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SA Dagger (Item SA 9-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is a very fine, super-excellent-condition Sturmabteilung dagger. This is incredibly fine with mirror-bright fittings. It is an ‘RZM’ issue and so marked with ‘M7/10 1941’ on the blade. The scabbard is very clean as is the fine grip and fittings. There is a bit of utrafine scratching on the bottom cross guard. The blade is as near mint as they can go. It has the rarely encountered leather hangar that is also in near-mint condition. Here is a very exceptional example of this form of dagger that is starting to disappear from the scene.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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SA Dagger (Item SA 9-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a very fine example of an ‘RZM’-issue dagger. It has the ‘RZM’ mark on the blade with ‘7/66 1942.’ The blade is much better than average. In fact, it’s very fine. The scabbard is unnicked, the fittings bright, the wood unmarred, and pretty. It comes with original leather hanging strap and buckle that is also in fine condition. This is an excellent example of a disappearing relic that will reach $1,000 or more in the not-to-distant future.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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SA Dagger (Item SA 9-3)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a fine example of the SA dagger with fine, wood-grained grip in the desirable dark hue. The blade has been cleaned through the years, but is still bright and generally good. During the cleaning the maker’s mark was mostly unfortunately obliterated, but what does show appears to have been very light to start with. The cross guard is stamped ‘BO’ for the distribution control mark (regional command). This one is from the Bayerische Ostmark. It is overall quite a beautiful dagger (really!) and these are getting so scarce.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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SA Dagger (Item SA 9-4)

DESCRIPTION: Here is an excellent example of the SA Sturmabteilung dagger. This one is by a rare maker Justinuswerk in Solingen, who used a medieval pole arm or halberd as its logo. The distribution control mark for the regional command on this one is ‘BO’ for Bayerische Ostmark. The blade is quite fine with the usual fine scratching from the scabbard inner fittings. This one has the original leather, buckled hanger that is worn from use, but still intact. The clip devise bears the ‘RZM M5/71 oLc’ markings. The grip is the superior blend of fine grain coloration and fits well with no gaps. It has the heavy, natural, nickel fittings on scabbard and cross guard and crown. This is just as nice an example that we have seen of a dagger that is getting rarer every day. You could not do too much better than this one.

PRICE: Sold

 

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SA Dagger (rare maker) (Item SA 9-5)

DESCRIPTION: This is a nice, clean example with a nicely grained wood grip and closely fitted guards. It has a really rare maker’s mark—Hugo Köller Solingen. The logo is an eagle that looks more American than German and remarkably this eagle looks like he I sitting on a flag shield with stripes. Actually, it is his tail feathers. His claws hold something that looks like kitchen knives. The cross guard is marked ‘NRH’ for Niederrhein SA Gruppe. The blade is bout average with no pitting (clean). The wood fits to the metal well. The SA button and eagle fit tight and fine. The scabbard fits the blade a bit loosely; possibly if the scabbard throat screws were tightened up then the blade would fit tighter. The anodized finish of the scabbard is also about average showing wear, but no abuse. Some of the front parts are a bit worn, but still nice and original. This is a fine early marked SA dagger and again I remind you a rare maker.

PRICE: $834.00 .00

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SA Dagger (RZM) (Item SA 9-8)

DESCRIPTION: This is a quite beautiful example of an ‘RZM’ piece with perfect grip. It has a good anodized scabbard finish, almost-mint blade marked ‘RZM 7/83,’ nickel plated, and cross and top guard perfectly matching in finish. Eagle is dull, but close fitting (will clean up). This is just a very fine example of the classic SA weapon. The code ‘7/83’ is for the firm of Pluemacher Son (Richard Pluemarcher and they made some of the best.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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‘RZM’ SA Dagger (Item SA 9-9)

DESCRIPTION: This SA dagger is an extra, extra nice example of an ‘RZM’ dagger. It has a good grip, fine scabbard finish, and minty blade marked ‘RZM M7/27.’ This is the code for the company that was known as Pumawerk (Lautering & Sohn) Solingen. It’s everything it should be and more as far as condition.

PRICE: SOLD

 

 

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Practically “Stone Mint” Condition SA Dagger (Item SA 9-13)

DESCRIPTION: Here is one of the finest condition SA daggers we have ever seen except for very tiny specks on the scabbard tip. This dagger seems to be untouched by human hands. In fact, we slip on gloves when handling it. The scabbard, cross fittings, and blade are all pristine. The wood is unblemished and the “Allies for Deutschland” motto is brilliant and clear. The manufacturer’s code “M7/27” stands for Pumawerk Lauterjung & Sohn Solingen, one of the companies that had the original SA contract and produced some of the finest examples. The wood employed in the grips was some of the best looking of the period. We can’t emphasize enough how perfect an example this one truly is.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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SA Dagger from the Bayerische Ostmark (Item SA 9-14)

DESCRIPTION: This is a nice, clean dagger company labeled, not ‘RZM’ with the eastern Bavaria identification (BO) on the cross guard. The dagger's condition will be rated 95 percent plus for condition with nice original paint on the scabbard and close-fitted furniture. The blade is used, but not abused. The letters are a bit stressed and the blade itself probably went through a professional cleaning during its past (probably before 1945). In this cleaning the brand logo was for the most part removed. We can make out Josef and Solingen. The rest is obliterated. So, we have a nice SA dagger with a blade that could be better.

PRICE: SOLD

 

 

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