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Npea Burgsmuller dagger...need for help

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    Hi all...i saw this Npea dagger for sale...it's heavily worn and i was told that the frog doesn't belong to this dagger
    i've read the interesting good of mr. Weinand but i'm still Can you help me to check its autenticity??
    many thanks
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    Issued by NPEA Koslin. Have seen K 110, K 22. These were early pieces with nickel guards and type 1 burgsmuller TM, like the K 110 you show. The crossguard marking font identical to yours. Have seen a later piece from Koslin with type 2 Burgsmuller TM and ali guards, issue K 145.
    Dagger you show is original, but as you say the frog is not NPEA but K98 pattern.

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    An original and fairly scarce dagger, but in Extremely Poor condition. I would not have this in my collection unless it was Very cheaply priced. And, yes-I agree, the frog is from a K98 bayonet. Who knows who put it there and when,though.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    I agree with the other gentlemen, this example looks period but the condition leaves much to be desired. If the price is cheap, it would be OK but I believe any genuine NPEA dagger will have a high price.

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    Did you end up picking it up,Luca?
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    thanks for your help..i still didn't pick it up..the seller has an high request
    1400 english pounds are too much...i'll try tio make a lower offer ..if he will accept i'll make you know )

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