plz, try to stick to English or the German terminology. Not all collectors here speak dutch^^
I know little of these daggers, therefore I cannot comment on the authenticity of the dagger. I do know there are fakes around with this maker mark.
The dagger you show is a post war copy. Just compare the trademark to this original one.
Paul Weyersberg's firm produced some very high quality pieces in a variety of different areas, but this is not one of them. As said, this is a post-war replica.
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
Thanks you all a lot for the info,it confirmend more or less what I expected.
But one wants to be sure .
And I will stick to English,sorry for the mistake.
With kind regards,