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Article about: After viewing "Dutch Daggerman's" interesting post showing the Klihaso mark I thought I would put this one up for review. Found these rather bad pics of this "A" generic

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    After viewing "Dutch Daggerman's" interesting post showing the Klihaso mark I thought I would put this one up for review. Found these rather bad pics of this "A" generic fitted Heer back in 2005 on a German auction sight, it went rather cheap and unfortunately not to me. Mark says "W. Cauberg est. 18?" under a Saber. These guys were a maker too!, of swords mostly seen prewar. Seen it before?? Kevin.

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    This post should be merged with the Klihaso thread for reference purposes. Another erroneous maker mark on another late war dagger. Anybody seeing a pattern here.

    "EST" in the maker mark !......classic.

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    Done ! ..posts moved thread closed ! Regards Larry

    Thread continuation here : pictures KLIHASO Heersdolch
    Last edited by Larry C; 11-18-2014 at 03:49 AM.
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