TeNo Enlisted Man's Hewer #5693 by Eickhorn Solingen

Eickhorn Carl, Solingen
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Maker

Eickhorn Carl, Solingen

Model

M1938 – 2nd Model

Inscription

#5683

Blade

single-edged

Length

414 mm

Weight

741 g

Condition

EXC++

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TeNo Enlisted Man's Hewer #5693 by Eickhorn Solingen

 


Grip: The nickeling throughout the hilt is intact completely throughout the crossguard and ferrule area. The gear wheel is in near mint condition on the pommel, still having the darkening around the geared edges and the open center area. The crossguard eagle is quite beautiful throughout having its open winged bird looking to the viewer’s left. The bird clutches a mobile swastika which has the TeNo symbol superimposed over the center of it. This is a gear wheel with a hammer and the letter “N” beneath. All of the original factory darkening remains on both sides of this crossguard. The grip plates are a fine yellow color. They are both in perfect condition throughout and fit tight as a drum. These plates are retained by a screw and spanner hardware.

Blade: The blade is a fine example, with a Bowie-style tip. It is still in Near Mint condition. The obverse ricasso is etched with the number “5683” which matches the stamping on the scabbard throat. The reverse ricasso is etched with a TeNo eagle, being the same as the example on the guard, and having the protected patent term, “Ges. Gesch” on with side of the talons. Beneath the eagle is the Eickhorn 1935-1941 trademark. This trademark consists of a squirrel holding a downward pointing sword, beneath the word “Original”. Beneath the rodent is the name and location of the firm, “Eickhorn Solingen”. The original black leather blade buffer is in place.

Scabbard: The scabbard shell is straight throughout. This scabbard has outstanding original black paint. The paint has some very minor signs of age in the surface, but overall it is still Mint and retains a factory sheen. The nickel-plated scabbard mounts are also in perfect condition. The scabbard throat is stamped with the serial number “5683”.

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