Hi Mikee..an obscure producer...who we dont see too much off. I see no issues with it..and with the exception of minute details that these Heer daggers seem to challenge most collectors...Im sure Gerrit, Tom Kendall and Heers68 will comment further on types of fittings used and shared with this maker.
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That is a nice textbook generic A fitted WMW dagger.
Agree with Ger, correct "Gen A" WMW with one of the two scabbards seen with these fittings..
No this is not an early piece, as production for Army daggers began in 35'. I would put this one, as you said in the 38' to 40' era. Best, Kevin.
cool,.that wagle is slick my man!!! great piece
looks very nice!
Here's mine for comparison. Is the grip on yours painted mikee?? I just have a feeling mine was once the same yellow colour and was at some stage rubbed down.
Heer Dagger by WMW Posted as Requested.
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