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1944 Navy Dagger

Article about: Mud in any case is not clear for me Vadim. However, I will study your replies/images... I greatly appreciate your time tending to all of our inquiries on this forum. Regards, Richie

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    Mud in any case is not clear for me Vadim. However, I will study your replies/images...

    I greatly appreciate your time tending to all of our inquiries on this forum.

    Regards,
    Richie
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    Fellow collectors are NOT adversaries to be bested...

    ☭ "Ричик, я не понимаю, почему, почему ты тратишь деньги на эти вещи!" ☭

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    Quote by RichieC View Post
    What about the belt that was worn under the "jacket"- pre - 1948?

    I say "jacket" as I do not know the regulations that daggers would be worn with either the service uniform and the parade uniform. The dagger was worn at times with the service (five button) "jacket"?
    With all types of uniforms except working uniform.
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    Quote by vvadim View Post
    Brown in color was M49 belt for Air Force dagger. On pre 1948 or rather pre 1947 lion was very sad and had ears. From 1947 trough 1955 it was more aggressive
    Very, very Sad indeed, these do not even look like Lions, they look more like a Chimp or monkey, no wonder they changed the design......

    Thank you Vadim (and Richie) for all the detailed info on these Naval Daggers or "Dirks" These are very good looking and very interesting Daggers. I would be proud to be the curator of one for a while also.

    Regards, Steve

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    Quote by vvadim View Post
    From 1941 - 1943 it was no manufacturing marking and year of production.
    Year or serial number was never engraved on the daggers.
    On the contrary Dear Sir.

    It seems that you are mistaken, due to representation of an actual example in the following three photographs.


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    [QUOTE=Boaris;210012]On the contrary Dear Sir.

    It seems that you are mistaken, due to representation of an actual example in the following three photographs.


    Thats a Very nice dagger Boaris. Thanks for showing it.
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    That S-shaped belt closure has been used by many countries' military forces. I don't know how far back this design goes but it was even used during the US Civil War.

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    On the contrary Dear Sir.

    It seems that you are mistaken, due to representation of an actual example in the following three photographs.
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    Sorry dude, It's low quality fake. I hope you didn't spent too much money on it.

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    Vadim,

    Kindly clarify if you feel the dagger itself is a complete fake, or just the № 000050 engraving.
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    Fellow collectors are NOT adversaries to be bested...

    ☭ "Ричик, я не понимаю, почему, почему ты тратишь деньги на эти вещи!" ☭

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    Here are three Soviet navy daggers dated 1944, 1954 and 1979. They all have serial numbers.
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