04-04-2015 11:43 AM
The detail and patina are outstanding Ger..nice pick up on a rare maker. Regards Larry
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When I saw your first snapshots of this dagger I was already impressed but after seeing these new photo's I'm even more impressed! What a great dagger! It has everything I like to see in an early army dagger by Weyersberg. Can't wait to hold it in my hands when we meet in may.
Saw that one up for sale.. great dagger with all the desirable traits! Congrats! I imagine no numbers on this later example? Kevin.
Your right Kevin, this one is not marked.
Hi Ger, you have lovely dagger! I compare it to my Weyersberg and there are several differences between them - I mean hand work on pommel and scabbard rings... Crossguards are almost identical. I start to like this early daggers, but they are hard to find
Very-Very Nice Weyersberg like Kevin I almost snatched this beauty up myself. You have to love the “Cyclops Eye” on these weyersberg army daggers seems to me these later Weyersbergs are just as hard to find as the slants or perhaps harder.
Thank you Gents for the nice words!
Its one of those daggers that needs to be bought when they pass by...
Hi Ger , firstly can i say thanks for showing this dagger , it is a real treat for me as P Weyersberg is my favourite edged weapon manufacturer and what a superb example ...i love it , secondly , can i just congratulate you on your photography skills , i do not believe i have seen better and when fully expanded the photos show every miniscule detail .... marvelous
thanks again for the treat mate
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