GERMAN SA DAGGER

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Item Code: 490-6080

A very good example of a Model 1933 SA (Sturmabteilung) dagger made by Carl Eickhorn of Solingen, one of the preeminent German blade makers. This is a 1941 dated example, complete with scabbard and hanger. The blade bears the RZM mark and code for Eickhorn: M7/66.  The RZM was the  Reichszeugmeisterei, which officially approved all Nazi party related merchandise sold by private contractors, with the codes first appearing on edged weapons in 1934. The hanger bears the RZM code 5/71 of Overhoff and Company of Ludencheid, with the numerical prefix indicating a supplier of uniform fittings.

The point and edge are very good, blade bright and the markings, both the “Alles fur Deutschland” and the RZM cartouche are clear. The wood grips are tight, with good color, surface, and no nicks or chips. The brown color of the scabbard is very good. We see just some light freckling on the reverse of the upper scabbard mount, guard and pommel.  The hanger is intact and solid.  [sr][ph:L]

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