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    Lot of Three Imperial German Swords. Comprising: 1.) Model 1889 sword, 33-inch straight, bright blade, manufactured by WKC. Brass hilt, folding guard. Black painted metal scabbard. 2.) Bavarian infantry officers' sword, 32-inch slightly curved bright blade with an early Eickhorn maker's mark on the reverse ricasso; acid-etched "In Treue Fest" and foliate scroll on either side of the blade, brass hilt with wire-wrapped grip. Black painted metal scabbard with single mounting ring. 3.) Non-commissioned officers' sword, 31 ¾-inch slightly curved, bright blade maker marked Pack, Ohligher & Company. Plated hilt with wire-wrapped fish skin grip. Black-painted metal scabbard.

    Condition: 1.) Very good. Bright, basically unblemished blade; dull patina to brass hilt; approximately 60% paint left on scabbard. 2.) Very good. Blade with scabbard wear, especially scratched near the tip; nice patina to brass; moderate surface rust to metal scabbard. 3.) Very good. Small dent on the scabbard.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2017
    11th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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