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    Some of my pieces:
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    Very nice Erich, I particularly like the "Munchner Kindl" -
    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Beautiful stuff , they sure new how to make it , cheers Raymond

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    Erich,
    Very lovely! I used to collect Allach as well, but have only a few pieces now. Prof. Kärner pieces were the ones I'd look for.
    Erich

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    Erich, nice pieces...I do like the Squirrel! It reminds of when I was a dagger collector and always on the look out for Eickhorn blades!

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    Beutifull pieces, i am also with you Wessel the squirrel would look fantastic on a dagger display.

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    ...but this is my favourite. A woman and a horse, what more could one want?
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    Wonderful piece Wessel! All Allach pieces are very special, rare and unique IMO.

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    The 1938 catalogue calls this "Amazone" but Passmore's book describes her as "Diana, Goddess of the Hunt"

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    I think the Passmore and the Oliver books are one and the same....the former wrote it and the latter edited it. Anyway, try pp.26-27.
    £4000 sounds pretty good for the Fencer, but all things are relative to most of us!!

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