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Austrian Model 1861 Infantry Saber in Scabbard by Weyersberg & Stamm
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Here is a nice looking sword for the price. It is an original Austrian pattern Model 1861 infantry sword. It is the Model 1861 but would have been made in the later 1800's, probably 1870's or 1800's. Weyersberg and Stamm is marked at the base of the blade. They were makers from 1817 until 1891. On the other side of the blade base, it has the retailer mark of the firm of Tiller & Company of Wein. The blade is full-length at 31-1/2 inches with the single fuller on each side. It has the iron hand guard with the flowing curves. On the handle of the sword has the original sharkskin grip intact with a pleasing look. It has the twisted German silver wire wrapping intact with the single strands flaking the twisted wire. The sword is accompanied by the original metal scabbard. The scabbard displays well and is complete with the single stationary mount and the belt look on the back side. It has the throat and drag intact as well. The back side has the break as you see. This is a neat sword that displays well.

Item #: B6471
Shipping Weight: 15 lbs
Your Price:$450.00 USD
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