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Glass F.W Holler

Article about: Hello Everyone I would like to share a recent addition to my collection. Cheers Mario [ATTACH CONFIG]903780[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]903781[/ATTACH

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    Great photo Tom...even these guys hung their daggers on the wall..so cool
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    Great period pics Tom! Some of these Glass grips are translucent and some aren't.. I'm not sure what to think of the idea of these being an option that was advertised in the period as the period catologs I have seen make no mention of this on the price lists? Interesting subject though. Kevin.

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    Kevin good point - I do believe the ivory grip is mentioned but not the glass.

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    That is a lovely dagger Mario!!

    # as Tom stated it has a WKC scabbard with the one side screw, but i have tried to find a match for its scabbard bands and i just couldnt find it.
    Do you have any idea Tom?

    Ger

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    Ger Yes, Interesting note on the scabbard bands my curiosity is up on that also, I will post a close up tonight. Maybe someone has some input.

    Mario

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ID:	904632I have attached a comparson picture of a WKC scabbard on the right and the one for the holler in question.
    Look forward to some input.

    Mario

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