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Article about: i may pick these up and wondering if they seem correct, guy is offering in a trade but the ground daggers look about rough. wondering if they seem correct, also trying to get a few people to

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    i may pick these up and wondering if they seem correct, guy is offering in a trade but the ground daggers look about rough. wondering if they seem correct, also trying to get a few people to help me read the inscription on one of the scabbard throat fittings i believe to have been done by a u.s veteran in 1945.
    any help is always greatly appreciated , lately i have been finding a massive amount of bringback items
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    Hi Chuck..could you post the daggers separately in their own forums..especially the Heer dagger.

    I would like to see all of these daggers front and back pics of grip crossguards , blade and scabbard.
    I like what I see so far.

    Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

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    I am to meet with the guy that has them in the morning. These are the only pictures he could before running to work. I believe the sa daggers to be. Correct they do not look to be in the best of condition. The here dagger wasn't really offered but I may grab it too. I think he said it is a Carl eickhorn but I will have to take pictures when I see it or get it. I was just posting to get everyone's opinions based on these overall shots. I will try to get better pictures in the morning from the seller or when I am at location, I know condition is everything and the sa daggers do not look to be so hot so probably not super valuable but neat in their own right as a part of History.

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    Nice to see these not so common Rohm dagger producers. Aesculap and Anton Wingen.

    Interesting Vet scribed wording …" Frankenstein Summer?
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    I'm not sure what it reads.I almost thought that's what it said too LOL.

    I may try to mess with the photos and change the colors and hue again to see if it will appear any different I figure the more people that look at it maybe we'll to come up with something.

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    Guys I have seen daggers like this in a similar condition 'which is a little bit rough' sell from anywhere from 400 to 6 or $700... " and that is on a few dealers websites i have reviewed.

    Im thinking the fully ground aesculap with rough blade may bring 400 as it looks to have a pitted blade on front and cleaned and possibly sharpened....
    And say about the same for the anton wingen with partial inscription maybe 500???

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    The army dagger has an eickhorn type 4 guard and is a very late zinq version, i cant see if the pommel fits, but looking at the big seam it might well be a generic pommel.
    Better pics are needed.

    Ger

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    ok guys i got em, lets start with the rhom with partial iscription by anton wingen. also inscribed is capt robert j. Lewis easter sunday 1945 frankenstein germany
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    That not Frankenstein
    look at the E in Germany...
    i will figger it out when i can find the time

    Ger

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    iheres more pics, i appreciate it guys. i like this one the most because of the inscription....
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