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Carl Eickhorn

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Sword

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Sword

Background Information

Employment History

Solingen


Web References(34 Total References)


www.swordssite.com

WW1 GERMAN / BAVARIAN Model 1889 OFFICERS SWORD by Carl Eickhorn
WW1 GERMAN / BAVARIAN Model 1889 OFFICERS SWORD by Carl Eickhorn


www.swordssite.com

WW1 GERMAN / BAVARIAN Model 1889 OFFICERS SWORD by Carl Eickhorn
WW1 GERMAN / BAVARIAN Model 1889 OFFICERS SWORD by Carl Eickhorn


germanedgedweapons6.rack111.com

Carl Eickhorn, Eickhorn Sword, Sword Company, Company Model


www.thehistoryblog.com [cached]

The collection is varied but appears to be of very high end material - magnifying glasses, telescopes, firearms, medals, an award from Krupp, a Reichsadler (imperial eagle) manufactured by Carl Eickhorn of Solingen, busts and reliefs of Hitler, a presentation dagger with carved antler handle and swastika medallion, swastika-branded toys like board games and harmonicas to help raise good Nazi children.


www.jbmilitaryantiques.com.au [cached]

This truly awesome presentation dagger shows the manufacture mark of Carl Eickhorn of Solingen.


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