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    Interestingly, when I first posted this KM dagger earlier this year I think I placed them in a KM Photo Group or something like that...but I do see the post now in the new sub-forum Thanks to Larry and the moderators.

    Have since picked up some related KM items, and just took some new pics together with the nice KM dagger. New sub-forum a great idea
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    Beautiful pictures and a beautiful navy dagger! That blade is in wonderful condition. I really love this sailingship etch. Höller was one of the few makers that only used this one and never the more common fouled anchor type. Thanks for showing

    Danny

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    Its always nice to see related artifacts complimenting a specific branch of service. Adds alot to the history of the dagger and the branch of service. Excellent photos and the use of the brown wood table enhances all the items seen. Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    Thanks Larry and All. Getting those small KM stamps on the ammo pouches and buckle tabs, while keeping the dagger the main object, was a bit tricky . Agree the other related items of branch service do make for an interesting group pic . Hope to add a nice Heer dagger one day soon.

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