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Old 30th January 2016, 04:42 AM   #1
Jim McDougall
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I have just listed one of the most comprehensive books on European makers markings yet! Published in Sweden by the President of the Swedish Arms & Armour Society, this book is outstanding as it includes most of the marks from the other compendiums but with updated detail.
Many of the other references are hard to find these days, and this one is much more organized and outstanding illustrations of the marks.

As per forum policy, more on obtaining the book as well as two other titles on Swedish edged weapons and furbishers in history there are noted as well.
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