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TIGER maker marks - Army daggers, Heeres Offiziersdolch

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    I thought this would of been of interest..of the logo variant types used by the Lauterjung Co. by bringing it to the top

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    Excellent looking 'Tiger.'
    Would be one of my favourites as well, were it mine.

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    These are my two Tiger's.

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    Here's the maker mark on the Luftwaffe dagger, it's been double stamped which I believe is not unusual. According to the list of types here, this is a No.3.

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    This is the one on the Heer blade, apparently a No.5.

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    That last logo looks more like a Tasmanian Tiger

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    Continuation of the Tiger Solingen logo from the Ned dagger.
    Late Tiger Solingen Heer dagger.
    (Generic A type.)

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    Vedran
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    Nice daggers and reference info here! I have the #2 mark on a initial production Luft 2nd..

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