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Old 04-26-2005, 06:56 PM   #31
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Old 04-27-2005, 12:31 AM   #36
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Bill,

That is an interesting S84/98. I have not seen one with the WaA on the blade in this manner before either. The same WaA as on the pommel and scabbard ball?
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That is an interesting S84/98. I have not seen one with the WaA on the blade in this manner before either. The same WaA as on the pommel and scabbard ball?
George,This is the only one I have ever seen. The WaA is the same on the pompel and the scabbard ball..BILL
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George,This is the only one I have ever seen. The WaA is the same on the pompel and the scabbard ball..BILL
A very neat variation Bill. I love to see odd-ball markings like this.

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Nice ones Willi! Here a re a few that I could get to easily.



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#3 Sorry for the washed out look!
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