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#317240 03/21/2016 04:52 PM
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Went to the San Jose Military Collectors meet at the Naperdak in San Jose. Had not been there for several years. Walked in the door and Ed Anderson was sitting there with a near mint Model 1932 Italian with original gold portepee.

Traded for an SA dagger

Here he is with his new family.

Two of the three portepee are original.

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Jim W #317242 03/21/2016 09:14 PM
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Jim
many thanks for your beautiful italian presentation
Recently registered on your site I found valuable informations about daggers axis collection
I was this weekend in Genoa Italy of which I brought back a beautiful untouched 1932 model and two luxus 1937 models with chain hangers
one almost perfect in his original box repaired but rare
Soon photos on your site for all collectors
Jp south of France...

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Welcome newland.

We appreciate your input and participation.

Congratulations on your finds. t would appear an entire collection at one trip.

Jim W #317259 03/22/2016 10:58 PM
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What a nice find Jim!
Congratulation for the beautiful Italian group.

Janos

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nice
now you need a black scabbard for it


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Thanks guys.

Yes Alexander. the Black scabbard and an original box would be nice.

I always love the art deco of the Italian daggers.

Jim W #317633 04/05/2016 12:54 AM
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Box ? presentation
lol
that would be close to impossible > good luck


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hello-i have a dagger that came with a set of black leather hangers. what do they represent and what is rarer the leather or the chain. the dagger is the same as the first one in your picture. thanks for any info. paul

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Hi Paul.
If your leather hangers are the same as mine on the top right photo, it is simply a different year. In 1939 they switched to the leather hangers. I do not know why.

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Hi everybody
Excuse my late answer but it was difficult for me with the preparation of the Cannes Film Festival...
Jim i need some hep for publishing photos so i have send them to the mail address of the blog
Alexandr i think that the box i have send is the corect one from COLTELLERIE RIUNITE DI CASLINO E MANIAGO
They were also in Solingen
The dagger and the box come from the family a former officer of the militia of Lucca Toscana
you will judge with photos
here links about this manufacturer
http://dati.acs.beniculturali.it/oad/uodMarchi/MR020175
http://www.ilsole24ore.com/art/impresa-e...l?uuid=AbfwOkqG
Paul the reason for this change is that the brass had become a strategic material and that the cost was too expensive blowthere have been several variants from different manufacturers , the most famous are
SCUOTTO E TURCO from NAPOLI
NAUTTI from MANAGIO
i try to send you a scan with different models


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