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Here's a selection of grips on their lufts.

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And on their Armies too!

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Get rid of that white paint residue and boom you've got a 1st patt railway..

seriously what a great collection you have there all so different


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Yes but I love how it looks.
This as it is, is 10x rarer than a railway.

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Paul i know i turned one down last year, what a mistake !!


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Love the early Klaas crossguards

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For you Fitzer

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Paul that Slant Klaas tics all the boxes, with the typical pommel pattern to the enhanced feathers on the guard!
That is one hell of a dagger!

I ran into a Klaas army with a white painted grip on a German show, having almost all of its paint still present, the first one in years
I sure made Danny happy with that one wink

Thx for showing your variaty of Klaas grips!

Best
Ger

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I guess these daggers come from your personal stash because I couldn't find them on your website smile

Great daggers! Thanks for showing.

Danny

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Yes, My Archive only goes back about 8 years. I like at one point I had like 20+ My intent here is just to generate some discussion and sharing.
Here's another favorite.

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Nice stuff there Paul.

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Thanks Paul...stunning

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Just purchased one. These are tough to locate

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Have to agree Paul! Klaas had some amazing pieces with extra hand work and quality! Best, Kevin.


It's ALL in the DETAILS!!.......
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I love Klaas blades and here is a few of mine...

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