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RAD Enlisted mans Hewer DRAD-172
EM RAD Hewer by E. Pack & Son, which is a tough maker to find in a RAD Hewer. The stag grips are in great condition with the hilt
plating being in nice shape with a few nicks and dings. The blade is excellent with a few scratches and one nick. These daggers were
used in the field and a nice blade is not easy to come by. The scabbard is excellent with nice fittings and excellent lacquer paint.
E. Pack & Son were prolific makers of Third Reich edged weapons, but there production of RAD Hewers were limited.
Red Cross Leaders Dagger DMO-210
NIce Red Cross Leaders dagger in excellent overall condition. The grip is beautiful with no cracks, chips or nicks. The cross guard
is very nice, and the blade is excellent with only a few pin head spots. The scabbard has some light plating loss on the side panels,
but is in very nice condition with no dents or dings. $995
RLB 2nd Model Subordinate Dagger by WKC DRLB-110
This is a very nicely conditioned dagger combined with a hard to find maker for this model. The wood grip is excellent with only one
tiny nick and the back side. The fittings are in great condition too. The blade has some of its cross graining and there is a small water
spot on the lower front side that is hard to see in the pictures. Bedsides the usual runner marks, this blade is excellent with a very nice
and crisp maker mark. The scabbard lacquer is in top condition with just some minor scuffing.
NSFK Dagger by Heller DVL-150
This maker is a tough one to find. The condition of the hilt fittings are very nice, with most of the silver wash present. The leather
grips and scabbard are in excellent shape. The blade rates excellent also, with runner marks and some very light graying in a few
areas, but it is hard to see. It has a very nice maker mark with the man holding balloons. The leather hanger is very good.
RAD Enlisted Hewer by Wustof DR-120
An excellent example if the enlisted mans hewer. The massive stag grips are beautiful and the hilt has a few small nicks but the finish is
real nice. The blade is in fine shape considering what most of these were used for! The motto is excellent with nice crisp detail. The scabbard
fittings have no problems to mention, and it looks as though the scabbard has been repainted at some point. Nice piece
RAD Leaders Dagger by WKC DRAD-167
Great looking dagger with a fabulous blade. The grips are crack free and the hilt plating is excellent with some
wear on the eagle head. The blade has full cross graining and a beautiful motto and maker mark. There is some
extremely light variation in color, but you have to hold the dagger a certain way to see it. The scabbard is dent
free with the vast majority of its finish. A great dagger that would be tough to upgrade.