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D. Raleigh

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PostPosted: Wed 13 Mar, 2019 9:45 am    Post subject: Viktor Berbecucz Question         Reply with quote


I have recently acquired a pair of Celtic Swords - one long, one short - designed according to the La Tene era, made by Viktor Berbecucz. They include steel scabbards with brass ornamentation.

I am in the process of restoring them because they were sadly neglected before I got them. What I am unable to determine from going to Viktor's website, however, is what variety of steel they are made of.

Does anyone here happen to know? It's not pertinent to how I get the rust off of them and keep them from rusting again, but I would like to know.

Thanks for all responses!

~ D.

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~ Winston Churchill
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