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Eickhorn Heer with 3rd model Crossguard

Article about: I am working on some more photos of my daggers. This is one of my favourite Eickhorns. Third model crossguard, with nicely patined plating and a great unflawed "Glass" grip. The bl

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    They are all very lovely examples Wolfgang!
    Thank you for sharing them with us.

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    Man.. Those black grip daggers are neat.

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    really amazing daggers. in wonderful conditions...and wonderful quality photos i've ever seen in my little experience

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    Great daggers.

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    Thx for showing these beauty's!
    Third types Eick guards are very hard to find, this is real eye candy!


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    Very nice daggers you show here Wolfgang That third pattern Eickhorn is missing in most collections, including mine I really love your photography. Thanks for sharing.


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    great daggers and pics.

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    Hi Wolfgang, you have some very nice daggers! I like them, because each has perfect condition. I agree with Danny, 3rd. patter Eickhorn crossguard is missing in many army daggers type collectors! But soon, I hope I will find it!

    Thanks for showing these amazing daggers.

    Regards peter

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    Thank you for all the kind comments, it is a pleasure to share my collection with those who appreciate these items.
    I have been studying and designing knives for the past 35 years. To me the Heer dagger along with the diplomatic / GO daggers represent the best of Casbergs design work. The Heer daggers have classic lines, perfect proportioning and just enough detailing to provide interest.
    Two years ago I had one Heer dagger in my collection, an Eickhorn with non matching components given to me as a gift. I fell in love with the design after I took the time to truly study it in detail. The end result is that I now have over 70 of these things. Heer daggers are plentiful, but finding them in very good un-messesed with condition is no easy feat. The very early daggers are even more difficult to find, but worth the effort.

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