No maker. A photograph of a similar Hirschfänger, produced by the Carl Eickhorn Firm appears on page 291 of Collecting the Edged Weapons of Imperial Germany. Gilded-brass hilt fittings show light surface wear/age patina to highlights with 100% of the muted honey-gold factory gilding remaining in the recesses of the heavily chiseled oak leaf pommel, serrated ferrule, and crossguard with recurved stag and doe head quillons. Well detailed, oak leaf embellished clamshell, features the Sachsen coat-of-arms in gold affixed within the oak leaf border as shown on page 293 of the above reference. Dark brown, stag horn grip is perfect with no cracks or chips and is complete with three matte gold acorns/oak leaves on the obverse. Polished, double-etched blade measuring 14 7/8″ in length grades VG+/Exc. showing light surface wear/runner marks with areas of pitting to obverse/reverse ricasso and lower blade, but no nicks to the cutting edge. Etched panels on both obverse and reverse feature hunting scenes of stag and doe, hounds attacking boar, as well as hunter and hunting hounds. Blade is complete with tan leather buffer pad. Skinning knife measuring 7 ¼” in length grades VG/Exc. showing surface wear/graying to blade with no damage to dark brown stag horn grip with on gold acorn/oak leaf attached to upper obverse. Black leather scabbard shows surface wear and some damage to reverse stitching, but no rips, tears or creases. Dent-free, deluxe, gilded brass, scabbard fittings show light surface wear/age patina and a small split to lower right edge of the upper fitting, with both retaining staples present. The upper fitting is complete with large acorn suspension lug and is formed to accept the skinning knife. Obverse upper fitting features incised laurel leaf borders on the upper portion with oak leaves on the skinning knife portion and reverse. The lower fitting features incised oak leaves and acanthus leaves on obverse/reverse. EX+.