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Early slant grip army by Christianswerk

Article about: I would like to show you this early army dagger by the rare maker Christianswerk. The tip of the blade is a bit blunt but the rest of the blade is in pretty good shape. This maker seems to h

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    I would like to show you this early army dagger by the rare maker Christianswerk. The tip of the blade is a bit blunt but the rest of the blade is in pretty good shape. This maker seems to have used only plated blades that a have a somewhat dull finish. Enjoy the pictures.

    Danny
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    Hi Danny, very nice Christianswerk dagger i very good condition. I like crossguard and pommel - both are in superb quality!

    Best regards

    Peter

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    Rare maker Danny...I have always delighted in Heer and Luftwaffe blades being the plated type..to a great mirror finish. IMO it gives the dagger that "Classy look" to it. Yet I do not prefer..to see..Political dagger blades...without crossgrain.

    The Luftwaffe and Heer daggers are in a league and class of their own. Regards Larry
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    Another RARE one Danny, looks very correct.. good show!! Kevin

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    Danny thats a lovely rare Slant, blade is similar to the one that i sold to Peter indeed they are a bit dull, imo a textbook Christianswerk.

    Regards,
    Ger

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    Thanks alot for the kind comments guys!

    Danny

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