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eMedals-Germany. A Deutsche Jägerschaft (Hunting Association) Cutlass, by Eicikhorn of Solingnen

Item: G36025

Germany. A Deutsche Jägerschaft (Hunting Association) Cutlass, by Eicikhorn of Solingnen



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Germany. A Deutsche Jägerschaft (Hunting Association) Cutlass, by Eicikhorn of Solingnen

Measuring 424 mm with the scabbard on, and featuring a 257 mm nickel-plated steel blade, with factory unsharpened edged, but with a slightly dinged tip. The blade features exceptionally detailed etching on both sides, consisting of a different hunting theme on each side, as well as on the top edge of the dagger. It is maker marked “Eikhorn, Solingen” on the reverse recasso, and retains its original cross-graining on non-etched surfaces, with a glossy finish on etched surfaces, with only light to moderate scratches to the blade common to extraction and return to the scabbard. The crossguard is constructed of ornately detailed silver nickel, with in the shape of a downward and upward facing hoof, with oak leaf designs on the center of the crossguard, and the washer between the crossguard and the grip. It also features a large quirrel-like structure featuring a large pheasant.The grip itself is constructed of authentic stag that is large in diameter, with beautiful raised gaining and a multitude of natural colours, with a National Hunting Association insignia is correctly pinned, measuring 15.41 mm (w) x 19.02 mm (h). The pommel is equally constructed of nickel silver and features an oak leaf design with an acorn final. Accompanied by its original scabbard and frog. The scabbard is constructed metal (magnetic), with a thick green leather wrapper, with ornately detailed nickel fittings, including a nickel fitting around the throat of the scabbard. The frog is constructed black leather, and is maker marked “Stecher, Freiberg” and is dated “1938”; in overall near mint condition.
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