These are 2 Great finds for the Heer type collector. In your top photos it appears..that the scabbards are 2 different sizes from each other or is it the photos making it look like that? Interesting. Regards Larry
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Nice Army daggers. timothy
Hi daggers are very interesting. Please can you post better photos of H. Kolping dagger crossguard and pommel? Crossguard looks like W.K.C. 3rd. type and pommel with scabbard are generic.
Is the grip material on the Kolping made of glass?
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Very Nice daggers!
I love the slant Plumacher, who bought his crossguards etc. from factory's like E pack and Alcoso
Hi, thanks for the photos. Pommel and crossguard are made by W.K.C, while scabbard is generic. This is not a textbook example, but maybe W.K.C. sold some of its own parts to this small producer, still it is interesting piece.
Peter, I have found W.K.C Crossguard and Pommel on this marker before along with generic scabbard also, one can also find in references books not really sure what is text book for a small company that purchased all parts from various producers.
But some good input.