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Hermann Goring's lost dagger

Article about: Here is a nice Roger Steele copy, from the 70's. Where this incredible copy is today...is unknown. Johnny R.

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    Considering his one of his white tunics is valued at $250k .... and judging from that bag of diamonds ... my guess would be 500k- to over 1 million.... but like I said I'm just guessing

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    Certainly one-of-a-kind item. Thank goodness this did not go to the lost "scrap heap" of history.

    Johnny R.

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    I think that estimate is WAY OUT!
    The value of the stones alone would be worth in excess of that for a start surely?!?!?

    Mike

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    Quote by johnnyrocket View Post
    Certainly one-of-a-kind item. Thank goodness this did not go to the lost "scrap heap" of history.

    Johnny R.

    Ummm but it.

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    Quote by davies435 View Post
    I think that estimate is WAY OUT!
    The value of the stones alone would be worth in excess of that for a start surely?!?!?

    Mike
    take a guess then

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    My Guess (and I'm not in the precious stones business) would be that 1M would be a good starting price!
    More than that I can't offer any qualified opinion on.

    Mike

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    Once you take the diamonds out of the object they are worth what any other diamond of the same quality.It does not make any difference if it came from Goering sword or Zeus's sword a diamond is a diamond

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