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Thread: Early Ames And Other's Militia NCO Patterns

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    An addition of example to these swords we watch. Whilst in a browsing mode today, I came across a bit of an answer in seeing this example marked to Horstmann, and stamped Germany.

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    Throughout the pages of this thread, we have regarded timelines and this form determined to be at least back to the 1860s and (to me) it reinforces how many were entirely made in Germany throughout the decades.

    I had to add this as finding it today on Gunderson's pages.
    http://www.gundersonmilitaria.com/swordad.html

    Another we list as a type with early dates marked to Clauberg.
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    J&J has fresh stuff as well.

    I am not planning on the Manville event this year.

    Cheers
    GC
    Last edited by Glen C.; 08-17-2021 at 08:19 AM.

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