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1933 SA Dienstdolch for Review (hopefully the last one)

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    Default 1933 SA Dienstdolch for Review (hopefully the last one)

    So i've become pretty good or so I think at spotting fake SA daggers. I still wanted to get everyones opinion on this one. Let me know what you think.

    Ray
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    Is that an original finish on the handle,it looks great!

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    Somehow the early dagger got mated to a late rzm scabbard...

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    Quote by Lakesidetrader View Post
    Somehow the early dagger got mated to a late rzm scabbard...
    Too bad, but probably been a 'vet scabbard swap' dagger since the war.


    -wagner-

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    Almost,Ray! You came T...h..i..s close... Next time for sure! But,don't worry -SA's are always out there somewhere! It's just a matter of waiting for just the right one!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    So taking into consideration the condition of both the dagger and the scabbard what would the value of this be?

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    Kind of a tough call, placing a value on this piece....it's in decent shape...maybe ...$350-400?
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    So how can you tell the difference between an early and late scabbard?

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    Hi Ray, an early scabbard will have a so called anodised finish (basically being a chemically browned or blued finish applied to the metal to give it the colour) with a clear laquer coating and the scabbard mounts will be solid nickle. Later RZM quality scabbards have a brown or black painted finish and lower quality plated fittings.

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    Will the anodized finish be a little more dull?

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