RAD EM Hewer from the Collection of Thomas M. Johnson (#30895)

RAD EM Hewer from the Collection of Thomas M. Johnson (#30895)

Maker: Carl Eickhorn, Solingen; Condition: MINT; SOLD

$1,995.00

SOLD

Carl Eickhorn, Solingen squirrel holding sword TM. Solid nickel hilt fittings show virtually no surface wear to the pommel, ferrule and crossguard, with 100% of the factory darkening remaining in the recesses of the crossguard detail. Unique two-tone stag horn grip plates are perfect with no wear or damage and are complete with unturned nickel screws and taps. Polished blade grades near MINT with only very faint runner marks. The deeply etched motto retains 100% of the light gray background frosting with reverse marked with the RAD diamond and “Ges.Gesch.”. Dent-free steel scabbard retains 100% of the original black enamel. The dent-free, nickel-plated scabbard fittings retain 100% of the factory frosting with very faint wear and are complete with all four, undamaged scabbard screws. A truly MINT specimen throughout, and was reportedly taken from Hermann Goering’s home. Edged weapons of this condition are incredibly rare! Each purchase from Tom’s personal collection will come with a signed and notarized statement of authenticity on JRB&M letterhead which would also state that the piece has been stored in Tom’s personal collection for a minimum of several decades, some as long as 55 years. This is truly a rare collecting opportunity!