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This Political Eagle sword... Please I need your comments

Article about: Just got this sword in a huge collection of ww1 / ww2 items. Please let me know what you think. No scabbard with this one. Nice engraving all over the blade. Real or Fake.

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    Default This Political Eagle sword... Please I need your comments

    Just got this sword in a huge collection of ww1 / ww2 items.

    Please let me know what you think.

    No scabbard with this one.

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ID:	934041 all over the blade.

    Real or Fake.

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    no expert but looks ok to me.

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    Interesting! I've never seen one like this. It's a shame about the missing piece on the grip. Is there a maker mark/logo on the ricasso?

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    Eickhorn Field Marshall series, "Prinz Eugen". Rare to find with an etched blade.

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    Never mind this picture, I put it by mistake...

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    Prinz Eugene Field Marshall Series 1765. Tom Johnson has one on his website for 1595.00 on sale on consignment. Eickhorn is the maker on his as well. Have not seen an etched blade on these in my travels but looks okay. Etched blade looks to be period to me. Is it the lighting or does the recesses of the blade have a gold wash to them?


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    Political Eagle sword:
    it is not a political eagle!!
    "Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
    zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916

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    Gast...I still remember the beauty you posted last April...just WOW! One sword I am going to get some day.


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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    no expert but looks ok to me.
    Now thats scary !! and contradicting.

    " The Best of the Worst " thread may be just what your looking for
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