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eMedals-Germany, SA. A Model 1933 SA Group Hesse Dagger, by H.F. Lauterjung

Item: M0162-362

Germany, SA. A Model 1933 SA Group Hesse Dagger, by H.F. Lauterjung

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Germany, SA. A Model 1933 SA Group Hesse Dagger, by H.F. Lauterjung

(SA Dolch). An extremely well-preserved Model 1933 SA dagger, measuring 375 mm in length when inserted into the scabbard. The dagger features a 225 mm-long nickel-plated magnetic metal blade, with a sharpened tip and semi-sharpened edges, the obverse of which features an acid-etched inscription of “ALLES FÜR DEUTSCHLAND” (“EVERYTHING FOR GERMANY”). The reverse bears a Reichszeugmeisterei (RZM) logo with code “M7/6” and a maker’s mark of “H.F. LAUTERJUNG, SOLINGEN”. The blade has been finely polished, leaving evidence of very minor pitting. The blade sits flush with the nickel-plated upper crossguard, itself bearing eight notches, with four each distributed at the top and bottom. The reverse is inscribed with “HE” for SA Group Hesse. The handle is constructed of wood with a well-defined grip, with the obverse inset with a metallic NSDAP-style German national eagle clutching a wreathed mobile swastika, measuring 25 mm (w) x 14 mm (h). The handle is also inset with a metallic SA logo measuring 9 mm in diameter. The dagger completes with a nickel-plated lower crossguard, similarly marked with eight notches, and a magnetic metal pommel nut. It is accompanied by a period scabbard, constructed of brown-painted magnetic metal. The throat retains a functional spring catch, securely holding the dagger in place during storage, and is held together by dual rivets. It also bears a loop for the accommodation of a dagger hanger. The scabbard completes with a nickel-plated tip held in place by dual rivets. Some running marks are evident to the blade, and there is slight loosening of the structure. It is in an overall near extremely fine condition.
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