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Thread: Generic model 1822 cavalry sabre

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    Generic model 1822 cavalry sabre

    Selling due to getting grief from the wife about buyings swords outside my field of collecting again.

    Sword & scabbard in excellent condition, no nicks to blade, no bends or creases in blade or scabbard, please feel free to email or pm for pics (as not sure how to attach pics on this). $350 or best offer
    Cheers,
    Aleck

    Also might be selling Japanese 1886 cav sabre if cant talk her round
    http://s1197.photobucket.com/albums/aa434/sawdoc34/
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    Last edited by A. eRRINGTON; 11-22-2010 at 09:59 AM. Reason: wrong date in title
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    Do you mean to list this as an 1822? You have it listed as an 1882. You should be able to attach pictures just as you have in your other requests for information.

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    Hi Glen,
    thanks for pointing out the typo, think I have rectified it now mate.
    Cant just browse files on my laptop as in forum, it wants http: or something of pic & kids arent here to show me how If its not made of wood its no good to me bud
    Cheers,
    Aleck
    Dulce et decorom est pro patria mori

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    Hi Aleck,

    managing attachments

    (something you managed to do in other threads) use either the paper clip (attachments) or the Manage attachments link below the text entry window. The request for an http is because you are clicking to link a photo on the net. That is the little landscape icon, not the attachment paper clip. NOte in the manage attachment section that you can elect to upload from your computer, or transload from an image url. If you upload from your drive, the sustem will auto matically size the image to its limit. Transloading from another url (http://blah.blah.pic) to the manage attachment is limited to 100kb. Using the landscape icon (where you see the http://pop up) is for presenting pictures that have been hosted on another webspace.

    Needless to say, this may be more information than you need to attach photos but is as complete as I can make that in simple text. Your view of a page may differ from what I have attached here but has the same information and process more or less outlined.

    Also note that information on the sword type was previously presented, along with my own disclaimer that I am by far, not an expert on the type and have already written as much (and more) than I am truly able to time and again if not noticed the first time.

    If you are having problems with the forum's format, spend some time in the test section (first find the forum index) fooling around with the different options.

    Good luck with the sale.

    Glen
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    Hi Glen,
    sorted now, not sure how I missed the manage attachments icon but once again you have saved the day.

    Many thanks for all your help,
    Cheers,
    Aleck

    Email- Sawdoctors1969@aol.com
    Ebay & Specialist Auctions ID (feedback check purposes)- SAWTROUBADOUR69
    Last edited by A. eRRINGTON; 11-22-2010 at 05:12 PM. Reason: email address & ebay feedback check
    Dulce et decorom est pro patria mori

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