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    My only other thought on the "double V" W is that...

    My only other thought on the "double V" W is that they might denote Weyersberg, even though the blade may also be stamped as the norm. Let me check some files I have saved, or indeed is in Furr's...
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    I stand by my evidences that show Widmann was...

    I stand by my evidences that show Widmann was importing both entire swords and major parts such as blades. I don't really have anything else to offer re the US Marines patterns, as outlined by...
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    Yes, during email discussion before posting, I...

    Yes, during email discussion before posting, I had come across some Swiss influences

    https://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/a-sabre-with-lion-head-shaped-pommel-723-c-7651aed86d...
  4. Thread: Makers mark

    by Glen C.
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    I have a sword with the same cutler's mark and...

    I have a sword with the same cutler's mark and our Dan R identified it as Georges Léon. I have no information aside from that except the timeline of mine was of the Second Empire period and with a...
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    We often see these twin moons on kaskara/saif of...

    We often see these twin moons on kaskara/saif of northern Africa. I would vote for a repurposed cut down blade.

    http://www.swordforum.com/vb4/showthread.php?46098-Twin-Crescent-Moon-Makers-Mark
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    Eric's thoughts on the hilt shape are spot on. ...

    Eric's thoughts on the hilt shape are spot on. Some are debatable as to stirrup or or P but to me, as soon as you see a "dent" or bulge in the profile, I'd usually not call such a stirrup. D guards...
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    So, that works internally but not from outside. ...

    So, that works internally but not from outside.

    Let's try an arrow

    http://www.swordforum.com/forums/images/icons/icon2.png

    Nope

    Note all the missing icons
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    http://www.swordforum.com/vb4/forumdisplay.php?11-Antique-amp-Military-Sword-Forum

    Ha all the post icons except the light bulb are not resolving
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    The sfi attachment function resizes and...

    The sfi attachment function resizes and compresses even large images automatically. You can also just use the landscape icon above any text entry window to upload and display.

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    From that you get "house of swords walters ????"?...

    From that you get "house of swords walters ????"?

    Ivan wrote

    "Blade looks recently made (or at least recently refurbished - polished, etched and aged).
    Not sure about the hilt"

    What are...
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    Revisiting these Tim. I must have missed the...

    Revisiting these Tim.

    I must have missed the listing you mention. The old Ames swords had all but dried up and then we see a few turn up. This one, for instance

    155042

    I had a few out to...
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    Here are some resized images. All fittings are...

    Here are some resized images. All fittings are ferrous and imo, steel or iron. The plates do appear cast but I believe I may have mentioned cast steel was coming into vogue by the mid 17th century. I...
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    Based on what similar example you might share?

    Based on what similar example you might share?
  14. It was done by a London shop, so those traits...

    It was done by a London shop, so those traits would fit.

    Cheers
    GC
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    So, some first impressions with the sword in...

    So, some first impressions with the sword in hand. No way I would suspect it to be a Victorian or later attempt. The hilt is comprised (as I suspected) as several individual pieces, joined and...
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    I will hopefully have it in hand tomorrow and...

    I will hopefully have it in hand tomorrow and will determine whether ferrous or not. I do hope to sound the grip to determine how hollw it might be. As we were seeing cast steel fittings in the...
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    Thanks Juan, I see a lot of things that might...

    Thanks Juan,

    I see a lot of things that might mark it as a later decorative item but there also seem to be some things looking purposeful, such as the quillion block cross section. The guard...
  18. We'll see in time I guess. In following it after...

    We'll see in time I guess. In following it after the auction, it does appear to have sold.

    I'm immediately having a senior moment but at least one member of the society had received one of the...
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    So right at the start of the indexing, a mouthful...

    So right at the start of the indexing, a mouthful ;)

    Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine

    Page snippets from the above listed book. The book lists 9 examples, 6 with the...
  20. Strange Late Eagle Pommel Society of the Cincinnati?

    This one passed through ebay iver the past weeks. I had never seen one quite like it and it was listed as coming from a member of the society.

    A strange brew. The Maker's family does go back to...
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    Spanish? Transitional Rapier/Smallsword

    Inbound, if everything goes ok. The blade is very pointy.

    Cheers
    GC
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    Fraternal. The Shriners use a phoenix headed...

    Fraternal. The Shriners use a phoenix headed scimitar and this one in the book. IIRC Grottoes of something or something of Grottoes. I'll look later.
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  23. A not so old discussion. There are several here....

    A not so old discussion. There are several here.

    http://www.swordforum.com/vb4/showthread.php?78926-quot-Claymore-quot-again
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    Actually, the Knights of Columbus swords are...

    Actually, the Knights of Columbus swords are readily identified as a bust of Columbus. There are two variations of them The third, a flying eagle on a round pommel.
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    This is not an American fraternal form (including...

    This is not an American fraternal form (including not for The Knights of Columbus). While it may have association with a European fraternal group, or specifically Masonic, there were and are swords...
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