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E. Bonsmann early sa

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    I hear these 'trident logo' early SAs are super rare. anyone seen one or heard of them? care to venture a value for one in decent shape? thanks!

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    below are 2 logo pics..one is Bonsmann and the other Ed Wustoff..which has the trident logo.
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    thanks loads, larry! good hunting, dw
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    below are 2 logo pics..one is Bonsmann and the other Ed Wustoff..which has the trident logo.

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    just for discussion i've found this dagger online..the eagle has been polished?' seems too shining.. bye all
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    I would say so. The tang would usually be dark overall. The shiney part might indicate the blade has been buffed.

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    yes..the guards seems a little bit less shining
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    Interesting crossgrain that is on a slant...which would explain what Ade has pointed out. The grip eagle is too new..and is hard to judge if late period or very recent. Either way..the eagle is not the early period nickel type. This is a Hard to find maker. Regards Larry
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    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

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