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Hitler's silverware -- your thoughts, please.

Article about: I purchased these items at a yard sale at an upscale home in West Virginia. There was nothing interesting on view at the sale, but I asked the man who was holding it if he had anything from

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    I purchased these items at a yard sale at an upscale home in West Virginia. There was nothing interesting on view at the sale, but I asked the man who was holding it if he had anything from World War II, and he returned with a Heer dagger with knot and hanger...and two pieces of sterling tableware with an A H monogram and Fuhrer Adler. I paid $250. What do you think of these pieces?
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    i think you are in the money sir, in my humble opinion they are correct pattern tableware,,,,,,,,regards george

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    The dagger is worth more than $250 alone so even if the knife and fork are wrong (and I'm not saying they are) you did well.

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    i dont know about the silver wear
    but the dagger set was well worth the money on its own
    well done
    cheers ian

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    The dagger, hangers and knot are an absolute steal, if the cutlery is real its a great bonus

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    The cutlery looks good to my eye - dagger and accoutrements too.

    Congrats on a super deal.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Very well done Paul you got a steal,But you need to put the dagger in the other way around before Ade sees it Congrats.

    Eric
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    WOWSA!!! ( a dumb response I know but words fail me! )
    Dan
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Looks like you got a super deal. The dagger looks awesome and I would try to have an expert look at that silverware. Could be worth plenty. Never know what you might find. Congradulations on your find.

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    Nice pickup but please for the sake of the dagger blade and before the head Administrator sees it ( Ade ) please turn the dagger around as the carrying rings need to be on the right side if looking at it with the grip eagle facing up. Like nails on a black board is a dagger put in the scabbard backwards. Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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