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Article about: Hello Folk's, I hope everyone is well. I was putting some flight goggles away and I ran across this troddel I have. Could someone please tell me who used this color combo. If you have a link

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    Hello Folk's,
    I hope everyone is well.

    I was putting some flight goggles away and I ran across this troddel I have.

    Could someone please tell me who used this color combo. If you have a link to a chart, I would appreciate it!!

    Troddel/Sword knot ID
    Troddel/Sword knot ID
    Troddel/Sword knot ID


    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Heer NCO if I recall.

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    I agree, Heer NCO..

    If the leather tab was blue-grey it would be a Luftwaffe NCO Faustriemen..

    Source: Seitengewehr: History of the German Bayonet 1919-1945 by George T. Wheeler. Page 293

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    I had this in my files for a while now, probably not what you need and not sure of the years of this diagram, but here it is nontheless.. G
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    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Thank you Gent's for the quick answer.
    And the chart Gwar. I have another one in another footlocker I have to ID.

    This is a crappy pic of my Panther head sword.
    I used to have that troddel on it when I had it displayed.

    Since this is an NCO troddel would it still be correct on this sword???

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    Or keep it in the Footlocker???

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    That looks like a Paul Seilheimer Lions head. Great looking sword and could have been purchased by an NCO so it is possible that knot could have been on that sword.

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    Quote by 396l35 View Post
    That looks like a Paul Seilheimer Lions head. Great looking sword and could have been purchased by an NCO so it is possible that knot could have been on that sword.

    WOW!
    Great eye!! Yes it is a Paul Seilheimer. Or Did you see me post this before???
    . I always thought it was a Pantherhead..

    But Thank you very much 396 for that possibility.
    I like it!

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Paul Seilheimer was the only one that I know that has that back strap with the acorn point. Great looking sword and is it marked with the makers logo?

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    I thought I had better have some pic's ready when you ID'ed the maker.
    Your Good!!

    Thank you for that additional info about PS swords.

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    Semper Fi
    Phil
    Last edited by AZPhil; 12-08-2020 at 04:34 AM.

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    Quote by AZPhil View Post
    I thought I had better have some pic's ready when I you ID'ed the maker.
    Your Good!!

    Thank you for that additional info about my PS sword.

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    Semper Fi
    Phil
    Nice looking blade. Mine has the other logo but I like the one you have more. Great stuff for sure.
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