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Gentlemen,

I?m new in this forum and I just want to say hello with a photo of my naval daggers. This will be my first contribution here.

German imperial naval daggers are my favourites.

Additionally I like other rare and famous weapons.

My best wishes to the members of this forum.

Best regards.

Flyingdutchman

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Do you have any with the owners' names engraved?

Hello,

unfortunately not. But I?m very close to a named 1890 german imperial cadet dagger with an interesting history. We?ll see.

But the second one from the left has a nice blade presentation period done.

"Who don?t have joy on a shiny sword / The fly of the falcon / The noble horse / The beautiful wife / Has no truly heart inside."

Best regards.

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