Thank you for great answer Wolfgang and Peter. I would probably not look after a black grip when this is like my grandfather found it during the war. I starts to get more and more interested in the WW2 and hope to find more items at my now grandmother place, since they where close to the germans during the war. On the other hand you have a very nice collection!
01-05-2014 03:09 PM
Really great picture wolfgang, your piccys always look great. Im jealous of ur photographic ability and ur collection
Gaute, id leave your dagger as found. Some people like the mixed parts thing as it tells a story on its own but of course its up to you.
Peter, Like you ive always liked the white/cream handled daggers, Ive always considered them to be look more elegant..... like ivory I suppose.
ops....i think i should start a new thread...i apologize to peter
Thx Peter for showing your Lufts here.
SMF ALU sword easily loose their gilding on the sunwheels.
I have had a totaly mint LW sword with gilt worn off for 50 % or more,while the rest of the sword was mint.
I guess a bit to enthousiastic with rubbing by the owner or vet, made the gilt washes off easily.
Very Nice representative pieces. Great condition, thanks for sharing.............Frank
Another Blast from the Past..first Ronnie..and now your great return..Welcome Back Peter..I hope all is well..and thankyou for posting a great dagger from a good caretaking producer. Well Crafted
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