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Luftwaffe Dagger - Paul Weyersberg & Co Berlin

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    Default Re: Luftwaffe Dagger - Paul Weyersberg & Co Berlin

    Thanks for the information folks. Isnít it bizarre how the manufacturers of these copies go to such extraordinary lengths to provide convincing fakes but then make schoolboy errors of getting the stamp wrong?

    I am so pleased I did not purchase a German panzer crew tunic from a militaria fair at the wartime weekend at the East Lancashire Steam Railway a few years back. I was on the verge of going to the bank to draw out £1100 to buy it but I had a nagging doubt and in the end decided against. I bet the seller was gutted if it was fake as I would have been the ideal Ďmug punterí to palm off a fake on to.

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    Default Re: Luftwaffe Dagger - Paul Weyersberg & Co Berlin

    The mistake of "Berlin" as opposed to the correct location of Solingen was often down to stop them getting sued as some of these business' were at the time still operating.

    Cheers, Ade.

    PS: You may have had a very narrow escape!
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