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Swords, Sabres and Imperial during the Third Reich

Article about: Hi All, I have looked at some pretty comprehensive and very interesting collections on the forum but seen little or nothing on German swords. So I thought that I would try and redress the ba

  1. #101

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    Hi Scout, Thank you for your message and kind comments. I would love to sit in the middle of the room!! Problem is I can not find the middle, too much junk to climb over!! how about some photos of your swords, don't br shy!!
    With thanks, regards and best wishes Michael R

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  3. #102

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    Hi Stuka, We do have a lot in common. I too am married to a Martian!! She says that when I die she is going to order a skip for all my "Junk". I'll get her to let you know when it happens. Seriously, thank you for the photo. Even if I can not beg, borrow or steal all the "stuff" I see in other collections, I can at least lust after it so please feel free to send more!! I'll post a few more swords over the weekend. I like your cabinet but those swords at the back look a bit lonely. I know, send them over here to join their mates in my spare room. Now thats a good idea!! LOL Some hope!!!!!
    Cheers for now Michael R
    PS What else are you interested in??

  4. #103

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    Hey Michael,

    not sure i will survive you!! I drive the bike like a mad man, some say!! ;-)
    I didn't show the pic's of your collection to my wife....so to us the swords are NOT (lol!!) that alone!! ;-)
    As a matter of fact i don't realy know how to insert the last one in to the cabinet....I think I'll just put it under the Victorian engineers coat! ;-)
    I am adding the pics of the two other swords hanging on the side;
    My field(s) of intrest is rather wide!! Telephones, buttons, clock's, toys, ...
    I was never after one specific item, what comes, comes! And they come!!;-)
    The only subject that I give more attention to is my Belgian Congo uniforms collection, not just military, also railway, navy and any other compagny's uniforms or parts of it!
    Btw , I have got two nice Belgian Congo army swords!!
    Also anything related to my home town; Antwerp, and in wear of a uniform is very much appreciated!
    A fire men's brass 19 th century helmet is high on my list, I know there is one in the UK somewhere, but i lost track of it....
    cheers
    |<ris
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    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

  5. #104

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    Hi Stuka, Have you got a name?? It is not M Ryan by any chance is it? You sound just like me!!! I collect toys, have got buckets full of buttons, some telephones, one or two clocks but no Congo items Yet!! Thanks for the photos. The swords look a bit tired but hay ho, at least they are real!! What sort of buttons do you collect?
    I'll post you a couple of photos of different bits next week.
    Cheers for now Michael R

  6. #105

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    A few mor swords for those who are still interested!! Cheers Michael R
    PS Number 38 is a German manufactured Eisenhaur sword for the Dutch Army Chheers again MR

  7. #106

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    A few mor swords for those who are still interested!! Cheers Michael R
    PS Number 38 is a German manufactured Eisenhaur sword for the Dutch Army Chheers again MR
    Wandelsabel, they are called! Meaning "walking sword", I have got a similar made by a Dutch factory! I like them ever so much!
    Thanks for showing the other sword's, they are all very nice!

    I collect all kind of buttons; civilian, military from aal over the world. But my mane collection is of course Belgian buttons!
    I have been lobying for quiet a long time to get a button sub forum here on our forum, but in vain.... (lol!!)
    There is a thread called "post your buttons of intrest here", you will find some of my buttons there.
    ps, I don't keep them in buckets!! ;-)
    cheers
    |<ris
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

  8. #107

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    Hi, Thanks for your message. If you want to send me your postal details, I'll send you some British buttons.
    Cheers MR

  9. #108

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    Hey Michael,
    thanks a lot , much appreciated!
    pm send!
    cheers
    |<ris
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

  10. #109

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    This is a Great thread gentlemen...thankyou very much..very informative and professional
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

  11. #110

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    Hi again, A few more swords to view. I hope you are not pig sick of swords yet????

    Cheers Michael R

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