A lovely dagger and one you will not regret buying.
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12-08-2015 07:08 AM
Hi, like wrigleys gum, doublemint!! I love it, a beautiful dagger. I love that you are quite excited to own it. And thats why I love this forum, its a place where one can show it off and others get a chance to see what they otherwise would not. Good find, good buy.
beautiful, great shape and condition, that`s just the avatar.
The dagger to is beautiful well done.
"and when he gets to heaven,
to saint peter he will tell:
"Just another marine reporting, sir
I've served my time in hell."
It doesnt sometimes..depending upon the producer ! These etches in some cases were applied at the same time on both sides of the blade...being an all in one process. None were exactly perfect. I do agree though..that it should have nothing to do with the opposite sides of the blade. It was how the template was made. Regards Larry
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- Larry C
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Great dagger I too almost picked this one up but I found an identical one at a show just the other day, a really nice piece of history in many ways with this one. Congrats!
What a find!...
It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.
I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...
Seems we all say this one at JR's LOL
Dagger is what we would expect of an early Eickhorn dagger.
Benchmarked, chuncky lip and typical crossguard, the scabbard catched some rust as these ex-Rohm often do, i like this textbook Eick!