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Dagger identification- 2nd Naval ?

Article about: Hi, New to the forum. Figured this was a good place to get some answers. Part of my collection is this (what appears to be) Kriegsmarine dagger. From what I have founf, some people tote it a

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    Seen two identical to yours here in Canada over the years.....
    They have etched "demasceening" on the blades.

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    Yeah, a few pop up here and there, but no one seems to know their origin. Apparently there is one in the Police Exhibit down in Florida as well.

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    Yeah, sorry, not sure if the spelling is correct - What I meant was - they have fake or artificial Demascus patterns etched onto the blades.

    It's a term used to describe the patterns made when two or more metals are fused together in a process not unlike the way Samurai blades are produced.

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