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Old 24th July 2019, 03:36 AM   #4
Cathey
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Default It's definitley British

Sorry Guys, but its a brittish pattern sword.

The hilt has the crossed Sword and Batton for the 1831 pattern British Mamaluke and the retailer has been identifed at German 1830-1860. In the 1860's these General and Staff officer swords where sometimes produdced in steel rather than brass. This one appears to have been a special order given the elaborate scabbard bands and the pin holds indicating it would have had a dedication plark at some stage. The marks look typically german, however I am yet to attribute them to a particular maker. looks like I will need to continue plodding through my german books on Soligen.

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