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New Plumacher pickup

Article about: You don't mess around Ronnie!! That is a stone cold beauty with rarity all around. I agree with my learned friends here that this is indeed a type one Klaas guard, look at those "erect&

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    Default New Plumacher pickup

    Hello guys I picked this up today at the Leeds Fair, it's not an easy dagger to find so I thought I would share it pretty sure this is one of those crossguards that have been brought to light on this forum that isn't to common either hope I am correct plenty of crossgrain on the blade and another one that jumped out and said buy me
    hope you like it as much as I do,
    thanks for looking, cheers Ronnie

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    Is it normal for the swastica to be so wobely? The detail on the eagle and wrath look very rough.

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    Hi Feurbach don't forget this was hand enchanced so there will be slight differences in the work
    thanks for looking,
    cheers Ronnie

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    Nice addition Ronnie,
    Klaas fittings, Plumacher had a habit of using Klaas parts and vice versa. This is a typical early/mid period Plumacher in great condition. Congrats.

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    Ronnie, thanks for nice sharp photos of great dagger! I only saw one late war Plumacher dagger few years ago, but with generic crossguard, and it was not so nice like yours dagger.
    Jon, thanks for your information, i don´t know that Plumacher use Klaas parts... interesting!

    Regards Peter

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    A Blast from the Past ..Hi Ronnie !! A Great entrance also . Beautiful dagger and crossgrain..stick around and dont be a stranger. I have a special thread coming up in October..called Dagoberfest !! Bring your favorite Dagger , Beer , and German Barmaid. See you there Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Ronnie great Plumacher you did well to pick this up. Great Klaas crossguard! Looks like a type one. Super rare maker and this one has a great hilt.

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    That's a beauty Ronnie! Like others said, very rare maker and in great condition! Congretulations on this find


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    The hand work on this piece is clearly evident. In absolutely untouched condition as well! A beautiful and scarce to see Heer! Nice find, for sure!

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Thanks vey much guys for all the comments and congrats
    @Larry thanks mate I know I haven't been on for a while but had a few things going on but back again now
    thanks again chaps, Ronnie

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