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Heer dagger by Henckels, mid period.

Article about: This dagger comes straight from the vet's family and was a so called Hotel buy. This mid period Henckels with the large Logo comes with a shouldered tang, and 3th pattern Alcoso fittings. Al

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    Default Heer dagger by Henckels, mid period.

    This dagger comes straight from the vet's family and was a so called Hotel buy.
    This mid period Henckels with the large Logo comes with a shouldered tang, and 3th pattern Alcoso fittings.
    Alcoso was known as one of their suppliers, they alsosupplied Henckels with 2nd Luft fittings.
    They used these large logo blades on their Heer and Luft's.
    Henckels heer daggers are very hard to find, so im pretty pleased finding this one!
    I think it has a great patina, and the blade is near mint with great crossgrain.
    Enjoy the pics!
    Regards,
    Ger
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    That patina is like a nice chocolate coating. Nice!!!! Blade is a beauty


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    Great find! I am a believer in these later Alcoso fitted Henckels pieces, I have owned the Luft 2nd version right out of the woodwork. Condition looks great and the factory applied black patina says Alcoso all the way! Congrats.. Kevin.

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    Ger I really do like this one just love the work on the fittings and the blade!!!!!
    thanks for showing (lucky sod)
    cheers Ronnie

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    I like the deep etch on this..as most etches seem to lay on top. Another rare find.
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    Very nice colouring on this Dagger.. blade & other metal work all has a nice look to it. Thanks for the snaps.. Cheers Terry.

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    I still want to lick the patina on that baby it looks so good...In MN you don't lick metal in the winter though.


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    Henckels ! That's a nice one Ger.
    Hard to find, especially with the large logo. Congrats ! cool military

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    Untouched dark patina on the silvering-excellent honey colored grip-Great detailing! Checks all the boxes and then some!
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    Thank you all Gents for the nice words
    Its appreciated!

    Regards,
    Ger

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