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    Mensur schlager!

    What a wonderful name! The picture you paint for me, regarding the duallers protective gear, gives me the sense, it may be somewhat older than I`d imagined.What is your guess on it`s age? Also, is it...
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    Help!

    I posted another enquiry and pix to the same page I`d been chatting to Rob, W.L, on, but new sword/topic etc. Can that be slotted in somewhere else, for more to see? Sorry I even provided pix this...
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    Cheers Glen!

    Thanks for the advice Glen, it`s my " I.T," in-eptness, that fails me I`m afraid,nothing more. Thanks again!
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    Moved? Where/why was my Q. moved?

    Gday, can you explain what the" moved " icon, reperesents, and where was I moved to? R. Wilkinson-Latham, has answered two questions for me, in terriffic fashion, but am still confused! Was my last...
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    Old duelling sword?

    97153 Here is the other sword, which has always been a part of the furniture at my fathers house. A long thin, tapering blade, is 33 in long, and tapers from 3/4 in to 3/8 in. Always refered to as...
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    Cheers and apologies!

    Thanks very much for the reply, and apologies for incorrect stamp order. I will send photos asap. It does appear to be two Ds though, seperated by an arrow, and neglegted to mention an M, on the...
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    P 1885 stamp id?

    Recently got a bit more interested in two British cavalry swords, on my dads wall, for as long as i can remember! I presume them to be 1885 pattern, as they are stamped /89, and display an apparently...
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