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Mint condition Land Customs dagger.

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    Hi, a beautiful looking dagger complete with mega rare knot and straps, unfortunately no makers name so not very collectable.
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    WOW.. wonderful condition all around! Being unmarked I would guess it is a Horster product? Nice!! Kevin.

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    Its a lovely Mint conditioned dagger!
    Unfortunate i cant say anything about its originality, i have never done a serious indepth research on Custom daggers.
    But as far as i can see daggers is made of the right materials and has a lovely full mint crossgrained blade.
    Portepee and hangers show the right wear, i like them.

    Regards,
    Ger

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    Quote by heers68 View Post
    WOW.. wonderful condition all around! Being unmarked I would guess it is a Horster product? Nice!! Kevin.
    Hi Kevin, it is a magnificent dagger in every way, except no makers mark, sorry I really do not know who produced it, but it is :-)

    Gerrit, it's construction is aluminium. Hence not that crisp detail you would expect.

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    as one kent man to another you say not collectable,so a Ton interest you.----------lol.

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    Been out of daggers for years but that one has always been hard to locate. Nice dagger I almost bought a unmarked one once just the dagger add hangers and knot it would have been nice like this one. timothy

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    I got knot envy...I want that Portepee. Been looking forever for one for mine and cannot locate


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    Hi Rossi, surprised you took so long to see this, I know you like these, I like your one, very nice. your comment before Christmas about you was looking for one etc, the silver and green are the hardest to find. I do keep an eye open for you as I know a man who always gets these customs daggers in. Weitze has/had a lovely officer type one :-)

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    Quote by Silberkreuz View Post
    Hi Rossi, surprised you took so long to see this, I know you like these, I like your one, very nice. your comment before Christmas about you was looking for one etc, the silver and green are the hardest to find. I do keep an eye open for you as I know a man who always gets these customs daggers in. Weitze has/had a lovely officer type one :-)
    Been under a dozen or so boulders the last few months. SO I am glad I saw this. Thanks bud for keeping a knot eye open for me. I am not sure about maker. Mine is Eickhorn this one is very similar except for handle color is a little more brownish green. NICE PICK UP!!! I am still drooling over the knot.



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    That's a very nice looking Land Customs dagger. I wouldn't say it's not desirable simply because it's unmarked. Perhaps a little less desirable but it's quite well conditioned & items in really nice condition will always be desired by collectors. The added bonus of a nice set of hangers & a rare knot makes it a super rig IMHO.

    As far as the maker, I suspect it's a Hörster product. My Hörster example is a dead ringer for this one, right down to the nice hand enhanced crossguard & the scabbard mounts. Great example, thanks for sharing it!

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