Dagger identification

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Bennyr
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Dagger identification

Post by Bennyr » 12 Jun 2020 19:56

Just need help to see if these are real or fake if you don’t mind. It would be appreciated and what they are.
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Bennyr
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Re: Dagger identification

Post by Bennyr » 12 Jun 2020 19:56

The second dagger
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von thoma
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Re: Dagger identification

Post by von thoma » 16 Jun 2020 02:09

Sorry, but both SS Daggers are quality repros ; ( A High Leaders Chained Model 1936, and a Damascus !! Model 1933 )
These fake daggers are common in the US market, and unfortunately are sold as originals....
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FlyingStukas
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Re: Dagger identification

Post by FlyingStukas » 16 Jun 2020 14:48

Hey there,

Look like repros to me! Best save your money.

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Filip

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