The advert say, "as new", so I'm not sure. Better pictures would help.
There is a lot of age to the pommel, blade, and crossgard, the handle has minor cracks, so I think the pieces are period but there is no telling
Indeed, but better picture would be helpful for us to see that too, though. I'm also sure the company which sold these used original and reproduction parts, and each dagger probably used different original parts or reproduction as well. These weren't popular or valuable back in, thus they used whatever parts were available chggtttlòl
Last edited by youthcollector1; 09-03-2013 at 11:30 AM.
Here are some more pics there is some wear to the blade, and other parts, it is hard to see the maker mark so I will post a pic of the exact same mark just not on mine.
Warbuff, is the last image you posted of the markers mark on this dagger the same as the prior photographs? The condition seems completely different from the other photographs provided.
Last edited by youthcollector1; 09-03-2013 at 11:04 AM.
No sorry I must not have made it clear, the mark on mine is hard to get a clear pic of. This is a pic I got online, but it is the same maker mark that is on mine