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Original 1196/38 SS dagger?

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    Hello,
    what do you mean? Everything OK with this dagger??? Sorry, but I don't have better photos.. :-/

    Thank you!
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    This dagger is currently running at a Czech Auction house ,,,and Im not sure of the outcome of it

    UNIK

    Im a little cautious of anything passing through that region in this realm of collecting. Whether authentic or not. The auction house Aukro is considered contentious and needs to be approached very carefully with severe study.
    The dagger appears to be good..but anything can happen to a nice family driving through a bad neighborhood.

    Also this SS dagger seen at the same auction site and a current thread on this forum Early Gottlieb SS dagger


    More comments welcome. Regards Larry
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    A very nice and minty dagger as far as i can tell. The fit is really nice on this RZM dagger, almost too good to be true.
    The blade appears to be just a bit dirty(easy cleaning), I also see cross grain so that is a good sign.

    For 2K this is a really nice dagger, finding examples like this one is getting impossible. Like Larry says, this one is not in a good neighborhood and there is always the gamble when you don`pick the dagger up yourself.

    I would pick this dagger up myself if it is good^^. It is worth the while if you don`t live too far away(not even talking driving distance here)

    Regards, Job

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    Ohw please Dolchmann, place the dagger correct in the scabbard
    if you buy him...
    For me,... I would not buy from the east... To risky.

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    Quote by KRISSE View Post
    For me,... I would not buy from the east... To risky.
    I agree.
    The grip looks like a Czech copy. The leather is repro for sure. and I'm sure there is more. Run ! Don't Walk.

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