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    Sword 37 (99) Again by the firm of Eickhorn, this item is an Imperial Army Artillery officers sabre.

    The trade mark is a pair of back to back conjoined squirrels over the initials "CE".

    a. Hilt. Plain nickel plated steel with backstrap secured to the blade tang.
    b. Obverse Langet. Plain.
    c. Reverse langet. Plain.
    d. Pommel. Plain dove head.
    e. Blade. Etched, plated with single full size fullers. Etch attributable to "Kurmark. Feldart. Reg. No39".
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single fixed ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard. Fixed rings are usually only found on Imperial German Army sabres.
    g. Rarety. Quite rare.

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  3. #42

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    Sword 38 (104) Again by the firm of Eickhorn, this item is a TR Enlisted sabre of Imperial Army pattern.

    The trade mark is stamped and comprises a single squirrel over the wording "Eickhorn Solingen".

    a. Hilt. Plain nickel plated aloy with backstrap secured directly to the blade tang.
    b. Obverse Langet. Plain.
    c. Reverse langet. Plain.
    d. Pommel. Plain dove head.
    e. Blade. Plain with single full size fullers.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard.
    g. Rarety. Common.

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  4. #43

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    Sword 39 (78) The trade mark on the blade of this sword is a stamped single squirrel holding a sword over the wording "Eickhorn Solingen".
    a. Hilt. Cast in gilded alloy with the backstrap attached using a pair of rivets. The grip is of wood with black plastic covering and a silver alloy wire wrap. The backstrap and ferrule are identical to those of the Eickhorn Field Marshal pattern Prinz Eugen sword. See Sword 33
    b. Obverse Langet. Political Eagle looking to its right superimpsed over a plain outlined shield.
    c. Reverse langet. Shield within an oak wreath all superimposed an outlined shield.
    d. Pommel. Patterned dove head design featuring a Military Eagle surmounting a swastika.
    e. Blade. Plain, plated with single full size fullers.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard.
    g. Rarety. Rare.

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  5. #44

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    Sword 40 (13) The trade mark on the blade of this Cavalry sword is a stamped single squirrel holding a sword over the wording "Eickhorn Solingen". Everything about this sword says Imperial including the pommel, langets, scabbard and blade obverse. Then you look at the trade mark and reverse blade etching which are purely TR. Possibly a family hand down with the reverse blade etched or re etched to reflect the new owner???

    a. Hilt. Cast in gilded brass with the backstrap attached directly to the blade tang. The grip is of wood with shagreen covering and a brass wire wrap.
    b. Obverse Langet. Plain outlined shield encompassing crossed cavalry sabres within a foliage wreath.
    c. Reverse langet. Vertical oval escutcheon within a patterned wreath all on a plain outlined shield.
    d. Pommel. Lion head with red glass eyes.
    e. Blade. Plaited and etched with single full size fullers The etching is attributable to "Kavallerie. Regt. No14" and incorporates a pair of Military Egles in the reverse design.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single fixed ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard. This scabbard is not contemporary with the sword if it is purely TR. If it is a hand down family item then it probably is contemporary. It is a good fit for the blade.
    g. Rarety. Rare.

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  6. #45

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    Sword 41 (64) The following sword is again by Carl Eickhorn and is from the Field Marshal series under the Model Number 1714 von Stein. The trade mark on the blade of this sword is a stamped single squirrel holding a sword over "Eickhorn Solingen".

    a. Hilt. Cast in gilded alloy and the backstrap attached using a pair of rivets. The grip is of wood with black plastic covering and a silver alloy wire wrap. On the underside of the cross guard are the stamped words "GES.GESCH." or patent pending.
    b. Obverse Langet. Military eagle looking to its right superimpsed over what appears to be rising sun rays all on a plain outlined styalised shield.
    c. Reverse langet. Vertical escutcheon on a patterned field and outlined on a styalised shield.
    d. Pommel. Patterned dove head comprising an oak leaf design.
    e. Blade. Plain, plated with single full size fullers.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard.
    g. Rarety. Quite common.

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  7. #46

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    Sword 42 (87) The following sword is again by Carl Eickhorn and is from the Field Marshal series under the Model Number 1714 von Stein The trade mark on the blade of this sword is a stamped single squirrel holding a sword over "Eickhorn Solingen".

    a. Hilt. Cast in gilded brass and the backstrap attached using a pair of rivets. The grip is of wood with black plastic covering and a brass wire wrap. On the underside of the cross guard are the stamped words "GES.GESCH." or patent pending.
    b. Obverse Langet. Military eagle looking to its right superimpsed over what appears to be rising sun rays all on a plain outlined styalised shield.
    c. Reverse langet. Vertical escutcheon on a patterned field and outlined on a styalised shield.
    d. Pommel. Patterned dove head comprising an oak leaf design.
    e. Blade. Plain, plated with single full size fullers.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard.
    g. Rarety. Quite common.

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    Sword 43 (75) The following sword is again by Carl Eickhorn and is from the Field Marshal series under the Model Number 1693 Wrangel The trade mark on the blade of this sword is a stamped single squirrel holding a sword over "Eickhorn Solingen". Other than the backstrap and pommel, this sword is identical to the Sword 34. Model 1710 Blucher.

    a. Hilt. Cast in gilded brass and the backstrap attached using a pair of rivets. The grip is of wood with black plastic covering and a brass wire wrap. On the underside of the cross guard are the stamped words "GES.GESCH." or patent pending.
    b. Obverse Langet. Political eagle looking to its right flanked by foliage all on a plain outlined styalised shield.
    c. Reverse langet. Vertical escutcheon within foliage leaves all within an outlined shield with a staggered rather than a rounded base..
    d. Pommel. Patterned dove head comprising a foliage leaf design.
    e. Blade. Plain, plated with single full size fullers.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard.
    g. Rarety. Quite common.

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    Sword 44 (65) The following sword is again by Carl Eickhorn and is from the Field Marshal series under the Model Number 1693 Wrangel The trade mark on the blade of this sword is a stamped single squirrel holding a sword over "Eickhorn Solingen". Other than the backstrap and pommel, this sword is identical to the Sword 34. Model 1710 Blucher.

    a. Hilt. Cast in gilded brass and the backstrap attached using a pair of rivets. The grip is of wood with black plastic covering and a silver alloy wire wrap. On the underside of the cross guard are the stamped words "GES.GESCH." or patent pending.
    b. Obverse Langet. Political eagle looking to its right flanked by foliage all on a plain outlined styalised shield.
    c. Reverse langet. Vertical escutcheon within foliage leaves all within an outlined shield with a staggered rather than a rounded base.
    d. Pommel. Patterned dove head comprising a foliage leaf design.
    e. Blade. Plain, plated with single full size fullers.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard.
    g. Rarety. Quite common.

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  10. #49

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    Sword 45 (56) Again by the firm of Eickhorn, this item is a TR Enlisted sabre of Imperial Army pattern.

    The trade mark is stamped and comprises a single squirrel within a vertical oval ribbon bearing the wording "Carl Eickhorn Solingen".

    a. Hilt. Plain nickel plated steel with backstrap secured directly to the blade tang.
    b. Obverse Langet. Plain.
    c. Reverse langet. Plain.
    d. Pommel. Plain dove head.
    e. Blade. Plain with single full size fullers.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard.
    g. Rarety. Common.

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    Sword 46 (105) Again by the firm of Eickhorn, this item is an Imperial Army pattern Officer's Sword.

    The trade mark is stamped and comprises a single squirrel o ver the initials "CE"within a vertical oval ribbon bearing the wording "Carl Eickhorn Solingen".

    a. Hilt. Plain polished steel with backstrap secured directly to the blade tang.
    b. Obverse Langet. Plain.
    c. Reverse langet. Plain.
    d. Pommel. Plain dove head.
    e. Blade. Unatributed etched polished steel with single full size fullers.
    f. Scabbard. Standard black steel scabbard with a single fixed ring suspension fitting and loop to the reverse side of the scabbard.
    g. Rarety. Scarce.

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