A nice example by Carl Eickhorn! The blade on this one is unmarked and looks to be reshaped towards the tip as it is very slender. The blade is Jeweler engraved, "Polen- Feldzug 1939", roughly translated "Polish Campaign 1939". the blade has been cleaned hard and no crossgain remains. The brown leather buffer pad continues to remain intact. The steel based and nickel-silver plated scabbard has dents toward the tip. The original throat retaining screws remains tightly intact. The alloy based nickel plated Eickhorn crossguard provides crisp details throughout the straight head, wings, wreath and chest! There is some bubbling and plating loss. The pommel and ferrule are beautifully detailed with the proudly displayed oak leaves and acorns! The dark orange trylon grip is chip and crack-free. A bargain personalized example.
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