11-07-2015 08:19 AM
Does it have a scabbard?
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Yes, it has a scabbard, in good condition too. I foolishly forgot to take a photograph! I take it then that these are worth considerably more with the scabbard?
Hi, you would need to provide better and focused pictures in order to assess your dagger, motto, eagle, scabbard. Have to say that I am not liking that much that cross guard the way it fits in the pommel. Also, not sure if due to the poor picture s effect, but what are those straight lines on the crossguard?
Nothing wrong with it that I can see from the blurred photos-aside from it's apparent poor condition. If it has no sheath, it's value would not be great-perhaps a couple hundred dollars at the most.
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Sorry about the picture quality, they were taken in a rush and I only realised how awful they were now! Here is another photo of the blade. The straight lines on the crossguard are a reflection of the roof I believe.
Wagriff, it does have a scabbard, I just didn't get a photo unfortunately.
Glad to hear from Ade and William, that there are no issues with your dagger
Make sure you dont overpay this starter, corse thats what it is, its a late RZM with a highly stained blade from a very common maker.
Blade condition is very important and this one aint good, no crossgrain, polished and stained.
It will never be of great value, dont pay more then the sum of its parts.
I would say $ 225 tops
In Aussie dollars that's probably more like $400 these days! I bet the local seller is wanting double that?