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    Sticky: Ok! I've got an email back from...

    Ok! I've got an email back from armsresearch.co.uk, which said that the sword was completed 04. december 1915, the name of the original buyer was E. G. Pease and that he was enlisted in the...
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    Hello John, thank you for the reply. After...

    Hello John, thank you for the reply. After getting tips from the Wilkinson sticky thread I decided to go forth and research the 51123 sword. So I am now eagerly waiting for a name from...
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    Attic-found Kukri

    Hello!

    I was digging through the attic and found this; anyone seen the like and might know the origins?

    140918140919140920140921140922140923140924

    With regards,

    Thomas
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    Sticky: Bryan; Yes, I am very eager to find out more...

    Bryan; Yes, I am very eager to find out more myself and I will of course share the results once I receive them! That is why I've also gotten so intrigued by this maker, the most exciting thing for me...
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    Sticky: Bryan; Thanks for the heads up, I read as much on...

    Bryan; Thanks for the heads up, I read as much on another thread. Because of this I sent him an email first, and he was kind enough to confirm that he actually did find a name linked to the sword.
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    Sticky: Ah, good to know for future reference. I am...

    Ah, good to know for future reference. I am currently filling out a form to Richard Milner, looking forward to some interesting back story!
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    Sticky: Northumberland Fusiliers

    Hello! I got this 1897p Infantry officers sword by Wilkinson with a Northumberland Fusiliers pattern on the blade and a badge on the hilt. I have not been able to find any initials, but there is a...
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    Thank you, Bryan!

    Thank you, Bryan!
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    It looks like a mix up in the attachments, the...

    It looks like a mix up in the attachments, the nr. 51123 is etched on the second sword. The first sword with the 1895p has 212 etched on the spine. I will edit swords into two separate posts to avoid...
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    Now knowing that it was a regimental badge...

    Now knowing that it was a regimental badge sitting on the hilt I was able to discover that it was made for someone in the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, the 5th regiment on foot.
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    Amazing, thank you for the info. That would put...

    Amazing, thank you for the info. That would put the production date of the wilkinson sword right on top of WWI! Here is a close-up of the regimental badge. The same picture can be found on the blade...
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    Thanks for the reply, Mel. It is indeed a norse...

    Thanks for the reply, Mel. It is indeed a norse name, from Norway to be exact. I mainly do my reading on a kindle or ipad, so if the Ebooks are any good I am inclined to buy the books on them. Thank...
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    First time sword owner

    Hello!

    This is my very first post and it is regarding my two very first swords. I collected a small pile of daggers when I was growing up, so the interest has always been there. But I'm completely...
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