This sounds like it's very expensive to do. I understand the need to spot forgeries, but there are other ways. It's easy to find machine made blades by looking at the cut and grain of it. It's also fairly easy to spot a forgery by looking at the tang if you can get to it without hurting the knife. Harder is from the work on the pommel.
We interrupt Ancient Daggers to share educational moment from past times:
Today is: 22nd July (GMT), in history on the 22nd of July, 1972 AD the following event happened:
Venera 8 makes soft landing on Venus