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Article about: i assume that if you see a ww2 german officers dagger and the sheath for sale that has, made in germany you dont want to collect that...right?

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    i assume that if you see a ww2 german officers dagger and the sheath for sale that has, "made in germany" you dont want to collect that...right? Click image for larger version. 

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    OHhhh dear me

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    hahahaha dead give away...lol shameful stuff on ebay!

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    Its similar to the song Jonny cash sung "one piece at a time" but i dont know what this is either

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    Sometimes authentic WWII German items will say "made in Germany" in English. This of course would have been added later when the item was exported from Germany and imported into the United States for example. Not this dagger though. Rather it says made in Germany or not, this dagger is not something worth buying unless you're a picker for Snyder's Treasures.

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    ouch!

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    Lol may as well say made in china.

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    A true parts dagger imported in the late 1950's and sold from ads in the back end of men's magazines. Only the handle and the pre-3rd Reich Kreigsmarine pommel are of any value as parts. These came out long before Jim Atwood polluted the collector market. The never had original scabbards, always these funky leather ones.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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    Wow, thats an ugly perisher and no mistake, did'nt know these were still around, i remember these in the late 60s as well

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    If you can get it for 5 bucks then it would be a nice letter opener

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