WW1 Imperial Saxony M1911 Infantry Officer's
In good to very good condition, a scarce WW1 Imperial Saxony M1911
Infantry Officer's Sword.
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.
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
Nice!. Yours for £? (too late, now sold). Please quote item
reference AB63 (0117). Further / full sized images available upon