Lot 500 (Coins, Medals & Militaria, 9th June 2017)

Sold for £1,200

Lot details
A German 1933 ceremonial Hirshfanger, the 38cm blade finely etched with a jubilee inscription and hunting scenes to the opposing side, having a clam shell languet embossed with a dog and deer, deer's hoof crossguard and horn handle, in a brass mounted leather sheath, 57cm.


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