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  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen
  • An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen

Item: G29156

An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen

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An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger by Hammesfahr Cie of Solingen

A standard model 1933 SA Dagger measuring 369 mm with the scabbard on, and featuring a complete and untempered 220 mm nickel-plated magnetic steel blade, exhibiting some light cross-graining, with light scattered scratches and minor marks common to extraction and return to the scabbard. It appears factory-sharpened with a semi-sharp tip, and is maker marked “Hammer Cie, Solingen” with the maker’s stylized logo on the reverse ricasso. The blade is diamond shaped, with the obverse of the blade acid etched with the SA motto, “Alles für Deutschland” (Anything for Germany). The crossguard is constructed of solid nickel-silver, and has stood the test of time with some light uniform tarnishing, with eight deep, undarkened grooves, and a “P” district mark for “Pommern”. The hardwood grips is mahogany-coloured and well preserved, fitting very well into the upper and lower crossguards. The national eagle (Hoheitszeichen) sits snug in its place and level with the wood without significant gaps between the eagle and the grip. The roundel sits equally snug and flush with the wood grip, featuring the SA logo with brown enamels.The scabbard is not original to this dagger - it is constructed of steel with nickel-silver fittings. The core is painted brown, but with considerable paint wear with moderate dings and scratches on the fittings. All four screws appear to be original to the dagger and hold the fittings in place. Overall, this dagger is in very fine condition, with the blade excellently preserved, but with the scabbard non-matching, and in fine condition.
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