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Article about: Hello folks, figured it was about time I posted some of my more recent finds. Here is a early Pack that I really like.. all black and a lot of character. All the hand work that Pack is known

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    Hello folks, figured it was about time I posted some of my more recent finds. Here is a early Pack that I really like.. all black and a lot of character. All the hand work that Pack is known for, along with their earliest maker mark and a tapered tang!.. comments welcome, Kevin.

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    Great piece Kevin,
    That enhancing around the birds neck is some attention to detail. Lovely burnished TM, great patina, flawless blade and a rare config from one of the best manufacturers of the period. They do not come much better than that one.
    Congrats

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    Very, very nice. Beautiful patina to thee entire piece. Thanks for sharing this beauty!
    Mark

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    Degens, This dagger is very minty indeed, I was glad to find it! These fittings with this grip type is a configuration I have not seen before, the grip is unusual itself and is very slim indeed (and packed full of a wide tapered tang!). Perhaps the first non slant grip type used by Pack?

    MLK, Thanks for kind words! Kevin.

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    Beautiful Crossgraining Kevin..and love the deep logo etch. Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    PM sent Kevin.
    Yes, definitely right on the transition from slant to type B grip, so the type 2's can be found with either. I cannot ever remember seeing a 1st Pack with type B grip from E-Pack themselves although Heller, Henckels and others certainly did.

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    Beautiful config and i was a bit surprised not to see a slant on the dagger....but it immediatly reminded me of my Klaas dagger with Pack fittings that has a similar semi glass grip ( translucent).
    Your Pack has all that i like to see on an early Pack, typical scabbard bands, the dots on the pommel, and i like the eagle!
    the blade is a dream!

    here the grip with pack guard to compare!

    Reagards,
    Ger
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    Nothing left to say! That is a stunner of a Pack anyway that you look at it. The head and neck of the eagle is amazing handwork. Smooth as silk sheath and a mirror like blade to match. Great enhancement on the pommel. Just a top notch Heer.
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    That's a spectacular dagger! Everything has been said already. I love it!

    Danny

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    Thanks all!

    Ger, Thanks for the Klaas pic.. interesting that the grip is very slim like my Pack. Cant see much of it but it looks to have a Klaas pommel not a Pack? Kevin.

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