Original Imperial German WWI Artillery Officer Sword Dated 1914 by Simson & Co. Suhl
Original item. One Only. Despite the machine guns and artillery, swords were still issued to officers in WW1. This is a fine example of the German Artillery Officer's Sword commonly referred to as the "Blücher Sabel" named for the Prussian Commander who was ally to the Duke of Wellington at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.
This example is in fine condition showing really nice blade condition and stamped on the upper edge is a small Crown over W over 14 for Kaiser Wilhelm 1914. The maker of the sword is SIMSON & Co. SUHL and is stamped under the rain guard (chappe).
Various serial numbers and proof marks on hilt and blade, this sword comes with the original all steel scabbard, also in excellent condition. A fine German WW1 Artillery Officer's "Bleucher Sabel" with scabbard,
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