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eMedals-Germany, SA. A Model 1933 SA Dagger, by Gebrüder Heller

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Germany, SA. A Model 1933 SA Dagger, by Gebrüder Heller


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Germany, SA. A Model 1933 SA Dagger, by Gebrüder Heller

(Sturmabteilung Dienstdolch). A miss-matched dagger, constructed of a variety of period original dagger parts. It measures 365 mm with the scabbard on, and featuring a 218 mm long magnetic nickel-plated steel blade, with factory dull edges and a semi-pointed tip. The blade’s reverse ricasso is marked “Gebrüder Heller”. It is diamond shaped, with the obverse of the blade acid etched with the SA motto “Alles für Deutschland” (Germany - Anything for Germany) - it appears to be coated in grease or varnish, not allowing for the acid-etched pebbling in the crevices to be visible. It is very reflective, with light scratches common to extraction and return to the scabbard, as well as light bruising from age. The upper and lower cross-guards are constructed of nickel silver (unmarked). The hardwood grip is evenly mahogany-coloured, with a small hairline crack near the lower cross-guard on the obverse. It sits tightly against the upper and lower cross-guard, fitting well in its place, but overhanging the cross-guards slightly due to its size. The German national eagle sits snug in its place and is level with the wooden grip, without significant gaps between the eagle and the grip. The roundel sits equally snug and flush with the grip, featuring the SA logo within brown enamels. The scabbard is constructed of steel, with nickel-silver fittings, with all four fastening screws present, as well as its loop that allows it to be attached to a dagger hanger. A post-war assembled dagger constructed of period original dagger parts, in lightly used, and overall very fine condition.
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