German Saxon artillery sword model 1873 in very good condition. The blade is in very nice original condition with a nice patina. The metal stirrup guard is in good, tight condition and guard and handle are tightly attached to the blade tang. The crossguard is regimentally marked “29. A.E. 2.8”. Manufactured by Gebruder Weyersberg.
Marked on the ricasso Gebr. Weyersberg Solingen, with King’s Crown in the center. Opposite ricasso side as a crown with M stamp. Cross-guard has an unidentified stamp on the face. Blade has a slight bend to the right as shown in the photo. No scabbard.
Blade: 30″ length x 1 3/16″ wide at ricasso.
Weight: 2.0 lbs