Early heer dagger by E. Pack
I would like to show you the latest addition to my collection of army daggers. It's a beatiful slant grip dagger by E. Pack. It has all the nice details you want to see on a Pack army dagger. A beautiful type 2 Pack crossguard and the typical hand enhanced scabbard bands. Also the handwork on the pommel is very nice. The blade is in perfect condition. Enjoy the pictures.
09-11-2013 11:51 AM
Hi Danny, I like E. Pack produced daggers - but especially early! This 2nd. type of crossguard is almost impossible to find in today´s market. This MINT conditioned example is one of the best I ever seen. You can be really proud to have this example in collection!
Last edited by PeterCollector; 09-11-2013 at 02:00 PM.
That is one hell of a slant you got there
Its in a wonderful condition, no upgrade ever needed.
now its about time you show us an overview of all of your gorgeous Heer Daggers
Danny that's amazing piece of art,the best of the best IMO.
Rarity, condition, quality and first rate early hand enhancing by E-Pack. They do not come any better than this, you have a great eye sir. Extremely scarce and desirable army dagger .
I own its twin, just not quite in that unbelievable condition, congrats.
Great photos Danny ! They really show this baby off at it's best , thanks for showing this fantastic example
We are the Pilgrims , master, we shall go
Always a little further : it may be
Beyond that last blue mountain barred with snow
Across that angry or that glimmering sea...
About as good as they get! Great find! The detail of the eagle is especially impressive!
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
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Here is mine for comparison, every example I have seen ( probably only 4 or 5 ) has looked virtually identical, same coloured grips, same elaborate stippling or punch work around the upper edge of the pommel above the leaves and heavily enhanced scabbard bands.