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#297202 05/03/2014 05:14 PM
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After many years of searching, through the efforts of the authority on and the most noted of the SA collectors a Carl Haas SA has fallen into my collection and completes the roundup of all the McSarr known manufacturers. The Carl Haas appears to be the second or third of the rarest manufacturers of SAs and led us on quite a chase !!!

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CONGRATS ON YOU VERY RARE FIND. PAUL

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Congratulations Mr.Mike smile An SA collectors achievement, Regards Larry


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Mike,

Great news!!

OK .... what's the next challenge ?

Dave #297233 05/04/2014 08:10 AM
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Amazing! Has anyone done this before? If not an award is in order, I would think. Congratulations!

Mikee #297237 05/04/2014 10:53 AM
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Hats off you my friend a rare achievement.

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I agree an award is in order-he worked long and hard for these 214 SAs-Mike

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Quite an achievement, very impressive, my thumbs up.

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I agree, but none of our current awards seem to fit. I'll talk to Vern about a new one.

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May I add my congratulations as well. Where do you go from here? Upgrade pieces over time…perhaps add trademark variations? shocked

DONS #297287 05/06/2014 01:43 PM
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I can't imagine how it is possible to find all the makers. But you did! Congratulations!


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Didn't bob sherborne manage it a few years back


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I'm deeply impressed. All makers ... That's quite an achievement, considering some of them are almost impossible o find in (at least) decent condition. Respect.

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I'm deeply impressed. All makers ... That's quite an achievement, considering some of them are almost impossible o find in (at least) decent condition. Respect.


I also wonder about condition. Is it possible to gather them all in an untouched condition? I mean: nice grip, a fine blade, a relative perfect scabbard and no crussed scabbard ball. I know that Herman has a lot of very nice SA daggers but is it also possible when your collection runs into the hundred and you have to search after very very rare makers?

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My advise would be if you see a manufacturer that you do not have, buy it. You can always replace it if you find a better one down the road. I can't tell you how many times i passed on a dagger and then not seen another for 5 years.With the McSarr 1thru 7 you will be able to find quality daggers at reasonable prices, above that the game begins to find a presentable dagger at a price you can afford.


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Originally Posted By: the russian
My advise would be if you see a manufacturer that you do not have, buy it. You can always replace it if you find a better one down the road. I can't tell you how many times i passed on a dagger and then not seen another for 5 years.With the McSarr 1thru 7 you will be able to find quality daggers at reasonable prices, above that the game begins to find a presentable dagger at a price you can afford.


I can understand that. Believe me; you don't wanna know what I have paid for that Wielputz crazy

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Worth Every Penny Wim smile I know the feeling


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Glad you found that Haas ! Congratulations on completing the set . Keep on the look out im sure a new maker is waiting to be discovered.


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WOW! Congrats on this acheivement! Lets see a "Group picture!" that would be impressive! Kevin.


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Congratulations!
What daggers of the most difficult to find? Who are these makers? For example the 5 most rare?

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Ilya: I don't know if I'm really qualified to answer that question - Dr McAlvanah or Paul Hogle would be vastly more qualified but my list would be 1. Melcher, Arthur 2. Haas,Carl, 3.Hack.J.,4. Malsch, A., and 5. Reuleaux, J.


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Congratulations Mr. Mike! That was a tough one. Hope to see them some day.
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Once you get to the "10" rated daggers on MCSARR, I think that the difficulty in finding a dagger reflects more on an individual's difficulty in finding that particular dagger.

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Well said Mr.Dave !!!


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Thats some achievement well done


Regards Sean
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Group pic pls!


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August Malsch Fr Sohn,,,,,Notice the maker mark is incorrectly applied!

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Rick #301678 10/26/2014 02:29 AM
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Very nice blade Rick!


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Thanks! here is a couple more. I never realized until recently how rare it was.........

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Rick #301734 10/27/2014 03:17 PM
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really neat blade - you learn something new in this hobby everyday


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It's a fake! Give it to me nooow and get to tha choppa! Lol.
cool beans bro!


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