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Ernst Pack & Sohn SS Dagger. ...is it Ok?

Article about: Hello Please give me your opinions on this ss dagger. Any comments gratefully received. Thanks John

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    Default Ernst Pack & Sohn SS Dagger. ...is it Ok?

    Hello
    Please give me your opinions on this ss dagger.
    Any comments gratefully received.
    Thanks
    John
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    Last edited by Larry C; 05-12-2016 at 04:01 AM.

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    Hello John, what sort of opinions are you seeking? because in my opinion there are many concerns I have with the item, grip blade (heavily polished) scabbard plated fittings and nickel cross guards, the pictures are not the best, but it certainly is not a one looker

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    Hi John.

    I agree with john B, this dagger has some issues. The Blade is heavily polished,and the scabbard has an poor repaint behind but i think the fittings are nickel silver not plated so it could be together. pics are not so good but the fit looks fairly OK. Dont like this dagger I think you can find a better one. but thats my opinion.

    Regards Rafael

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    Lower guard is not a Pack guard..and also minus the SS district stamping.
    I agree with the gents here..over polished and worked on.

    The vertical hanger snap clip is 100% fake..someone made this hanger. see below and compare details why. Parts dagger.

    Ernst Pack & Sohn SS Dagger. ...is it Ok?
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    It's a rebuild put together of both period and postwar parts. Not worth more than a curio. Sorry...
    William

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    Thanks again everybody.
    John

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