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WW1 Imperial Saxony M1911 Infantry Officer's Sword, Sold

In good to very good condition, a scarce WW1 Imperial Saxony M1911 Infantry Officer's Sword.

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Marked to W K & C (Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Cie / Company), with "Eisenhauer Garantirt" (Iron cutting guaranteed) to the blade groves, these M1911 Imperial Saxony Infantry Officer's Swords are one of the scarcest of German World War One edged weapons.

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The 31 Inch blade is in very good condition, a really tiny (hardly noticeable) amount of play in the hilt. The dual folding section guard in good order (the larger flap a little loose as is normal). The faux fishskin grip is overall good (tiny patch loss), the twisted grip wire bindings good, but a couple of lesser strands astray. The blackened steel scabbard overall good. The sword sheathes and draws well.

Nice!. Yours for £? (too late, now sold). Please quote item reference AB63 (0117). Further / full sized images available upon request.

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