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#208285 11/18/2008 04:29 AM
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This came out of the woodwork this weekend. Can someone give me a realistic value on it?
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#208291 11/18/2008 05:48 AM
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Hi Dow,
Looks like it has a nice blade.
Some enamel missing. In current market conditions...I think about $1,300 perhaps a bit more.

Regards,
-serge-

#208292 11/21/2008 05:38 PM
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I think the Insignia was sometimes re-enamaled!
The blue is to bright. And it loks that they are some darker parts under.

For Witte such good etched, dark maker-mark is very unusual. But it looks nice.

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Medes


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#208293 11/29/2008 10:55 AM
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no second opinion about the enamel?


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#208294 11/29/2008 03:32 PM
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Medes,
I had a chance to see this dagger in person. I did not notice any color differnce in the enamel. I think the lighting is reflecting differently on the chipped surfaces of the enamel making them look differnt colors. In my opinion what's left of the enamel is original to the dagger.


Thanks, Blademan


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