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#279336 03/13/2013 09:16 PM
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Thought I would take pics of my armies/hangers. Ron
l-r: Spitzer
Puma
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Eickhorn
Weyersberg
WKC
Tiger

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Very nice indeed!! Favorites: Pack and Weyersberg! Like to see more of them, could we see a close up of those two cross guards?? All very nice though, and I like the display of your accutrements too! I like the varieties of different hanger styles and portopee's. Well done! Kevin.


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Thanks Kevin
Here is the previous post on my Weyersberg:
http://phpstack-500133-1583587.cloudwaysapps.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=253621#Post253621

and the Pack is featured in TW book on Army daggers.
Pack first, then Weyersberg.

They do look better in person.
Ron

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Ron nice assortment of army daggers Like kevin i like the Pack & Weyersberg the best. Interesting allot of the early Weyersbergs are personalized I discovered a personalization on one of mine the other day by accident. I was bent down on the floor doing something and happened to glance at the top of the pommel on my Weyersberg thats hanging on a officer waffenrock display. Well I was shocked when i noticed the K V O the v standing for Von now i may have a possible research project on my hands !



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Some real lookers!

Thanks for sharing!

PVON

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Very nice collection of army dagger! Thanks for sharing.

Danny

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Ron, Very nice collection to say the least and thanks for sharing. Extra hand work to the neck is nice.

Tom, A real beauty. Slants are my favorite! No comparison to your nice engraving but same situation happened to me. Got it home, turned it over and thought, "I don't remember seeing that!" Turned out to be a date and worn out name I can't read. I'm as blind as a bat anyway, but it can happen.

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Ron, thanks for closeups! I remember your beautiful Weyersberg now, and that Pack..WOW! The enhancing to the neck is really special, very realistic! LOVE IT!! KEVIN.


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Thanks Kevin
Here is the pommel and scabbard bands on the Pack. Ron

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very impressive collection !!!


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Ron,

Stellar collection!!! Like a kid in a candy store, I could look at these all day!!!

Thanks for sharing.

Rich


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Thank you. First dagger I purchased was an army and have liked them ever since. I always liked the way the grip complimented the silver. I just wished I had the ability to take pics like the other members to really show the beauty. Ron

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OK Ron, I NEED one of those!! cry Kevin.


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Just one!

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Some great looking Heers!


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