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eMedals-Germany, NSKK . A Model 1933 Dagger, by Gustav C. Spitzer

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Germany, NSKK . A Model 1933 Dagger, by Gustav C. Spitzer

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Germany, NSKK . A Model 1933 Dagger, by Gustav C. Spitzer

(SA Dolch). A Model 1933 NSKK dagger, measuring 36.8 cm while inserted into the scabbard. The dagger has been found as a veteran bringback and subsequently cleaned by the veterans family before being released for sale. The blade features a 225 mm-long nickel-plated magnetic metal blade, the obverse of which features an acid-etched inscription of “ALLES FÜR DEUTSCHLAND” (“EVERYTHING FOR GERMANY”). The reverse bears an RZM M 7/80 Gustav C. Spitzer. The blade has been cleaned and polished. Features a nickel-plated upper crossguard with a handle constructed of a richly coloured wood with a well-defined grip, with the obverse inset with a metallic NSDAP-style German national eagle clutching a wreathed mobile swastika. The handle is also inset with a metallic SA logo measuring 9 mm in diameter. The dagger also features a nickel-plated lower crossguard, marked with eight notches, and a metal pommel nut. It is accompanied by its period original scabbard, constructed of black painted magnetic metal. It bears a strong ring to which the leather hanger would once have been affixed. Running marks as well as tarnishing are evident to the blade and nickel-plated features, having been cleaned, remains fair.
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