Asking for help, need pictures of a few Heer daggers for a German army dress dagger book
Some might know by now that Danny & I are in the process of making a German army dress dagger book.
We have covered so far following: a Publisher, a photoshoot at a top photostudio an almost 96% of the daggers we need.
We need following daggers to complete the list, if you are willing to cooperate and take pictures the way that will fit in our concept then please give me or Danny ( DR73) a pm.
We are very happy to have the cooperation of some top collectors of Heer daggers from this forum!
If anyone of you can help us out we would be more then pleased!
we are looking for:
- Gustav Spitzer early one Slant grip
- Gustav Spitzer aluminium
- Anton Wingen with Wingen guard
- Voos slant grip with guard type 1 Pack
- Max Weyersberg slant
- Axt & hauer
Danny & Ger
Last edited by gerrit; 05-12-2015 at 09:24 AM.
05-10-2015 11:34 PM
Very professional looking, I bet this is going to be one hell of a book.
Great work Danny and Ger, bet this book will be a must amongst collectors. When is it due the release date approximately?, it will be an honour to buy one from you and higher if signed by you, look forward to the release date. Sorry I cannot provide you with any pictures, Regards, Juan
I have 3 of these. One so nice, it looks new.One with a Doctors name engraved. Want some pics?? BB
Thank God for these type of models that dont complain when their hungry and get tired from long photo shoots. Looks Great Gerrit...and moving forward . Regards Larry
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It all looks amazing Ger.. I didn't think it was so technical, I thought it would have been point & go lol.... So well done on the shoot. I look forward to seeing the finished product.. & buying one..Cheers. Terry.
Very very impressive!!!!Like mentioned, I would have thought it would have been a point and shoot. I didn't even think about laser alignments.
Awesome job gerrit !