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    Hello . I Wonder can someone 'older' tjen me, please help me? And tell me something about this sword? Is it real? Maybe some mote knowledge?
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    An authentic Third Reich standard Army officer's sabre, of the Dove Head type.

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    Quote by Anderson View Post
    An authentic Third Reich standard Army officer's sabre, of the Dove Head type.
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    Looking at the shape\linings of the cast it will have a gilded aluminium casted hilt.

    Cheers
    Ger

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    Unusual ferrule band above the guard. Anyone recognize the maker?

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    Petruz could you provide a photo of any producer logo on the blade ricasso if any ?

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    Quote by Anderson View Post
    Unusual ferrule band above the guard. Anyone recognize the maker?
    Typical WKC Pattern nr. 61. Showned in Angolia book page 136.
    Nithing wrong with it, only this damaged handle ...
    Not offen seen in the market.

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    Quote by radko7 View Post
    Typical WKC Pattern nr. 61. Showned in Angolia book page 136.
    Nithing wrong with it, only this damaged handle ...
    Not offen seen in the market.
    Well looking at the logo i see th F.W. Höller trademark.

    Ger

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    Quote by gerrit View Post
    Well looking at the logo i see th F.W. Höller trademark.
    Ger
    In Holler period catalog this example is not showing. Angolia in his book show 2 the same examples made by Holler - pattern 61 and WKC (page nr. 97 and 136). Perhaps it is the author's mistake.
    What in my opinion does not speak for the Holler performance is the middle wire, which in all his examples was like a wire harmonica. In the example shown here, we can see an evidently twisted middle wire. Unfortunately, I do not have the original WKC catalog to verify this. Perhaps someone else will help.

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    Okay, Maybe i keep it i really like the colours,

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