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#147409 06/04/2006 07:02 PM
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Hi all , Thoughts on this one please. Looks good to me .

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I don't own a full Rolm, so I don't have one to compare it against. I do own a fully ground Eickorn Rolm blade. The logo on mine is closer to the grip crossguard. Also, the Rolm inscription seems to be off center on the blade. These two things would make me wonder if this inscription was added later. I'm sure one of the more knowledgable collectors on this page could let us know if there were some Rolms made with logo so far from the grip.

Just my two cents and worth every penny Smile


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On second look I tend to agree . I am not well up on Rohm daggers, but looking at previous posts, the Eickhorn logo seems to be too far from the lower crossguard , and the Rohm inscription does look too low , when you look at the centre spine.
Any further comments appreciated.
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#147416 06/04/2006 08:36 PM
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That trademark is higher (farther from the crossguard) than I have ever seen it on any Eickhorn Rohm dagger. For that reason, I would pass on it.

The placement of the trademark is similar to those found on the blades sold by Rex Reddick.

Sorry to offer a contrary opinion.

Dave

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Sorry ! Frown

100% fake, no doubt about it.
The engraving is actually not even close to a real one.

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Thanks for your replies chaps , good to know you have people to help you when in need .
Best wishes Ian Wink

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It is no good. Improper palcement of Trademark.

Gailen David


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