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This is a solid grip. There are 2 tiny cracks but both are under the fittings and will not show. It looks good and will look great on your dagger. If you need it, don't wait!
Here it is. You need it, and I have it. It's perfect, and never issued. The wood on the inside will need to be fitted with a Dremel or drill. It's east; you can do it.
This is right out of the woodwork in Dearborn, Michigan. It's a later war example showing some age and a bit of surface rust, but is still overall very good.
This is an attractive handle that you need. Yes, it has one very slight crack at the top, but is hard to see. It looks good and will work fine.
This is a good looking handle, with a chip missing @ the top. Still, it will look good on your dagger.
This is a nice early set all from the same dagger. It has no problems and will work fine.
This is an attractive scabbard with nice original anodizing. It shows light age and use. The nickel fittings are excellent with perfect un-messed with screws, but one is missing. It has no issues, and will work just fine.
This is an excellent scabbard with almost perfect original paint. It shows only the lightest age and use. The nickel fittings are excellent with perfect un-messed with screws. This one is a real beauty!
This is an excellent scabbard with great original paint. The dent free body is excellent with great original paint. There are no dents; what you see in the photos are reflections. The fittings are excellent with perfect un-messed with screws. This one is really nice!
This is a really nice scabbard without issues or problems. The fittings are great with excellent original paint. This one will work just fine with your sword.
This is a good solid example with excellent original fittings and un-buggered screws. The paint on the body is original and good. There is a dent, but a blade will still fit inside, and it really does not show. This will look good with your Red Cross dagger.
This is a decent solid example with some original paint and solid leather. The scabbard has a dent, but a blade will still fit. the leather is a bit on the dry side.
This is a good solid example with original paint and solid leather.
This is a really nice example with great old patina.
This is a really nice blade with the original edge and polishing lines.
This is a good solid set without issues. One of the hooks that attach to the ring on the dagger is scratched, and not cracked, but looks to be shiny in the photo. It will not break.