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My collection of heer daggers

Article about: Hi guys, it's been a while since I posted my collection of kriegsmarine daggers. But as some of you know, I also love army daggers. I would like to share the pictures of my heer dagger colle

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    Stunning Horster grouping. They really do not come any better, that ivory grip Horster is a rare beast indeed.

    2 WKC fitted Horsters as well, these are far from easy to find especially in this condition. Keep an eye out for a Horster 2nd Danny as well to add to your wonderful collection, you will love this cross-guard, the detail is nearly always good on this pattern and it is one of the best cross-guards ever produced in my opinion.

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    Thanks for the kind replies guys! Here's another update. No slants this time but very nice daggers IMO. I would like to show you my army daggers by Voos. All with type B crossguard but slightly different scabbard fittings. This is what makes collecting army daggers so facinating. I believe all Voos army daggers had a plated blade, just like the ones I show here.
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    The second Voos army I show also has the type B crossguard and type B grip and a nice personalization on the back of the crossguard.
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    The last Voos army also has a B-type crossguard but with hand enhanced wings. This is very seldom seen and very beautiful IMO. I wish they had done this on all their daggers Enjoy the pictures.

    Danny
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    Hi Danny, my friend, sorry for my late reply for this extra army dagger collection. Iīm now in new work and I had some problems with Internet connection, so I canīt see and answer.
    But now, I have some time to admire photos of your fantastic daggers! You have outstanding collection and I wish to own same collection like you have!

    Thanks a lot for showing this beauty to me and other collectors!

    Best regards

    Peter

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    Danny, Rare indeed to see hand work on a Generic B guard! Very nice Voos pieces! Kevin.

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    A real pleasure seeing these beauty's Danny!

    thx for showing...
    Ger

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    Thanks again guys! Peter: good to see you back here at the forum. Glad you liked my heer dagger post so far. There is much more to come

    Danny

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    Really enjoying the show some fine army daggers!

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    There all beauties, love those slant grips and the colours are amazing.

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