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Thread: pack ohliger& co

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    pack ohliger& co

    would like to sell, have no ideal of value, all components are stamped with number one. Have seen a couple similar, but not quite the same. magoosa@q.com

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    What?

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    My guess, a German WW1 butcher bayonet. Anyone else?

    Some photos would be great!

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    hope the pitures go thru ,the blade is 32 1/2 " long not a bayonet
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    Please state a price (see rules). Thanks....
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    2000.00 dollars like I said I no clue Ive just seen nothing like it

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    C'mon fella's little feedback here

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    One too many zeros I think. Perhaps if you don't know what it is worth you should place it on a well known auction site and let the market decide.
    Last edited by Ian Knight; 03-11-2012 at 04:23 AM.

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    Does anyone know any thing about this sword, I know its uncommon but someone should know a little bit!

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    the classifieds are for buying & selling. We have other dedicated forums set aside for discussing swords. Which did you want to do??
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    Quote Originally Posted by n luke View Post
    Does anyone know any thing about this sword, I know its uncommon but someone should know a little bit!
    It's a Wuerttembergian Infantrie Officer sword.
    I hope, you can read my English.
    I must use partially a translater .

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    Not rare at all...very common...especially with the folding guard...

    Dale

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