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RAD Hewer - Tiger

Article about: Impressive and well preserved. Hang on to this one. Nice to see who ever had it from the end of the war until now..took great care of it. Near Mon to mint beauties are still out there to be

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    Impressive and well preserved. Hang on to this one. Nice to see who ever had it from the end of the war until now..took great care of it. Near Mon to mint beauties are still out there to be had. Congratulations on a superb find and addition to your collection. Regards Larry
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    Great RAD Hewer, I love mine, out of all my daggers this one makes the nicest snapping sound when you slide it back into its scabbard, mostly because of the hefty blade. Great score.

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    Excellent example! Now it's your turn to keep her mint and beautiful! Great find!

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    Very nice indeed. Well done.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hi weller,


    Thats a lovely Tiger RAD Hewer


    Congrats !


    Now all you need is a hanger to complete it.



    Regards Mac 66.

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    Hi Jeff,

    glad that i could help you with this one! its been a pleasure.
    Its a great Hewer and it would be an assett to any collection
    Thx for posting this beauty.

    Ger

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    Thanks again for your assistance Ger, and this Hewer in person is much nicer than the dealer pictures we reviewed. I'm very glad I pulled the trigger and grabbed it!

    Jeff

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