Paul Weyersberg & Co Heer Dagger
This is probably my favorite Heer (army) dagger to date. A stunning Paul Weyersberg army dagger with a gorgeous amber glass grip. The glass grips are hard to find on these, and add a touch of elegance that (in my opinion) even and ivory grip cannot touch…
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This is probably my favorite Heer (army) dagger to date. A stunning Paul Weyersberg army dagger with a gorgeous amber grip. You have to look closely to realize it’s not glass; very elegant. The Weyersberg firm did not produce many Heer daggers, so this is a hard to find, pristine example!
The crossguard, pommel cap, and scabbard patina match perfectly, and to an absolutely beautiful deep gray, slightly bronze color. The detail on the crossguard eagle is 100%, with the breast feathers and wreath leaves very crisp and detailed. The pommel cap shows the standard minor nicks to the peak rim, but is otherwise stellar.
The blade is mirror-like in clarity, with only some very minor hairline scratches you typically see on these blades from being taken in and out of the scabbard, and general handling. The most notable flaw with the blade is the slight bend about 1 inch up from the tip (see photo). This is certainly something that can be undone by someone with edged weapon experience. There is no sign of blunt trauma to the blade tip that would imply the bend occurred as a result of dropping the dagger.