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Weyersberg/Eickhorn 1711?

Article about: I'm going to lead with my conclusion that this Hirschfanger is a humped up post war piece. It has a Weyersberg etch. An Eickhorn 1711 appearance. A clamshell with pebbled background. I was s

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    I'm going to lead with my conclusion that this Hirschfanger is a humped up post war piece.
    It has a Weyersberg etch.
    An Eickhorn 1711 appearance.
    A clamshell with pebbled background.
    I was suspicious about the extra carving behind the grip emblem.
    Some say an elongated acorn tang nut is indicative of a post war piece.
    I cannot see how many elk antler points are in the chapel.
    I thought it was an Eickhorn 1711 at first glance.
    What are your thoughts?
    Weyersberg/Eickhorn 1711?
    Weyersberg/Eickhorn 1711?
    Weyersberg/Eickhorn 1711?
    Weyersberg/Eickhorn 1711?

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    Typical post war Eickhorn
    Corned background on the muscel, large Pommelcap rim, they removed the etched logo and replaced it with the Weyersberg Logo.
    There is also missing 1 stag in the antler of the deerhead pictured on the lower fitting of the scabbard only postwar Eickhorn have these version.

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    Ger
    Last edited by gerrit; 04-16-2024 at 05:53 PM.

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    A fairly determined attempt to defraud it would seem.

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