sword? Fantastic condition.
    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

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    Quote by MAP View Post
    Very nice Kirk. And great photos.

    Is the troddle original to the sword? Fantastic condition.
    Thanks Michael, Sword has just slight wear and would rate near mint to excellent. The troddel very little wear as well. The seller claimed it was original troddel to the sword. Either way both are overall in pretty nice condition and match up as far as quality grade companion pieces I felt. I will post another one tomorrow that is an Army Officer from Alcoso I also picked up. Night bud! Rossi
    "WWII Militaria collecting has no cure and the only medicine is to collect more" - My Opa

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    I don't know Kirk. Doesn't that scratch on the scabbard really bother you........


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    Very nice sword, I own a mint Wrangel also with the original felt hilt cover, definitely one of my top items ! Congrats!

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    Good looking sword
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    Hi Kirk..great acquisition..and as far as fancy is concerned ..The German artists who designed these Swords, Daggers, Uniforms Medals.,, etc, were on top in Craftmanship.
    A nice standing rack of 12 in your display room would be a great addition to what you have already amassed. I have seen your style in your collection.

    Regards Larry
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    Quote by Larry C View Post
    Hi Kirk..great acquisition..and as far as fancy is concerned ..The German artists who designed these Swords, Daggers, Uniforms Medals.,, etc, were on top in Craftmanship.
    A nice standing rack of 12 in your display room would be a great addition to what you have already amassed. I have seen your style in your collection.

    Regards Larry
    Thank you Larry. Very gracious.
    "WWII Militaria collecting has no cure and the only medicine is to collect more" - My Opa

    Collection Website: http://www.tothehiltmilitaria.com/
    Collection Video: https://youtu.be/Kexpyo4G7ts
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