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1938 RLB Fuhrerdolch

Article about: Hi Guys, I bought this dagger on Monday. Only just had chance to take some pics due to the bad weather and leaving home in the dark and coming back in the dark. I don't think we have ever ha

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    I've always liked the portly grumpy eagles on these, and the shape of the blade is great. A seldom seen piece and a very fortunate pickup, for sure.


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    Thanks for the kind comments guys! It was not cheap, but I got it under the odds compared to dealers prices.

    The SA was not bad, with hanger, but had a few scrapes to the wood of the grip, which detracted. It made £432 after fees, VAT etc. I felt that was too much. The KM was a late Eickehorn, fairly typical and had the gilding worn off. It made £372 all in.

    Cheers, Ade.

    PS: I have now got a part time job at the auction house! I will be doing the militaria sales appraisals.
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    Very nice indeed Ade I wouldn't mind owning it (like all of us looking at it) and congrats on the job doing the appraisals cant get better than being paid for a job you love doing
    cheers Ronnie

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    Congrats Ade , it's all been said previously by the other gents ......but that is a real"out of the woodwork" example , i love its patina and also its made by my favourite manufacturer , it doesn't get better than that

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    Ade thanks for showing this beauty!
    What can i say that hasnt been said?
    It has it all, a killer blade, lovely patina, good leather.......may i remind you that i havent had a decent christmas present for years.....i will pm my address...


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    Congrats Ade. A cracking example.........!


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    Here is a shot of my RLB 2nd model Officer's dagger, also by Weyersberg. Very well made items & often found in excellent or better condition, in my experience. The 2nd models are certainly cheaper than the 1st models
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    I do like the RLB 1st model Officer's daggers too, not cheap at all. This one is an Alcoso & waffenamt marked to boot. I would say these daggers are underappreciated & consequently underpriced for their relative scarcity.
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