ITEM: D102- ( Holler ) German Army Officers Dagger
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This Army dagger by Holler is outstanding.
Retaining much of the original factory
protective lacquer on the fittings and with
all parts extremely detailed and well
silvered. The blade bears the Holler
trademark and is virtually mint showing full
cross grain and a perfect point to blade
tip. The tangerine grip is slightly darker
to the front than the rear, which is
perfectly normal after exposure to light and
how this dagger has been displayed. I would
estimate the production date for this dagger
to be around 1936 due to the very high
quality of manufacture, this particular
crossguard was in use for around 4-5 years
by the firm and daggers featuring these
fittings can vary in quality and detail.
This one is unbeatable and a perfect example
for the type collector or just as a flawless
example of a period German WWII Army dagger.
The scabbard is also from Holler, with
characteristic and well detailed scabbard
bands and a single small reverse throat
screw, dent free and a perfect match with
the rest of the daggers fittings. Army
daggers of this quality are becoming
increasingly hard to obtain and this one is
being offered from an extensive and advanced
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