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Luftwaffe 2nd pommel and crossguard

Article about: Hey guys I am still learning the different characteristics between the makers of dagger parts. Could anyone tell me who made these?

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    No problem. Not the most interesting thread out there

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    I will take a shot at it..the Crossguard looks like an Eickhorn type...and NO...every thread on this forum is interesting
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    Hi, in my opinion crossguard IS NOT generic, we see this crossguard on unmarked daggers frequently but on E. Pack, Wingen and others. The upper quillion arms has engraved oak leaf and acorns - we don´t see this things on generic crossguards. And in my opinion this crossguard shows some extra features on eagle´s head. I hope this crossguard is authentic and in some ways unique. Pommel is generci.

    Regards Peter

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