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Samstag, 12. Juli 2014, 22:06

K.u.K. Kavalleriesäbel M1904

Dear All, I want to show you a fine P1904 cavalry sword, used by the first Uhlan regiment, sword dimensions according to the standard,
Producer L. Zeitler, the stamp itself is a rare form on this pattern, please also note the scabbard producer stamp, Pacholek György Budapest:)
I mentioned you guys that I am collecting dates about the 1904 pattern swords for a few years already, some interesting points:
Earliest Wn stamp 1913, latest is WN15,that could mean that mass production was during these three years.
I have seen only five producers so far:
Pacholek
Zeitler ( in many stamp forms)
Grasser ( in many stamp forms)
Jung ( in many stamp forms)
Zelinka ( in many stamp forms)
If you have any new dates, earlier, later Wn stamp etc.. please let me know.


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Sonntag, 13. Juli 2014, 16:55

Hello Voci, I am pleased he has found a new home, with you, he is very well cared for and fits very well into the collection. ;)
Greeting Josef

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Dienstag, 15. Juli 2014, 08:24

Hello Voci

Congratulations to this really fine sample of a M1904 - excellent condition, which is very rare with this pattern.
mostly the blade has suffered due to rust.

I will check the Dates on my M1904 and Keep you informed!

Servus

Alex

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Dienstag, 15. Juli 2014, 18:53

Thank you for your kind words guys:)
I am looking forward to receive datas, what do you think, the WN stamps were placed right after production, or the produced swords were stored for a while before the inspection?