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Brass based & tapered kevin wink


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Still my beating heart! I'm in LOVE!! smile. Kevin.


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Thank You Ė Itís nice to see another example you really took this topic to the next level by posting those other two examples. Interesting this 2nd example is fitted with what looks like a generic scabbard this could be another clue to the time frame this guard was used.

Originally Posted By: wotan
Within my files I think I found one more dagger with the certain crossguard, here shown first.
It is from our member Gercolctor and was shown here in GDC in april 2008.
Unfortunately the pic is very small but I think we see enough to be able to compare.
We can say that on rare occasions VOOS did use this crossguard type "regularly".
Tom, your photographic skills are unbeatable. Wish I could do at least 10% of them.
It is the icing of the cake, when such a rare bird is pictured in such a tasteful, skillful manner.
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Originally Posted By: heers68
Still my beating heart! I'm in LOVE!! smile. Kevin.


Me too thatís one fine dagger I have been trying to talk him out of that one for some time !


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Tom,
That third one from Gercolector, I do not think that scabbard was originally matched to the dagger. Could be wrong but pot metal Generic scabbard bands are normally very late.

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Jon thanks I was wondering about a mismatch? Was not sure as I thought Voos may have used some generic scabbards.


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Tom and Jon, I was thinking the same thing when I saw that scabbard, mismatch...


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VERY unique guard here!

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Originally Posted By: Degens
What appears to be really interesting about this dagger is that the single oval Voos trademark is hardly ever found on daggers with a non-etched blade.
Most plain blade mid period Voos army daggers appear to have either the horizontal or perpendicular trademark shown below, even though the hilt fittings are normally the same Generic variety.

I am wondering whether the company reserved the use of the single oval TM for etched daggers only, even though Toms outstanding dagger above contradicts this theory?.

It would be really helpful if anyone with a Voos, etched or not, could post some pictures.




Degens,
I don't know if this is mid-period or what but it has a tapered tang and slant grip. It's so black that I had to take it into direct sunlight so you can see the hilt. -Serge-







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Looks like an early one to me Serge! What a beauty too! That patina is really something.. WELL DONE! Kevin.


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The best crossguard has to be the Alcoso High Lift.



It's currently in my auction:

http://www.cgmauctions.com/detail.asp?id=2889&n=Army-Dagger-with-High-Lift-Crossguard


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Serge that is one beautiful dagger! Actually fantastic!
If I could find just one more like that I might even start collecting them again.


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