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    No, not a bit of truth to this. "Deluxe Model"...

    No, not a bit of truth to this. "Deluxe Model" WTF?
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    Yes, WWI. Had a nice collection of these at one...

    Yes, WWI. Had a nice collection of these at one time but traded them as a group several years ago. Still regret a bit .....
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    I like these knives as well. The maker is...

    I like these knives as well. The maker is Heinrich Kaufmann & Söhne KG of Solingen also known as India-Werke. Mercator is one of their trademarks. As was the "running cat" with K55K (second K...
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    Don't know if it has been narrowed down to a...

    Don't know if it has been narrowed down to a month but the first P.08 marked pistols appear in the early n block of 1941.
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    Nice example. Early type rounded grips, small...

    Nice example. Early type rounded grips, small diamond, and no ricasso blade with nice motto. Just what you look for in these pre-RZM knives. Congrats on the purchase, know that you have been...
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    They don't show up often in ANY neck of the...

    They don't show up often in ANY neck of the woods. Staatliche finished somewhere less than 20,000 pieces in 1941 after occupying the facility. Love these bayonets from occupied France. Great find!
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    Glad that you were able to return for refund. ...

    Glad that you were able to return for refund. This Fahrtenmesser has A LOT of problems ....
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    ugafx4 - Your knife is an original...

    ugafx4 - Your knife is an original Luftwaffen-Kampfmesser. The S is a late war acceptance stamping not a maker's mark. Possibly a later replacement for the Luftamt 5/6 acceptance stamp. As already...
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    Not a SS marking but the date of 44 over an...

    Not a SS marking but the date of 44 over an unidentified maker's ink stamping. Have seen the same inked marking but dated 43. Very nice frog however and scarce with these markings. Your Möve-Werke...
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    I like it!

    I like it!
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    It is definitely post war published and contents....

    It is definitely post war published and contents. Wolfgang has posted this image previously. I'm sure he can provide further details ....
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    Excellent work here. Andrej, I will send you my...

    Excellent work here. Andrej, I will send you my serial number data if you would like to include ....
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    Well said MJ. From my perspective the "seriously...

    Well said MJ. From my perspective the "seriously interested" are those individuals who have no agenda other than seeking the truth. In my limited experience quite rare in this hobby but one of the...
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    You are not missing anything. Your "ignorance"...

    You are not missing anything. Your "ignorance" rather reveals another giant hole in this sordid story. I'm not an expert but political daggers with unground Rohm dedications are quite rare and...
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    And here is the best part. Take a look at the...

    And here is the best part. Take a look at the photos from Johnson's site. A SS blade and a SA blade at left. Only the obverse showing in all three of the photos. No Röhm dedication to be seen. ...
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    The banning of Mr. Saris, a man of unimpeachable...

    The banning of Mr. Saris, a man of unimpeachable integrity and genius level knowledge of the hobby and German militaria was/is inexcusable. Detailed thread over on HJ Research Forum regarding the...
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    As I've told Jo on several occasions, my only...

    As I've told Jo on several occasions, my only complaint regarding his videos is that there is not enough swearing!
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    Very nice piece. As far as the numbering, it...

    Very nice piece. As far as the numbering, it left the factory like this ....
  19. German Dagger Reference Books - Requesting Assistance

    Requesting assistance from anyone who might have either/both of these early German Edged Weapons reference books in their library (pics attached).

    - A Guide to Nazi Daggers, Swords, and Bayonets...
  20. Your bayonet was made by Mundlos AG in 1938. The...

    Your bayonet was made by Mundlos AG in 1938. The scabbard was made by Weyersberg, Kirschbaum und Cie. (WKC) in 1944. The code on the frog is a R.B.Nr and sadly this maker remains unidentified.
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    Thats's it Brother. Thanks for posting!

    Thats's it Brother. Thanks for posting!
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    In addition to the stamping shown above by...

    In addition to the stamping shown above by Wolfgang there was an earlier pattern marking of CARL ACKVA > BAD KREUZNACH > 1940 found on S84/98 bayonet frogs. The CARL ACKVA portion of the marking...
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    Your bayonet is of original pre-May 1945...

    Your bayonet is of original pre-May 1945 construction. Grasoli was a trademark used by the firm of Gebrüder Grah Odysseuswerk KG of Solingen. The Grasoli trademark was registered in 1912 and...
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    Looks fine to me.

    Looks fine to me.
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    Have a number of items purchased from Hugh over...

    Have a number of items purchased from Hugh over the years. A pleasure to work with and a very knowledgable gentleman. Another loss to the hobby .....
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