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Sonntag, 22. Februar 2015, 17:43

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Unbekannte Zeitler Matrosen Dolch Österreich, Ungarn, Romänien, Export?

Vielen Dank Gerhard, Ich schatze das auch es ist ein nach 1918 gefertigte Dolch, Ich werde mit ein Uniform expert über den Foto diskutieren,wenn ich ein Ergebniss habe, werde ich alle informieren.

Freitag, 20. Februar 2015, 20:49

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Unbekannte Zeitler Matrosen Dolch Österreich, Ungarn, Romänien, Export?

Ich besitze ein Dolch, Klinge mit Zeitler Markierung, war hier schon diskutiert: http://szurony.com/modules/newbb/viewtop…9#forumpost3879 Es gibt ein Foto über ein Matroze trägt diesen Dolch, aber leider konnten wier nicht weitergehen.(Foto von Forum auch)Kann mir hier jemand weiterhelfen? Ich wüßte gern, um welches Dolch es sich handelt. Danke für die Hilfe.

Montag, 19. Januar 2015, 19:29

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KuK Marinedolch

Dear All, recently there are lots of quality fakes produced in Hungary, I am trying to list the types here linking to internet sites.: http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/1559…ungarian-dagger You should read the threads here carefully: http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/bayonets-t…-dagger-197915/ http://forum.germandaggers.com/ubbthread…t&Number=260362 http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/forums/s…ad.php?t=695132 If you see a goldened crest on the blade, and engraving like " --Name XY-- Úrnak ( to Mr.) an...

Dienstag, 6. Januar 2015, 21:29

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Säbel für Mannschaften der k.k. Landwehrgebirgstruppen 1916 k.k. GebSchRgt 2 LIR 27

I think that the right soldier is a british highlander, http://mistercrew.com/blog/2012/10/10/br…orary-pictures/

Dienstag, 6. Januar 2015, 20:53

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Säbel für Mannschaften der k.k. Landwehrgebirgstruppen 1916 k.k. GebSchRgt 2 LIR 27

Thanks for the info. I know that this not belongs to the edged weapon category, but related militara in some way. I recently acquired an old match holder, lighter, first I thought that it was some american product, but today,while I was moving it right and left I just discovered a stamp under the top plate : C.Schuch Wien So it is connected somehow to austrian history. Can you identify the four soldiers uniform on the top plate? Do you know anything about C.Schuch, was he a manufacturer, or owne...

Montag, 5. Januar 2015, 21:15

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K.u.k. Kavallerieoffizierssäbel M1869 Paul Ritter FISCHER von LEDENICE „Ausmusterungssäbel“ der Theresianischen Militärakademie in Wr. Neustadt

Happy new year colleagues Gerhard, it was amazing to read your thread, dispite of early the tragedic death of the owner, you (as well) managed to keep his remembrance alive. The city of Traiskirchen is especially important for me, my grandfather, after the 1956 freedom fight, spent some months there before immigrating to Switzerland, 30years later, my father did the same, I remember when I was a small boy, spending 2 days in huge Kasserne, I am not sure if this building was occupied by the Drago...

Montag, 5. Januar 2015, 20:50

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Säbel für Mannschaften der k.k. Landwehrgebirgstruppen 1916 k.k. GebSchRgt 2 LIR 27

Thank you Gerhard for sharing this wonderful sword with us, I have only seen this pattern marked with Winternitz, he was the only producer? Where did the LAndwehr (LW) acceptance take place, which city?

Freitag, 2. Januar 2015, 20:48

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Offizierssäbel für k.k. Landwehr-Gebirgstruppen M 1907

Congratulations chombe, this is a very nice sword, the blue finish is also intact, nice way to start the new year 2015

Dienstag, 30. September 2014, 19:30

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WW1 Gabirgsjäger officers sword

The frog is the leather case where the sword is fixed, like the bayonets in their leather frog.

Donnerstag, 25. September 2014, 21:24

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M1861 Kavalleriesäbel Variante

Hello László, thank you for showing, I havent seen this mixture before, the basket form is late oval type, not the earlier heart shape, Imho could be an early 1870s assembly.

Donnerstag, 25. September 2014, 20:36

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WW1 Gabirgsjäger officers sword

Hello Alex, thank you for your answer, for me the interesting thing was this grinded vertical line after the grasser logo on the both side of the blade, I have never seen such before. The closing is really the cheapest method, similar closing are likely on the arsenal swords, but I can assure you that this sword is an untouched piece Dou you have a pattern for the frog maybe, because it is missing? As I read, closed portepee was used for this sword, right?

Samstag, 20. September 2014, 11:31

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Three Interesting M95 Mannlicher bayonet.

Thank you Andy, do you know how many bayonets were equipped with these pyramid sight? Hussar marking on a bayonet is not usual at all,especially with this ind of sight, the blade finish, and the wooden grip refers to a late war assembly. My great-great grandfather was serving at the 5th Hussars, 11th Hussars were stationing for long time at Szombathely, 20km-s from my city, the barracks are still standing, they are under renovationn at the moment. http://www.muzeumbarat.hu/tartalom.php?tart=264

Freitag, 19. September 2014, 21:50

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Three Interesting M95 Mannlicher bayonet.

Let me show you some of my interesting bayonets, from left to right -Officer bayonet, no locking mechanism,no blade, scabbard manufacturer marking, wider crossguard. -NCO bayonet , from Hungarian Horthy era 1919-1945, grip made of horn instead of wood, high quality nickel plating. -NCO bayonet from the first world war, crossguard equipped with very rare piramyd sight, 11HR marking which is the 11st Hussar Regiment. Voci

Freitag, 19. September 2014, 21:29

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WW1 Gabirgsjäger officers sword

Thank you A little bit of history of this sword: It had been originaly in an austrian sword collection for a few decades, than it was sold to the US, layed there for additional decades as well, now I brought it back to the good old Hungary, so now, it is only 50km-s away from its home, Austria.

Mittwoch, 17. September 2014, 22:06

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WW1 Gabirgsjäger officers sword

More photos

Mittwoch, 17. September 2014, 22:04

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WW1 Gabirgsjäger officers sword

Hello friends, let me show you my WW1 Gebrirgsjäger sword TL:73,4cm BL:57,6cm BW:24mm BT:5mm Producer Carl Grasser, enjoy the photos

Dienstag, 5. August 2014, 16:50

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WW1 shortened sword of batallion/regimental commander of the 1st Hungarian Landsturm Regiment: Captain Àrpád Lépes

After renovation. As I said, the half of the scabbard from the top was simply browned, the last half with metal glue rebuilted, and painted. In this way, sword, and history of captain Lépes is preserved.

Dienstag, 5. August 2014, 16:45

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WW1 shortened sword of batallion/regimental commander of the 1st Hungarian Landsturm Regiment: Captain Àrpád Lépes

Hello Alex, I was very lucky to gather the sword, and some medals, from the Lépes family themselves, there were some other stuffs as well, but the sold it already... To be honest, I would never sell a relic out of the family, but most of the people just simply dont care, this sword was stored down the basement, part of it was completely rusty, I upload some pictures. The bottom of the scabbard was hardly oxidated, some points the blade was exposed, this I cleaned, and rebuilted with two componen...

Sonntag, 3. August 2014, 08:51

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WW1 shortened sword of batallion/regimental commander of the 1st Hungarian Landsturm Regiment: Captain Àrpád Lépes

Hello,no,the M1904 did not belong to him,he was an infantry officer,please note the damage on the scabbard ,we believe it could have been caused by a small object with a strong impact.