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Article about: Hello to all, Here are my two Eickhorn N°1767 LUTZOW heer sabers. This model came out in 1938 either in Brass and Alloy base and here are both versions. 02 LUTZOW next to one another haven'

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    Default Evil Eickhorn twins

    Hello to all,
    Here are my two Eickhorn N°1767 LUTZOW heer sabers.
    This model came out in 1938 either in Brass and Alloy base and here are both versions.

    Evil Eickhorn twins
    Evil Eickhorn twins
    Evil Eickhorn twins
    Evil Eickhorn twins
    Evil Eickhorn twins

    02 LUTZOW next to one another haven't been that often seen since the factory shelf ...
    Enjoy
    K.

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    2 very nice swords Kurt

    Are the the same allow or different ?

    Regards Larry
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    Beautiful and super rare ,congrats

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    Quite something. Not often seen.

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    I like these swords. I just cant believe that amongst collectors swords are much less popular than daggers!

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    Thank you gentlemen !

    @Vocht : Same here, Sabers are unique hand made pieces of art but the majority prefers daggers apparently ...

    @Larry : One is pot metal like the Prinz Eugen model ( saber with 3 stitches portepee ) and the other looking salty is brass

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    Evil Eickhorn twins

    Regards

    K.

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    Really beautiful swords, thank you for showin those to us
    -TJ-

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    Quote by Vocht View Post
    I like these swords. I just cant believe that amongst collectors swords are much less popular than daggers!
    No that hard to explain
    Swords are large, so space is needed, daggers are much easier stored.

    Ger

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    Lovely twins you got Kurt!

    This pattern is not one i have seen before, thanks for schooling me!

    Ger

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