02-10-2014 08:43 PM
Hi 78th. Very nice textbook 33'.
Beautiful lighter grip, I like seeing them like that.
A Very Nice early Robert Klaas! No one can complain about This one, for sure! Congrads on picking it up!
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What a terrific dagger! Waw!!!
Nice Klaas... Your first and hopefully many more to come.
Its like looking at flowers!! Beautiful condition...love these early SS daggers and the anodized scabbard..although thinning. A rarity in itself is the tight fit of the grip to the crossguard...this IMO with SS daggers..is very special. Congrats again and thankyou for sharing here on this forum. Best Larry
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Thanks for the comments, fellas! - I was on the look out for an unmolested dagger so no way I'll be disassembling it. Larry - Anodized scabbard is not thinning at all. I think the photo that gives that impression was due to an off-camera skim light which I was firing from the rear.
Last edited by Larry C; 02-26-2014 at 11:07 PM.
Thanks for showing this beauty!
Realy love it