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Eickhorn with type 3 crossguard

Article about: Danny, what can i say? SUPERB! Thx for posting these beauty's, great pics you shot my friend! Ger

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    Danny,

    what can i say?
    SUPERB!
    Thx for posting these beauty's, great pics you shot my friend!

    Ger

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    Hi Danny, so this is your Eickhorn dagger with hard to find 3 pattern crossguard! You are very lucky, because this dagger is really fantastic and in perfect condition - I like deep orange color. It is nice to see all Eickhorns together, now you can focus to another producers, because you are in finis with Eickhorn

    Thanks for showing this wonderful Eickhorns to us!

    Best regards Peter

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    Quote by PeterCollector View Post
    Hi Danny, so this is your Eickhorn dagger with hard to find 3 pattern crossguard! You are very lucky, because this dagger is really fantastic and in perfect condition - I like deep orange color. It is nice to see all Eickhorns together, now you can focus to another producers, because you are in finis with Eickhorn

    Thanks for showing this wonderful Eickhorns to us!

    Best regards Peter
    Well maybe Peter.......... there are still all the different Eickhorn maker marks if one wants all the versions it never ends.

    Wolfgang

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    Good grief I feel like a 10 yr old in a candy shop looking through the glass at all those yummy different colored grips!! amazing photo's and daggers, I have an Eickhorn type 4 that was one of my first daggers I bought, even though it isnt worthy enough to be in the same thread as yours here it is anyway LOL
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    I like all Eickhorn daggers Maximus so thanks for posting yours. Those hangers you got with it are also very nice. From the pictures I would say they are the early heavy brass type. Not easy to come by these days.

    Here are some extra pictures of the ivory grip dagger as Wolfgang requested.

    Danny
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    Thank you for taking the time to photograph the ivory grip Ger. It is a wonderful example with just enough patina to show the grain. This combined with the absolutely breathtaking blade would make it a highlight of any collection. Wow!!!!!

    Wolfgang

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    Thank you dr73 for sharing the pic's of the 4 types. I have never seen them all in one shot to compare the differences in the cross guard. Along with the subtle changes in the feather design/arrangement on the wing and breast of the eagle, I notice the the wreath also gets more detailed going from 1 to 4 but tend to go back to the original 1st type in the 4th type.
    Thank you once again for the opportunity to view them all in one post..
    Semper Fi
    Phil
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    The Heer forum is very fortunate to have such a great assemblage... and thanks to you guys who built it!!
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Thanks again for your kind comments It's always a pleasure to share pieces of my collection with you guys. And Wolfgang, I know Ger takes great pictures but this time it was me who shot these photos LOL

    Danny

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    Oooops, sorry about that Danny, I had just read one of Gers posts, my brain had not caught up to reality.......

    Wolfgang

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