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SA dagger with wood damage.

Article about: No pics, just a question. I see some daggers with small wood problems such as stress cracks or small chips by the guard and repaired. What does that do to the price if everything else checks

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    Thanks, I read it quickly and misinterpreted what you meant.

    The comment "you would be throwing your money into a well, never to be seen again", is referring to the money paid above what it's worth is, not that the whole dagger and $$ is wasted.

    I sometimes get defensive when I see people that only collect mint treat anything less as worthless to collect.

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    If you like it,can afford it and want it-buy it and enjoy it. Simple enough.

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

  4. #23


    It's up now at WAF for $450 Include ship North America. Lets see how long it lasts lol!

    SOLD in 12 hours, I guess it's not ugly or a waste to others.
    Last edited by WW2headgearlover; 06-10-2016 at 07:17 PM.

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    If you like it,can afford it and want it-buy it and enjoy it. Simple enough.
    You are correct sir, thanks!

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