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This is my Diersheimspatha with a sword scabbard from Mollerup

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Hats off Sir.
Once again if I may say....
Hello Martin

Excellent work, perfekt !!
Martin - sehr schön!!
Very nice!!

Joze
Lots of photos here, not exactly pre 500 A.D. but still 'germanic' warriors.

regards
Ingvar
Dooh it would help if I placed a link

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wulfheoden...3802621780

regards
Ingvar
Quote:Dooh it would help if I placed a link

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wulfheoden...3802621780

regards
Ingvar

Very impressive!
Very nice work, Martin!

And great link Ingvar, good to see you both on RAT...
Quote:Dooh it would help if I placed a link
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wulfheoden...3802621780
I always enjoy your updates!
Thank you Robert...my ineptitude shines through both here and the FB page Wink

best
Ingvar
Quote:Thank you Robert...my ineptitude shines through both here and the FB page Wink
Ineptitude? Never!
That's me in "Polish Arms" magazine
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Good outfit, Teodor!
Is that an Illerup-style "war-knife" at your belt? We see too little of these weapons. Might we see a better picture of it?
It's not a knife, it's a sword (too long for a knife). We have swords like this found on our territory in Poland.
Now I have a new one. I will make a photo tommorow.
Handle is made of ash, copper rivets.
Scabbard is made of alder, glued with natural glue. Other elements are made of brass.
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