Impressive Serge....the Black gripped Paul Seilheimer is a site to behold..and the Tiger variant Heer..that crossguard stands alone . Regards Larry
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Wags thx for adding these lovely daggers to the post!
First PS dog with sword in mouth logo for me, lovely piece!
I have 2 PS with WKC 1st and with Gen.A both tapered tangs, but yours would finish it!
Can you post the Weyersberg in the Heer forum, these early ones are so rare that i would love to see another one posted.
The Paul Seilheimer Dog logo varient, is a very hard one to find. I know of one other that a friend of mine got from the Denny Roach collection. It has a glass 'orange juice' grip.
Yes, I will post the Weyersberg in the Heer forum. There's also another one that actually goes with it, will show that one also.
Beauties Serge!! Kevin.
Well Gents here my latest Henckels with a custom grip, i have contacted several seasoned collectors worldwide and they have only seen a handfull with the same grip.
E.Pack has used the same grip, that might be the maker as Henckels used a lot of Pack hardware, including this enhanced Pack3
Enjoy this lovely and rare grip!
I’m pretty sure I saw this dagger at the Max Show with Ford Crews and we discussed it in hand. I have personally never seen a grip like this but would love to see a few more examples as we all know new discoveries still abound. I also remember this dagger having a Klass marked scabbard which fit the crossguard type and hand work. I wonder if this is the same dagger?