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Sword Langets - An Aid to Manufacturer Identification -- Eagles of the TR

Article about: Hi All, This is an experimental thread intended to do what it says on the tin or rather in the title. As a sword collector myself, I have noted the relatively large number of swords that tur

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    Sword 30 (127) Manufactured by the firm Paul Seilheimer Solingen with a Political Eagle.


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    Sword 31 (151) The manufacturer of this sabre is not known as there are no markings on the blade It is a standard army pattern sabre with a stumpy wing Political Eagle.


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    Sword 32 (63) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a standard army pattern sabre with a Political Eagle.

    I have used this thread to compare the langets etc with all the other Political Eagle pattern swords and believe that the thread works as the sword listed at No 30 Sword 127 by Paul Seilheimer has a number of identical features such as the langets, ferrule and back strap. One minor variation is the eagle head which faces the opposite way. I now consider this to be an unmarked Seilheimer sabre?


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    Sword 33 (141) The manufacturer of this sabre is not known as there are no markings on the blade It is a standard army pattern sabre with a Political Eagle.


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    Sword 34 (77) The manufacturer of this sabre is not known as there are no markings on the blade It is a standard army pattern sabre with a Political Eagle.


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    Sword 35 (176) The manufacturer of this sabre is not known as there are no markings on the blade It is a standard army pattern sabre with a Political Eagle. Although there are similarities to other hilt fittings in this thread, none can be said to be identical.


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    Sword 36 (66) The manufacturer of this sabre is not known as there are no markings on the blade It is a standard army pattern sabre with a Military Eagle. There are similarities to Sword 24 (101) to include both the obverse langet eagle and the reverse langetstyle. Other hilt fittings such as the ferrule etc also match this hilt. In my opinion, there are sufficient similarities to suggest that this sword is by the firm of FW Holler??


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    Sword 37 (146) The manufacturer of this sword is not known as there are no markings on the blade. It is a standard army pattern sabre with a Political Eagle.

    I have used this thread to compare the langets etc with all the other Political Eagle pattern swords and believe that the thread works as the sword listed at No 30 Sword 127 by Paul Seilheimer has a number of identical features such as the langets, ferrule and back strap. One minor variation is the eagle head which faces the opposite way. I now consider this to be an unmarked Seilheimer sabre? There are also similarities with No 5 Sword 78 by the firm of Carl Eickhorn????


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    Anton Wingen.

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    Hi mrfabulous, Thank you for your input and appologies for my very late response. You say Anton Wingen but do not say which sword you are referring to?? I would be grateful for this information and also your reason for this identification please.

    Regards and best wishes Michael Ryan

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