The interest in German swords has always been eclipsed by that of Daggers within the militaria collecting arena .
For the true enthusiast this is good news given that the prices are significantly lower for sword rather than those of daggers with perhaps a few minor exceptions which I will touch upon later.
For anyone one has developed an interest in German swords from the period of 1900-1945 May I firstly recommend the volume “Swords of Germany” by John R Agolia .
Primary manufacture of German swords has for centuries been conducted in Solingen.
Famous makers include W.K.C. who still produce high quality weapons and who’s website is worth finding.
Carl Eickhorn ,Paul Weyersburg, and E&F Horster are memorable names found on quality blades.
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