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Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco

Article about: My latest catch, it has a killer blade almost 100% of its original crossgrain. Etching still has its original blacking. Grip and inlays are superb, and the scabbard condition is great! This

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    Default Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco

    My latest catch, it has a killer blade almost 100% of its original crossgrain.
    Etching still has its original blacking.
    Grip and inlays are superb, and the scabbard condition is great!
    This one rates pretty high on the Sarr list!
    Cheers Ger
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco
    Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco

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    Congrats Gerrit!! A well conditioned dagger and also a 7 on the McSaar. The logo reminds me of something nuclear. I can see that the runes button is the flatter and darker type. These always seem to carry their luster. Nice. I feel any dagger to be found regardless of how common or rare,,is having near or to 100% crossgrain. That is a rarity in itself!! The Gruppe mark "Fr" is correct for this maker and "BO" has been seen also. Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    Default Re: Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco

    Ger,


    Now Thats a Top Quality Conditioned Early SA By a Seldom Seen Maker


    Congrats!!!


    I Think You Have Won The Lotto Lately



    Regards Mac 66.

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    Been drooling for half an hour over this Ger so i think i better comment on it now JELOUSY!! is creeping in here love it mate just love it, ticks every box for me, glad to see you finally got it,
    thanks for showing,
    Ronnie

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    Ger it looks 10 times better in the photos than on Skype...The dagger looks nearly brand new...Im impressed young man..lol....Store that 1 carefully bring it out when you need to cheer yourself up a little....lol... Excellent dagger thanks for posting the pictures...Cheers Terry.

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    great dagger.

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    Default Re: Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco

    Thank you all for the kind words
    And you all know, they always look better for real......

    Ger

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    Default Re: Early SA Dienstdolch by Leuco

    A cracker Ger and a maker mark i've never seen before ! Thanks for showing it .
    REGARDS AL

    We are the Pilgrims , master, we shall go
    Always a little further : it may be
    Beyond that last blue mountain barred with snow
    Across that angry or that glimmering sea...

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