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Article about: Weather is bad here so no good pics. Just got this so had to use a rainy day so sorry about the pics. (Inside taken pics just are not the same). Will take more and better when the sun comes

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    Weather is bad here so no good pics. Just got this so had to use a rainy day so sorry about the pics. (Inside taken pics just are not the same).
    Will take more and better when the sun comes back out. It looks like a nice 3 to me but it is my first Heer.
    hope you all like this Alcoso and agree .All opinions welcome.Heer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer OffizierdolchHeer Offizierdolch

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    Last edited by Eric Zentner; 11-01-2013 at 05:05 AM.
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    No expert on this items but I like it.
    chris

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    I felt good about it Chris, but I know parts can inner change but all seem to be of proper order to me.
    But as I said this is not my major field of collecting though I have learned much here.

    Eric
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    Hi Eric..looks like a nice Alcoso all the way around. Conditioning and patina is equal..and the blade is near mint. I saw a finger print above the logo you might want wipe off quickly. I will move this to the Heer dagger forum. You done well picking this up.. Regards Larry
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    Hi, you show us very nice Army officer dagger made by Alcoso. Dagger is textbook piece - each part was produce by Alcoso. Crossguard is common 3rd. pattern that we usually see on daggers made by this producer. And I agree with Larry - quickly remove finger print from blade!

    Regards peter

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    A very nice textbook Alcoso Thanks for showing.

    Danny

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    Thanks for the kind words all.
    And the blade has now been cleaned with Ren-wax.

    Eric
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    I think is a lovely dagger!!
    Thx for showing.

    Ger

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