04-04-2016 02:48 PM
You know that you really gonna need better detailled pictures to let the dagger be discussed...
An SS dagger that has been taken apart is a walk anyway whatever imo- you'll never be happy.
I had a beautiful untouched one of these for sale about a month ago, would have done you a treat.
I just sold my certified SS Dagger from Lakesidetrader last friday, when it comes down to SS Daggers I like to be on the safe side dealing with know dealers or at least provided with better quality pictures in daylight.
Thanks guys, pictures have been requested.
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Interesting ...Robert Klaas marked "SL" early crossguards ..and an Ed Wustoff RZM blade.
Looks like some major league grip reconstruction was performed on those faded areas. The photos lack detail because they dont enlarge.
Sometimes extra patience is needed when searching for a nearly Untouched SSem anymore. This quest sometimes takes months to years..but patience shows what bounty can be reaped.
I would like to see more photos also.
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I'm not thrilled with the sheath fit to the lower guard. The sheath, in it's entirety does not look to match the dagger and is, in my opinion, a marriage. I could not be satisfied with this one.
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scabbard was added later, i am pretty sure.