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Early Robert Klass SS dagger for review

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    Default Early Robert Klass SS dagger for review

    Let me first apologize for my crappy iPhone photos. I am currently considering this early Robert Klass SS dagger. A respected dealer has it available and the price sits right about where I can afford for what would be my first SS. The blade is not great as there is long blemish which runs down a good 3/4 of the length close to the edge. Additionally, the rune button is not perfect. That being said, it's an early dagger whose construction I prefer. I didn't see anything else which stood out but I'd like to throw it out to the experts here. Given my budget and preference for an early model, I am aware I am going to have to give up certain condition standards but please let me know if these apparent issues are a big deal.


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    Not a German dagger guy by any means so cant help with authentication but I do see something very disturbing in image four there is a finger print on the blade oil from your hands and fingers can damage the finish

    Regards Mark K
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    From the images provided, it looks ok so far.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    The blade.."Appears" to be sharpened from the middle of the blade to the tip.....or is it the Flash creating that effect?.. I agree with Ade...looks good also. Typical Klaas dagger.
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    It probably appears that way due to the lighting as I didn't see anything to suggest sharpening. I did tweak the photos to try and bring in more detail too.

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    Looks like untouched one.
    I like it.


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    looks a nice one.

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    Looks good and the right price for you, happy new year to you. Marty
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    Looks a genuine KLAAS SS to me

    I bet it looks much better in hand than these photos show.

    Mac 66.

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    Thank you all for your input. I purchased the dagger today and couldn't be happier. Proper photos will be forthcoming.

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