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#298037 06/01/2014 01:18 PM
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Hi All,

I have this Paul Seilheimer army dagger and would like to know if everything is as it should be, it looks good to me and going by the wardaggers site it has a weyersburg crossguard?
It also came with the set of hangers shown.

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Rhidian

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A couple of pics of the blade

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Lovely and perfect Seilheimer. This firm used some great fittings on their early army daggers including this Weyersburg 1st and the Horster 1st. Two of my favourite cross-guards.

That blade is gorgeous as well, a top army dagger, congrats.

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Real nice Weyersberg crossguard - Seilheimer also used a WKC Type-1


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agree with all of the above - a spot on early model beauty!


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Thanks guys for the positive comments and confirming that everything is ok.

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Rhidian

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Agree this is a great looking and correct PS..but the curiosity would still get to me and I would have to look on the inside of the guard to see if it is numbered! wink Kevin.


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Thanks Kevin, just had a look because you made me curious but no numbering

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Rhidian


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