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  1. wasn't that piece on auction lately?

    wasn't that piece on auction lately?
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    I think these symbols were just very fashionable...

    I think these symbols were just very fashionable in central Europe, France, Austria, Prussia at the time. No particular coat or arms or meanings
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    Just very nice and fine....great piece. The...

    Just very nice and fine....great piece. The counterguard is unusual in style but suits very well here I think
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    Impressive to still find such an arsenal. could...

    Impressive to still find such an arsenal. could the sword be traced to certain units and thus battles?
  5. Hello Morten, this is German (Mecklenburg) 18th...

    Hello Morten, this is German (Mecklenburg) 18th century. Best regards
    Frank
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    This is the Dutch Navy

    This is the Dutch Navy
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    Sticky: Very nice piece. I absolutely agree on timing and...

    Very nice piece. I absolutely agree on timing and English origin. Regarding material I know pieces out of brass with silver inlays....so that seems similar. Best frank
  8. Yes this is most probably military, but not a...

    Yes this is most probably military, but not a pattern that I could directly map to a state. Looks German or French/Northern European to me.
  9. Very nice. And indeed unusual to see a KD89...

    Very nice. And indeed unusual to see a KD89 blade...but it seems to fit that hilt.

    M+D I have once heard to be Max Dinger, a renowned smith

    Best regards
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    The sword is allright in my view...it was once...

    The sword is allright in my view...it was once apart but the blade fits that hilt in style and period. I it is a nice sword.
  11. Very nice! Could the fish be French for the...

    Very nice!

    Could the fish be French for the dauphin?

    Best,
    Frank
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    This is German (state of Baden) 18th century, I...

    This is German (state of Baden) 18th century, I think cavalry shortened and parts of the guard removed. Nice anyway
  13. Some more pictures would help...but probably a...

    Some more pictures would help...but probably a Prussian Infantry Officer's sword ca. 1840-1870
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    Hello, I know this simply style blackened as an...

    Hello, I know this simply style blackened as an English mourning smallsword. Very nice and elegant indeed it is.


    Kind regards
  15. Thread: Sword ID help

    by Frank WR
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    The most important differences are in the...

    The most important differences are in the manufacture of the different parts....if you post more pictures (see my PM) I am happy to try an opinion.

    Cheers
  16. Thread: Sword ID help

    by Frank WR
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    Nice find. This is a German Saxon sword from the...

    Nice find. This is a German Saxon sword from the 18th century. It is an AR for Augustus Rex. There are copies of these around so it can be original or not, it is hard to say.
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    This is the model for light infantry officers....

    This is the model for light infantry officers. Nice find!
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    This is a civil court or smallsword,...

    This is a civil court or smallsword, ca.1780/1800, most probably English but may also be French
  19. Hello, can you post some pictures?

    Hello, can you post some pictures?
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    Very nice, congratulations!

    Very nice, congratulations!
  21. Sorry...ist sold

    Sorry...ist sold
  22. For sale: Austrian Hungarian hussar cavalry sabre sword model 1768

    Great heavy Austrian or Hungarian hussar sabre model 1768 as used in the second half of the 18th century and the following wars against revolutionary France.

    The blade with the Austrian double...
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    Nithing to add regarding the blade...but a very...

    Nithing to add regarding the blade...but a very nice hilt as well I would say !!
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    German Imperial sword from either Hessia or...

    German Imperial sword from either Hessia or Baden. Best regards
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    Just from the blade tang I suppose this blade...

    Just from the blade tang I suppose this blade belongs to a rapier ca. 1550-1650, which fits to what this sword is offered to you
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