11-25-2015 10:13 AM
Hi Rezarf..welcome to the forum. This dagger is comprised of a mix of authentic and repro..and the blade itself being a common repro found in souvenir shops. There are many great threads within this forum..that would be good to compare your dagger with others. There is a pinned thread at the top of the page..that would be a great start in seeing certain details ..mainly the crossguard eagle.
Luftwaffe crossguard eagles have that stern look into their eyes. Take a walk through some of the threads..and ask questions. Each Luftwaffe producer had a slight variant detail change to their scabbard bands crossguards and Pommels. Overall..I would say..better xamples can be found if looking for one of these types.
Great place to start is here
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Thankyou Larry, i appreciate the advice
looks like a 70s Spanish fake to me.
As far as i can see its a repro all the way, cant find any Original part on this one.
Bad to the bone..