Obviously there's no need to comment since the dagger wasn't bought, but I just wanted to share my observation.
What you all have failed to mention, or have overlooked, is the fact that the grip looks like it was immersed in water for a long time, as does the blade.
This grip would most likely not fit nicely in any crossguard combination.
The person has cleaned up and seriously polished the blade, added some crossguards and a scabbard to make some money.
This still makes it a parts dagger, and a poor looking one at that! Definitely not worth a lot of money..... At least he used an original ϟϟ lower crossguard.
IF the roman numeral "I" wasn't recently added
09-27-2013 08:41 PM