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Need Advice: To trade or not to trade my DLV Dagger for this Stag Luftwaffe Etched Bayonet?

Article about: Hey everyone. I need some advice here. I have an above average DLV Dagger that has a re-wrapped scabbard. SMF Maker. Another local collector wants to do an even trade for this Mint stag hand

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    Default Re: Need Advice: To trade or not to trade my DLV Dagger for this Stag Luftwaffe Etched Bayonet?

    Quote by Rancid66 View Post
    ................ "Bayonete manufactured by Reddick Enterprises." ............. I hope that i managed to help. Regards Vedran
    A friend of mine who is out of my area that I usually see at some of the larger shows is a high end pistol collector. The last time I saw him he had picked up in a trade a more or less same condition (it was complete and minus noticeable defects like grips that don't fit) HJ knife with another added feature that I don't remember at the moment. Nice looking, but a total postwar fake and 'Reddick' came to mind. But it could very easily have been somebody else - and possibly from where he gets the "stuff" that he sells? FP

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    Default Re: Need Advice: To trade or not to trade my DLV Dagger for this Stag Luftwaffe Etched Bayonet?

    Not that I doubted any of you, but I also emailed Wayne Techet about the dagger and he was very kind to reply with very good information to verify all of your responses. Total fake. 100%. No doubt. Thank you everyone! I'm about to purchase Wayne's book "German Etched Dress Bayonets" to save myself in the future!

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    Default Re: Need Advice: To trade or not to trade my DLV Dagger for this Stag Luftwaffe Etched Bayonet?

    Probably from Solingen manufactories, which have stopped producing dress blads in 1943/1944, to save material, partly because of the war.
    Basically is remained a lot of unfinished parts, that are sold cheaply, after the war.
    Similar was the story with Herr daggers parts.

    Regards
    Vedran

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