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Sonntag, 21. Dezember 2014, 06:44

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Säbel Bayern

Hello, Thank you for the interest. Unfortunately, the sword is no longer available, it was sold long time ago. Best regards, iv2006

Dienstag, 8. Juli 2014, 05:14

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Austrian cavalry swords M1845 and M1850

Hello Alex, Thank you for the answer! Yes, the pommel and pommel nut looks slightly unusual. This does not looks like a replacement; can be a variation.

Sonntag, 6. Juli 2014, 23:55

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Austrian cavalry swords M1845 and M1850

Hello all, Thank you for the answers!

Sonntag, 6. Juli 2014, 03:05

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Austrian cavalry swords M1845 and M1850

The whole family

Sonntag, 6. Juli 2014, 03:00

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Austrian cavalry swords M1845 and M1850

Curiously, have received them from different countries during the same week. M1850 is marked Jurman and 1853 on blade, guard and scabbard. M1845 is marked …ssmann (Haussmann?) and has remarkably long blade, almost 91 cm. The scabbard chape is very worn - looks like this sword was carried long time by foot soldier.

Dienstag, 12. November 2013, 20:47

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Säbel Bayern

400 €

Dienstag, 29. Oktober 2013, 18:58

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K.u.K. Kavalleriesäbel M1858

Sale is closed.

Dienstag, 29. Oktober 2013, 09:34

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K.u.K. Kavalleriesäbel M1858

Have been discussed here: M 1858 Kavallerie Mannschaft Säbel Excellent condition. Surface rust have been cleaned two years ago. 800 € incl. shipping

Samstag, 26. Oktober 2013, 13:33

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Säbel Bayern

Bayer. Artillerie-Säbel, überarbeitet Kavallerie-Säbel M 1826. Eisen-Bügelgefäss mit Truppenstempel "B.2.T.P.4.153." Klinke mit "Amberg" stempel. Klingenlänge 89.5 cm, Klingenbreite 3.5 cm. Scheide mit Truppenstempel "3 Ch 3. 65". Preis 450 € inkl. Versand.

Sonntag, 20. Oktober 2013, 15:43

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Experimental pallasch M 1886

is on the way to Sweden. Seems like British cavalry sword M 1908 was completely copied from this experimental Prussian sword

Montag, 14. Oktober 2013, 19:19

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Austro-Venetian kriegsmarine

I have found similar (a bit more complicated, of course) lion on Venetian mints from late 17-early 18th century. Letters AL are probably initials of the sword maker, if they have the same system as the one for mints.

Samstag, 12. Oktober 2013, 10:14

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Austro-Venetian kriegsmarine

Many thanks for the info! I have seen in Erich Gabriel book, that these swords were issued to Austrian navy as M 1802 and thought that they might use Austrian coat of arms for the marking. But apparently they have used old swords with old pre-Austrian arsenal marks.

Freitag, 11. Oktober 2013, 16:01

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Austro-Venetian kriegsmarine

Austro-Venetian naval sword, probably around 1800 or earlier, a close relative of schiavona. Arsenal mark looks like Austrian coat of arms.

Mittwoch, 21. August 2013, 20:10

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Austellung aus meiner Sammlung

Congratulation! I recognize some swords

Freitag, 12. Juli 2013, 17:20

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Austrian cavalry officer's sword p/1869 and p/1904

Hello Alex, Many thanks for the info! I did not know about this difference. Best regards, Ivan

Mittwoch, 15. Mai 2013, 22:02

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Austrian cavalry officer's sword p/1869 and p/1904

Thanks all for the answers! Yes, I was not correct about the title, in Germany barons had seven pearls. I'm not that good at heraldy. Best regards, Ivan

Dienstag, 14. Mai 2013, 23:28

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Austrian cavalry officer's sword p/1869 and p/1904

Both swords aparently belong to the same person and have this person's initials on the pommels (EG). Crown shows that the owner was a baron (freiherr). If he was Hungarian, then the name could be Gyorgy, this would explain also the Saint George on the hilt. p/1904 sword is typical and not so interesting. p/1860 is much better, with perfectly elaborated and detailed Saint George.

Freitag, 3. Mai 2013, 23:02

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Austrian cavalry officer's sword p/1845 with old blade

Regulation p/1845 hilt is mounted with blade from Austrian cuirassier's pallasch around 1720-1750. Old blades are common on Austro-Hungarian officer's swords; but usually those are curved blades. Here is straight pallasch blade, rather unusual combination.

Montag, 14. Mai 2012, 00:28

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Presentation IOD a/a

Just want to share an interesting piece of Prussian and perhaps Danish history. If I understand right, this sword was presented to the person (or regiment?) which first entered the Danish fort Dubbol during the Dubbol battle - a key battle in the second Prussian-Danish war.

Montag, 14. Mai 2012, 00:23

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Presentation IOD a/a

Just want to share an interesting piece of Prussian and perhaps Danish history. If I understand right, this sword was presented to the person (or regiment?) which first entered the Danish fort Dubbol during the Dubbol battle - a key battle in the second Prussian-Danish war.