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Article about: It seems a good buy at 400 euros but... have asked for better pic of makers mark but seller claims his cam is no good and this is the best closeup he can deliver What do you guys think Also

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    dave34
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    It seems a good buy at 400 euros but...
    have asked for better pic of makers mark but seller claims his cam is no good and this is the best closeup he can deliver
    What do you guys think

    Also thanks for a great forum...just found it and registred today and have to admit i've spent most of the day here

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    dave34
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    was a bit too fast there as the pics did'nt make it
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    You didn't ad the picture aparently.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Hi Dave, welcome to the forum and I am glad you are enjoying it.

    The dagger looks fine

    Cheers, Ade.

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    dave34
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    Btw...Gau mark is No and crossguard etc. looks like solid nickel meaning an early piece if i've got this right?

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    Hi Dave, you have it right. A good early pre RZM peice.

    The marking, "No" is for SA Gruppe Nordsee . (Not Gau)

    I would say the only we would need to see is some good clear close ups on the scabbard to check if the paint is all original.

    Cheers, Ade.

    PS: and tell the seller to put it in the scabbard the right way around. This is one of my pet hates

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    dave34
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    i've gotten scabbart pics but also of poor quality..
    I've seen some writing about "rareity" of makers?
    Does anyone know about this spitzer?

    Yes i noticed, and felt a bit proud as i'm fairly new to this, that he'd put it wrong :-)
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    Hi Dave, sorry, I am not keen at all on the paint. This would make me pass on the dagger if offered to me to be honest.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    dave34
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    The paint is also my concern...Maybe it's done later ...looks like it's dotted in a way so mabe the scabbard was rusting

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    dave34
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    Or maybe it's just a bad paintjob done by the sa guy himself, as i've read they did it in the early days?

    The scabbard fittings look ok to me and "early" too?

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