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    Thanks for comments. I belive the sword can be a...

    Thanks for comments. I belive the sword can be a variation of «Sabre d’officier de Cavalerie légère», 291 in Jean Lhoste & Patrick Resek «Les Sabres».155263
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    Any thoughts on this or recommended literature? ...

    Any thoughts on this or recommended literature?

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    Thank you Michael.

    Thank you Michael.
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    French hussar sword?

    Greetings
    Can this be a sword for a french husar officer ca 1800? The blade is 85 cm long wiht a brass scabard.
    Lars
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    Thank you Michael!

    Thank you Michael!
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    Thanks Michael H. I believe you are right. 153565

    Thanks Michael H. I believe you are right. 153565
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    French cavalry saber

    Any thoughts about this? I recon it is from the WW1?
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    Some close up photos:...

    Some close up photos:
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    Propaganda engraving print from 1807

    Hi
    This is a propaganda print from Copenhagen after the second British attack during the Napoleonic wars. The brithis are demolishing a Danish-Norwegian man of war. The text is written in danish and...
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    Hi folks. Here is a picture of the proof book...

    Hi folks. Here is a picture of the proof book from Wilkinson.
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    Thankee Matt. This was helpfull. Economy class...

    Thankee Matt. This was helpfull. Economy class you say? Why not, I recon this swords only purpose was for semony use.
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    No marking alas. Lars

    No marking alas.
    Lars
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    No marking alas. Lars

    No marking alas.
    Lars
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    Identify police cutlass, please help

    Hello
    Can anyone with knowledge of police cutlass help me with this piece. I believe it is a British police cutlass. The blade is 60 cm.
    Sincerely Lars150104150105
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    Wilkinson 1897 from Alkit?

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    This is a sword marked «Indian medical service», and «Alkit Ltd cambridge circus London W.C 2». However, on the scabbard, if it is original, there is engraved «Wilkinson Pall Mal». Could it be a...
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    Thank you for this Jordan! I am impressed. The...

    Thank you for this Jordan! I am impressed. The heir of captain Hawkin was miss Hawkin, acording to Bruun Rasmussen: « Provenance: Carl U. Buch who received it from his hunting companion Higo...
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    This is a photo of a letter from Wilkinson, its...

    This is a photo of a letter from Wilkinson, its tell us this:
    «Sword No 16,886 a Claymore, is a special Highland half basket hilted sword ( C.J. Mitchels pattern) wiht scarlet hilt lining and...
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    Some more photos:149899149900 Lars

    Some more photos:149899149900

    Lars
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    Thank you for this, Mike! I dont have that book,...

    Thank you for this, Mike! I dont have that book, alas. Is there any more information on this sword?
    Sincerley Lars Mamen
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    Half basket hilt

    A Scottish half basket hilt in iron of C. J. Mitchels patent, a double edged blade c 90 cm long with 2 fullers on each side marked HENRY WILKENSON PALL MALL LONDON on one side of the ricasso and star...
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    Sticky: #53 and #57 from mister Ericson

    #53 and #57 from mister Ericson
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    Sticky: Hi I recon this is a "tessak". A sword from...

    Hi
    I recon this is a "tessak". A sword from soutern germany.
    Lars
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    Thank you both. The scabbard is battered and...

    Thank you both. The scabbard is battered and worn. My guess is that it has been used for many years in campains. It is not unlikely that the sword has seen action in South Africa, Sinai or...
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    Why, because of the coat of arms: The lion, the...

    Why, because of the coat of arms: The lion, the horse and the elephant, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CoA_Patiala_1893.png. There was some regiments from Patiala in the Imperial Service...
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