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Article about: Hello Gents I would like to hear your opinions about a transitional Holer SA dagger I could buy. I kwow that Holler never used on a SA the logo shown on this one. See also: http://www.warrel

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    Hello Gents I would like to hear your opinions about a transitional Holer SA dagger I could buy.
    I kwow that Holler never used on a SA the logo shown on this one.

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    See also:
    SA Rohm inscription

    But it looks like it’s a correct middle period logo.
    Typical/Non Typical Holler 2nd

    Holy Grail or “hot as a five dollar pistol”?

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    Could you show pictures of the entire dagger?

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    I hope this wil do.

    Regards,
    Cor

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    Hi Cor..... Nice Mid period transitional..and yes Holler did use the thermometer logo "starting" in the Middle period. The Thermometer is the correct size for the Mid period also. The condition is outstanding. There is still "wood" left in the woodwork Nice to see that there are minty examples still in hiding. Below are the 3 logo examples from FW Holler.
    If I have missed something other comments are welcome.

    Regards Larry

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    Thank you very much Larry for quick response.
    This is the answer that I like to hear.

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    Its price for sure is very good for a mint one like this!
    Ive seen this dagger already

    For sure its a lovely piece!

    Ger
    Last edited by gerrit; 08-21-2014 at 08:48 AM.

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    Beautiful piece!

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    Cor,


    Very nice Transitional Holler SA & highly collectable



    Congrats !



    Regards Mac 66.

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    Thanks Slade and Mac 66 and yes Ger, as a antique gun collector you sometimes
    have a nice other catch. Though it gives no "bang" but I'm beginning really to enjoy.

    Regards,
    Cor
    Last edited by Cor; 08-21-2014 at 11:59 AM.

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