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More help on daggers: Heer and Kreigsmarine

Article about: A couple more of my father's friend daggers Real or no I have posted several listings Any help on any of the daggers is appreciated. This is a wonderful site

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    No Ronnie He lives in California Will try and get Jon

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    Jon i have just gone through the book on navy daggers by Thomas Wittman and it states the dagger is called the " robert Klass "U9" dirk and was prodced by them (Klass)and there was less than 100 produced and is very rare, so i think as we suspected this is a copy as the maker you are showing is not Klass.
    hope this help's Ronnie

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    Good info Helps when the fakers do not know who makes what
    Thanks Jon

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    Quote by davejb View Post
    A Robert Klass second model Naval dagger with the U9 submarine on blade is currently for sale on the LTC T Johnson site for $9500, this mans weapons are normally 100% genuine, or so i have been led to believe.
    I'm not so sure all his items are legit.

    Not a bank-breaking, high-end object, although he claimed it to be an original,
    I purchased a simple brown SA dagger-hanger 'keeper' off them, and it is
    the cheapest, repro-looking, most poorly made thing I've ever seen !

    My bet is he brought some of these in from somewhere
    that have been made up...............







    Regards, Steve.

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    Quote by doggone View Post
    Steve If find site will let you know
    Thanks, Dog !

    It would be interesting to see what they actually have.................





    Regards, Steve.

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    Quote by 85ronnies View Post
    Jon i have just gone through the book on navy daggers by Thomas Wittman and it states the dagger is called the " robert Klass "U9" dirk and was prodced by them (Klass)and there was less than 100 produced and is very rare, so i think as we suspected this is a copy as the maker you are showing is not Klass.
    hope this help's Ronnie


    Bang on. Ronnie !!!!!




    Regards, Steve.

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    Doggone, I am somewhat new to this forum but have been collecting WW2 German militaria fo 30 years. I also have doubts about your friends Navy dagger but the Army officer is a very nice looking in my oppinion,totally original Heer dagger with very early fittings!! Is there a maker mark on the blade? Looks like EARLY WKC fittings but the scabbard on WKC's ussually have one screw holding the throught except for the very early examples. Give me a little more info and I will do what I can.(Hangers are OK too by the way) Kevin

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