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#278367 02/20/2013 08:23 AM
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Hello dera collectors,

I would like your oponions on my latest acquisition.

nothing wrong ?

I'm looking for a NCO knot...

thank you, friends







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thank you again

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If it were mine I would leave the knot in place. It is correct for an senior NCO degen . I think the knot you seek is a bayo knot, see attached.

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No, I was looking for a knot for NCO.

but, if it's correct for senior NCO, I leave it !

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I'm learning :

it's a Dachau-produced NCO subordinate degen ?

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The knot is OK and seems to belong to the sword.
No, it's not Dachau made Degen. Just a "regular" unmarked one made somwhere in Solingen.

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Not Dachau made. The knot is right for this type sword, and appears original to this particular one.

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J. Harvey is correct. Not a Dachau degen, but a real one. The knot on it is perfectly correct, worn by officers and senior NCO's.

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Originally Posted By: Barry Brown
If it were mine I would leave the knot in place. It is correct for an senior NCO degen . I think the knot you seek is a bayo knot, see attached.


As period pics proof, this certain knot shown in the pic (of Barry brown) was also worn -at least- on sabers. Itīs the same with the officerīs portepee (shown on the degen) which (seldom, but it was) was worn on bayonets.

As members stated before, the officerīs knot is totally right for this kind of degen shown here.

Regards,

Last edited by wotan; 02/24/2013 06:02 PM.

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thank you very much for your help !!!

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what do you think on this article ? for ss or police degen ? (or post war ?)




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