Paul Weyersberg way not a big maker of swords nut when they did make them they were always well done, this is no exception. A heavy brass sword. The 33 inch plated blade is a minty beauty. It has a beautifully stamped "Paul Weyersberg Solingen" and burnished black. The tip comes to a good point and the fit remains nice and tight! The original leather buffer pad continues to remain intact. The steel based, black enamel painted scabbard shows paint loss and scrapes towards the drag. It continues to retain 80%+ paint coverage and remains completely dent free! Both throat retaining screws remain intact as well! The brass based, gilded "P" guard hilt is just beautiful! The hand-enhanced details to the Wehrmacht style eagle and oak leaves are superb! The wood based, black celluloid covered grip is damage-free. This one is illustrated in page 120 of Angolia's "Swords of Germany 1900/1945" reference book.
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