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The Tom Kendall Heer Collection and Military Antiques

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    Default WKC Type-2

    An interesting dagger with a few nice features I picked up at the 2015 Max show. Type-2 WKC crossguard - WKC pom-leaf pommel - single side screw WKC scabbard. This is an early dagger with nice hand enhancement and lots of factory lacquer clinging to the dagger something you do not see often on the Type-2 configured daggers. The crossguard is personalized with the owners initials not a jeweler quality job but none the less a nice added feature. The scabbard is engraved with a date no doubt of some importance to the officer who owned this dagger likely the date of his birthday.
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  3. #132


    That's a real beauty WKC 2nd Tom! Condition, patina and double personalized!! I also think these initials are jeweler done, just not with the shading accents.. and you just don't see the scabbards personalized much! Congrats.. Kevin.

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    Should of came to the Max could of held it in your hand..and hang out at a Mob Restaurant year I hope
    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

  5. #134


    Hi Tom, you have nice WKC dagger! I´m still waiting for mine It is not very common dagger and not easy to find in this condition on todays market!

    best regards


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    Thanks guys for the comments really a neat dagger with some special features and hard to tell from the pics but the remaining spots of lacquer are really striking. If that is the owners birthday on the scabbard guess research is possible but beyond my capabilities. I really love this Pom-Leaf WKC pommel variant.
    Larry - I love the mob restaurant ! and a must for me when attending the max.
    I have a Frosty near mint Eick-Type-3 ill post soon I also picked up at the max these were my only two dagger purchases at the show.

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    Here is the Eickhorn with the Type-3 Crossguard while I am trying to focus on buying the few pieces left I need to complete my crossguard collection I couldn’t pass this one up nice and frosty.

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  8. #137


    Frosty indeed, nice find


  9. #138


    That is one beautiful crisp looking dagger, congratulations on your find

  10. #139


    Yeah,i remember this one,that's a clean beauty

  11. #140


    Very nice Eickhorn 3 Tom!


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