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Article about: Here is one I ran across and I wanted to talk to the experts before making a move. I would love to have some feedback so I left the "Best Photo for last! Thanks, Geoff

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    Here is one I ran across and I wanted to talk to the experts before making a move. I would love to have some feedback so I left the "Best Photo for last!

    Thanks, Geoff
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    Well dont make that move
    Its a partsdagger, scabbard is a generic and not an Alcoso product.
    For sure not left the factory this way.

    Alcoso and Eickhorn always used their own type of scabbard.

    Ger

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    Thank you Ger! Does the maker's mark happen to signify a special late late late variation?

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    Quote by Geoff Ward View Post
    Thank you Ger! Does the maker's mark happen to signify a special late late late variation?
    Geoff there is 1 more, the lastest is also along the blade but having AWS instead of ACS in the logo (Alcoso Werk Solingen)
    This is not a rare dagger, more like one of the common ones.

    Ger

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    Thanks Ger, I hope everyone will take a very close look as I believe they are more common than people would think

    Regards, G.Oddball Alcoso

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