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Germany, SA. A Sturmabteilung (SA) Röhm Dagger by Ernst Pack & Söhne

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Germany, SA. A Sturmabteilung (SA) Röhm Dagger by Ernst Pack & Söhne

(Sturmabteilung Röhm-Dolch). A Sturmabteilung (SA) Dagger by Arthur Evertz, Solingen. Measuring 375 mm in length with the scabbard on, while the blade of the dagger itself measures 220 mm and is constructed of nickel-silver plated metal, acid-engraved with "Alles für Deutschland" (“Everything for Germany”) on the obverse. The reverse presents with an acid-engraved inscription of “In herzlicher Kameradschaft” (“In sincere friendship”), with the remainder of the inscription featuring Ernst Röhm’s name having been ground out. Near the ricasso is a maker’s mark of “E. P. & S.” for Ernst Pack & Söhne, Solingen, along with the firm’s axeman logo. The tip and edges of the dagger are in a semi-sharpened condition. The blade fits neatly through the upper crossguard, itself constructed of nickel-silver plating, which in turn sits flush with the wooden handle. Eight notches are neatly carved into the upper cross guard, evenly distributed between the top and bottom. The reverse of the upper crossguard is etched with “WF”, indicating the SA “Westfalen” (Westphalia) region. The obverse of the wooden handle bears a metallic NSDAP “Parteiadler” (Party Eagle) emblem fitted within the wood, featuring an eagle clutching a wreathed mobile swastika, measuring 25 mm (w) x 18.5 mm (w). On the same side, just above the lower cross guard, sits a metallic Sturmabteilung logo, comprised of stylized “SA” initials measuring 9 mm in diameter. Similar to the upper crossguard, the lower also features eight carved notches. The dagger is held together by a nickel-silver pommel nut that sits tightly and securely in the lower crossguard. The paired scabbard measures 285 mm in length and is constructed of brown-painted magnetic metal, with a nickel-silver plated metal fitting at the tip and throat. A metal loop measuring 15 mm in diameter is attached to the upper fitting, allowing the dagger to be hung from a uniform. The fittings are each held securely in place with two (original) screws connecting to the main body of the scabbard. Although very well-preserved, the dagger shows some evidence of wear and use, including running marks on the blade, tarnishing of the nickel-silver features, minor cracking of the handle, and loss of paint to the scabbard. Overall, good/fair.
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