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#329394 06/09/2017 01:47 AM
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Need some opinions on this one. Period or not? Dagger itself is very nice but not sure about the scabbard.

What do you think?


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IMO Personal application by the wearer..as these standard SA ems did not come from the producer this way. The appication looks to have been professionally done and the value of it IMO would depend upon the buyer who would want this in their collection.

Other Gents here can comment of any further value of this combination..but Im seeing IMO just a standard SA dagger with very nice crossgrained blade worth standard market value.

Regards Larry


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A leather covered scabbard was available on standard SAS for an additional price-Mike

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Originally Posted By: Siegfried B
IMO Personal application by the wearer..as these standard SA ems did not come from the producer this way. The appication looks to have been professionally done and the value of it IMO would depend upon the buyer who would want this in their collection.

Other Gents here can comment of any further value of this combination..but Im seeing IMO just a standard SA dagger with very nice crossgrained blade worth standard market value.

Regards Larry


Thanks Larry so what would you put the value in today's market?

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Same as without.


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