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Article about: Guys, I would like to show these late period army daggers. Thanks, Hal

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    Guys, I would like to show these late period army daggers. Thanks, Hal
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    hi Hal , nice to see the ageing process on these two , that`s how i like to see them .....Al

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    Thanx again Hal nice tiger pretty rare maker also keep em coming please
    cheers Ronnie

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    eagle crossguard ...EXCELLENT!

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    A couple of very nice Army daggers, Hal ! !

    I have an orange gripped version (Horster) but these white
    ones look very classy and must have really stood
    out against the uniform !




    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate your comments. Best, Hal

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    Some fine Heer daggers I love the style of the later Alcoso pommel

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    Nice late pieces! I like the Alcoso..they always used their own fittings on their Heers.. Alcoso was known for using celluloid over wood on their wartime pieces, much less seen than celluloid over plaster, if you have a look be careful as the plaster filled grips are delicate! Both correct and nice, congrats! Kevin.

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    Thx for posting these daggers

    Alcoso is one of my favorites, having that smaller pommel/grip with those pointy leaves!

    Nice grip info Kevin, thx!


    Ger

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    Totally agree. The Tiger is excellent, but the Alcoso steals the show. A fine pair, by any standards.
    William

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

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