Yes, sorry for the delay. I've been incredibly busy being lazy lately.
Anyway, I saw this at an antique shop the other day and my initial thought was I know people that would find this interesting. I wasn't sure if I should buy it just to sell it, so I decided to sleep on it and decide the next day. The next day I decided that I was in love with it and I needed it for my very own. Et, voila.
I believe this sword is what you would call a Paradschläger instead of a true Mensurschläger because it's blunted. It shows damage from fighting, so maybe it was used as a trainer more than just for display.
It has engravings along the basket with the Fratsign (Zirkel), a few names, and the dates 1887/88. My friend is currently doing some research on what Fraternity it's from (there is only one in Fribourg that still practices Mensur).
Weight - about 1.2kg
OAL - 105cm
BL - 85cm
Ricasso length - 3cm
Fuller length - 54cm
Blade thickness - 0.63cm at the ricasso tapering down to 0.23cm towards the tip
Blade width - 1.65cm at the ricasso tapering down to 1.27cm towards the tip