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Most of the daggers of the so-called 1924 model were made in Warsow by the factory of G. Borovki. The officer concerned could order a dagger with reliefs engraved on the brass parts, as well as the inscription `` Honor and Party '' on the blade, by adding the Polish eagle to it. He could in some cases ask that his name be added to the dagger to avoid theft or confusion. This weapon was carried in service until 1935. The model will be completely abolished during the invasion of Poland by Germany in 1939.
Total length : 39 cm
Length without scabbard : 34.5 cm
It is a superb Polish officer's dagger, model 1924. The handle is made of brass and bakelite in a matt orange color. The brass parts of the handle and the scabbard are decorated with floral reliefs. The blade of the dagger is marked with the Polish eagle and the inscriptions '' Honor i Ojczyzna '' which translates as '' Honor and fatherland ''. The scabbard is sewn in very good condition. The dagger itself is in a remarkable state of conservation, knowing that these pieces are extremely rare for sale, because very few have arrived until today. The piece is completely original and was collected from a private individual.
By buying this superb dagger, you will display a beautiful piece of Polish military heritage. Do not hesitate, the piece is beautiful and the correct price.WARNING : The piece is unique, I have no duplicate.
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No return possible.
I am not responsible for delays and postage losses,
that's why I offer payment by paypal or credit card so your purchase will be covered.
Payment therefore possible by bank transfer, credit card and 25 euros
Poland and Bulgaria: 50 euros
China, Canada, U.S.A.: 65 euros
Don't let this unique collector's item escape you, there won't be one for everyone.
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