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eMedals-Germany, SA. A Model 1933 Dagger, by F.W. Holler

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Germany, SA. A Model 1933 Dagger, by F.W. Holler

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Germany, SA. A Model 1933 Dagger, by F.W. Holler

(Sturmabteilung Dienstdolch). This is an extremely well-preserved Sturmabteilung (SA) model 1933 service dagger, measuring 378 mm with the scabbard on, featuring a 220 mm long magnetic nickel-plated steel blade, with sharpened edges and tip. The blade’s reverse ricasso is marked with Reichszeugmeisterei (RZM) logo and code “M7/33” for maker F.W. Holler, Solingen. The obverse of the blade is acid etched with the SA motto “Alles für Deutschland” (“Everything for Germany”). The upper crossguard is constructed of nickel silver, and is decorated with eight evenly distributed grooves. The hardwood grip is evenly mahogany-coloured, and sits tightly against the upper and lower crossguard, the latter decorated with eight notches similar to its upper counterpart. Securely set into the handle is a SA-style German national eagle clutching a wreathed mobile swastika, measuring 25 mm (w) x 14 mm (h). The roundel sits equally snug and flush with the grip, featuring the SA logo within brown enamels, and measuring 9 mm in diameter. The dagger is tightly held together by a single nickel-silver pommel nut. It is accompanied by its original scabbard, constructed of brown-painted steel with nickel-silver fittings, with all four fastening screws present. The throat of the scabbard retains its functional spring mechanism, securely holding the dagger in place during storage. Set into the upper nickel-silver fitting is a loop, 19 mm in diameter, which held in place a dagger hanger that has since been lost. The scabbard measures 255 mm in length. Minor running marks are evident to the blade, along with tarnishing of the nickel-silver features and significant paint loss to the scabbard. Otherwise in very fine condition.
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