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Alcoso Navy Dagger

Article about: Here is my Alcoso Navy dagger I had a request to show a while ago. It has lots of patina on it, hope you like it.

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    Nice dagger, Tomaz.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Best, Oleg.

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    Thank you very much guys for the nice comments, much appreciated.
    Best Tomaz.

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    Not too often do we see carrying rings enhanced on these Pebbled scabbard types. Just noticed it.
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    Alcoso were the only company to use hammered rings on their hammered scabbards in the third reich period. They were also the only company who retained the M19 diamond/flower style cross guard and continued to use the old imperial designed pointy acanthus leaves on their lightening bolt scabbards. They are my favourite makers of all types of daggers.

    I have been looking to see if I can find a fouled anchor blade by Alcoso but have not seen any yet, does anyone know if they produced one or was it only the sailing ship etch that they used ?

    Best Tomaz.

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    Alcoso is my favourite maker of navy daggers. It's been quite some time since I have seen a fine example like the one you just showed. A great dagger indeed! You are right that Alcoso only used the sailing ship etch on their blades. I have never seen the fouled anchor type on an Alcoso navy.

    Best
    Danny

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    That is the one we are all waiting to find !! Fabulous example , congrats Tomaz .
    REGARDS AL

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    Beyond that last blue mountain barred with snow
    Across that angry or that glimmering sea...

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    Quote by dr73 View Post
    Alcoso is my favourite maker of navy daggers. It's been quite some time since I have seen a fine example like the one you just showed. A great dagger indeed! You are right that Alcoso only used the sailing ship etch on their blades. I have never seen the fouled anchor type on an Alcoso navy.

    Best
    Danny
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    Lovely looking Alcoso!
    Alcoso is also my favority maker of marine daggers, thx for showing this beauty Tomaz!

    Ger

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