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Article about: I have been trying to learn more about the sword I have (posted under Army Dress Sword). Does anybody have any information on exactly who Paul Weyersberg was? I can find nothing about him on

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    I have been trying to learn more about the sword I have (posted under Army Dress Sword).

    Does anybody have any information on exactly who Paul Weyersberg was? I can find nothing about him on the internet, and have contacted wkc-solingen without a lot of response. Their website has basically nothing for the period just before and during the war, I know the company was pretty much destroyed then.

    Michael

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    Paul Weyersburg a Solingen Edged weapon producer who was established in 1840. This producer pretty much had their hands in all spheres of production
    In 1935 their address was Grunstrasse and then in 1937 Walter Dodde Strasse

    SA
    NSKK
    HJ
    DLV
    Heer
    Luftwaffe 1st and 2nd models
    Paratrooper gravity knives*
    Kreigsmarine 1st and 2nd Models
    Hunting association
    Land Customs
    Postschutz
    RLSB 1st and 2nd Models
    Bayonets of....
    Weimar Police
    NS Police
    Firemans dress bayonet
    Deusche Reichspost
    Swords......
    Army and Luftwaffe
    State and Civil swords
    SS NCO

    Hang tight Michael..I will keep your sword thread at the top and will give our master swordsman Mr Michael Ryan a call in the morning, to take a look at what you have. Regards Larry
    Last edited by Larry C; 06-05-2015 at 10:57 AM.
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    They were also a big maker of the famed Paratrooper Gravity knives.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Thank you all (again) for your help.

    I've got some information on the company, it is the person I am interested in.

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