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Early heer dagger by E. Pack

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    Hi guys,

    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.

    Danny
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    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!

    Regards Peter
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    That is one hell of a slant you got there
    Its in a wonderful condition, no upgrade ever needed.
    Congratz Danny!

    now its about time you show us an overview of all of your gorgeous Heer Daggers

    Ger

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    Danny that's amazing piece of art,the best of the best IMO.

    Regards

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    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.

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    Excellent find there Danny!!!! (I am giving up colleting daggers, you and Ger have all the best ones ) I would love to sit and have a look at your's and Ger's dagger collection probably wouldn't get me out of the room's
    thanks for showing
    cheers Ronnie

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    Great photos Danny ! They really show this baby off at it's best , thanks for showing this fantastic example
    REGARDS AL

    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...

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    About as good as they get! Great find! The detail of the eagle is especially impressive!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Hi Danny ...yet another great example..and I have to say just looking at the blade..this one must of been a "sock drawer" sleeper!! The blade is in an immaculate virgin state of preservation. I feel its all in the construction and the leather buffer..that locks out the elements. Rare to see any Pack dagger in this condition.

    Quote by PeterCollector View Post
    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.
    It is this type of comment that really shows a passion for collecting. For someone to show this much enthusiasm over a crossguard..or any type of dagger fitting..has much heart. This is what collecting is all about...taking a discussion and turning it into dissection..finding the truth..and applying it as a point of reference.

    When we take a common looking dagger or sword..and discuss fittings of variance or markings...it is this that separates the scholar from the novice. This is a goal that should be attained by all wanting to learn the truth about the Edged Weapon and the time period.
    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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    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.


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