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My Bad RAD

Article about: Not interested in selling my hanger but it got me wondering what they go for. I was surprised I only found one early one and it was price at \\$695. Must have looked at 40 of the bullet type p

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    Congratulations!
    A very nice example that I could find room in my collection for.
    Ralph.
    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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  3. #12

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    Very nice dagger, with a beautiful patina.
    Congratulations.

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    Vedran

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    I love the weight and feel of these. My example came with one of these early hangers. This type was short lived because the weight of the hewer worn through the leather. The late Model hanger is much nicer.
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    Nice pick up! I love the big stag slab grips. Best, RS

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    love the weight and feel of these. My example came with one of these early hangers. This type was short lived because the weight of the hewer worn through the leather. The late Model hanger is much nicer.
    I have to get one of these early hangers so it correctly matches my early hewer, wanna sell me yours????

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    I was just going to say all you need now is a nice hanger to go with a very nice dagger but kirby beat me to it nice find there Maximus nice full stag grip aswell
    cheers Ronnie

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    Thanks ronnie, not full stag, although I wish! I can live without the hanger for awhile, or untill opportunity knocks.

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    Quote by maximus71 View Post
    Thanks ronnie, not full stag, although I wish! I can live without the hanger for awhile, or untill opportunity knocks.
    Ha ha i dont even know why i put full stag?? DOH!! mind elswhere i suppose still a belter dagger matey ,
    cheers Ronnie

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    Looking at the Eickhorn small double oval which is commonly seen on SA and SS Rohm daggers...which I have never seen the small oval used on anything else but the ones I mentioned. It appears the RAD uses this logo...and for Reference purposes..RAD also uses the small double oval by Boker.
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    I noticed that Eickhorn has two version of the early double oval trademark, one has the letters CE just below the squirrel and the other does not, any thoughts on why? They seem to both be from the same time period of 33-35, is one earlier then the other?

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