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Very Early Carl Eickhorn, HJ knife / dagger grave

Article about: This piece (carl eickhorn) comes directly from a Saxon attic. the condition is not mint but good I am very happy about this piece. I knew this model so far only by A.Wingen Unfortunately, wi

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    Thank you for sharing a glimpse of a rare one!


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    Quote by Larry C View Post
    What is " Dagger Grave " Maxx...please explain as seen in your thread title.

    I meant Grave Gagger - a mistake
    This can be changed subject?
    thank you!

    Here is a Russian thread: *анний HJ. - *азное - SAMMLER.RU

    greetings

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    You had me worried a little Maxx..when the word " Grave " was added. Black digging crossed my mind..but Im grateful for your correction Best Regards Larry
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    I'm OK with the idea of a conversion of a WWI type of trench knife. But when I tried to mentally picture the steps involved in this method of a conversion, versus just removing both rivets and installing the emblem like a regular HJ knife. It seems to me more like that scenario would be something that more likely might be done in a first rate factory. With my thinking being that a conversion like this one could very likely be one done by a local craftsman at the request of someone who already had the knife. Best Regards, Fred

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    I do not think if I understand you correctly Fred .
    there is this piece by A.Wingen.
    please if someone discovers a scabbard it tells me.
    dealer or private ....it does not matter
    how are these daggers traded price?

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    https://www.lakesidetrader.com/Archi...1&note=1z571e4
    and here the knife from Ivan:Rare "eagle heads" HJ knife by E.P. & S.
    greetings and sorry for my bad english!

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    Maxxx, To clarify any possible misunderstanding, I was speaking directly to the early Eickhorn TM trench style knife. With the wood grips that have a fairly noticeable stress fracture running from the cavity portion to the crossguard. Best Regards, Fred

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    I'm looking for scabbard
    dealer link or collector does not matter

    thanks!

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    Great In wear Photo Maxx....I will add it to the Period In Wear Photos sub forum and give you credit for the pic . Nice !!

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    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

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    Maxx that is a real great find!
    I think you ment in your title: a digged up dagger....in this case a bad google translation

    What is the total lenght of the blade Maxx?
    If i see a scabbard you will have a pm

    Cheers
    Ger

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    Quote by gerrit View Post
    Maxx that is a real great find!
    I think you ment in your title: a digged up dagger....in this case a bad google translation

    What is the total lenght of the blade Maxx?
    If i see a scabbard you will have a pm

    Cheers
    Ger


    hallo ger,

    I have it copied incorrectly from Google Translate
    I bought a new grave dagger with scabbard for a very good price.
    As chance would have it: a early eickhorn with the same logo
    the knife would have the next few days with the coming post
    if I have it, I show the piece
    thank you for your offer ger!

    the total lenght of the blade is:15cm

    greeting

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