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Prussian sword
1889 pattern
Kaiser Wilhelm II markings
Weyersberg-Kirschbaum maker

Prussian sword 1889 pattern Kaiser Wilhelm II markings Weyersberg-Kirschbaum maker www.swordsantiqueweapons.com

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A very fine Prussian officers sword.
Overall in the scabbard this example measures just over 94cms. Out it is 93cms with a blade just under 77cms. The blade is marked in the forte with the Weyersberg-Kirschbaum makers mark. The blade is double fullered running from the block forte to the tip.
The scabbard shows light wear and original paint.
The hilt is stunning. The very fine shark skin remains in very good order as does the wire bindings with just some very small amounts of skin wear towards the pommel. The Guard shows an Eagle wearing a crown holding a sceptre and sword and wearing the Kaiser Wilhelm II markings to its chest. The grip also retains the crowned Kaiser Wilhelm II badge.
A very fine example of this style of sword.