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#279396 03/15/2013 12:25 AM
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Hello,

I would like to hear the opinions from the SS (Gods), experts on this dagger I found. These are the only pictures I have.

Thank you in advance.

Rich

















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Well... I don't see anything wrong with the Rohm dedication... Don't know about the SS number...

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Hi the dagger looks fine to me...I like the inscription and I like the look of the number stamping as well....cheers and good luck, Ryan

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Gentleman,

Thank you for your respected opinions.

Rich


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A good one IMO . I might add that I dont recall seeing a tang nut like that on a early Eickhorn . Also , probably the flash , but the scabbard finish looks off a tad in the provided pictures . JMO

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Im sorry . After looking at the nut closely theres nothing wrong with it . The camera angle threw me off . Nice dagger friend .

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Grip and cross guards look good, great fit of the blade to the cross guard. Hard to evaluate the "anodizing" on the scabbard from these pictures.


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The dagger is fine and the hanger looks like an early unmarked.
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Sorry to report that SS Mann no. 43 822 is currently unidentified at this time.

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