Lot contains a WWII German Heer Lion’s Head sword (A) and an Imperial German army sword (B). (A) The WWII Heer sword is a Model 22 Holler example with the outstretched wing national emblem on the handguard. The 32” nickel plated curved blade is marked “F.W. Holler”. The Lion’s Head pommel has red glass eyes, with an oak leaf pattern throughout. The grip is wired wrapped and in plastic. A sword knot is attached. The scabbard is black painted steel. The unsharpened blade has scattered light marks. The scabbard retains about 90% of its original finish and has some life surface scratches and minor areas of spotting. Very good condition. (B) Also in the lot is an earlier sword with an unmarked 31” nickel plated blade. The blade does have a “2” on its spine and some sort of military proof marking. The brass handguard is stamped with a “6994” and a military proof, as well as a ”C.E./G”. The handguard has a wire wrapped plastic grip. The blade has been sharpened and has numerous light marks and scratches. The scabbard has a blued finish and exhibits extensive freckling.Blade Length: (A) 30 - 3/4", (B) 30 - 3/4"Overall Length: (A) 35 - 3/4", (B) 35 - 3/4"Paperwork: No Condition: (Fair).Dimensions: 37"