03-21-2014 08:01 PM
That's a very nice dagger Ger! The grip is really nice and I love this makersmark. A rare piece indeed. Congretulations on this find my friend
Beautiful deep etching on the blade inscription! Excellent piece and rarely seen!
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
Great Example Ger...the crossguards appear to be the heavier type....with a rarely encountered gruppe mark "Ns"
Overall handsome .
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Another beauty ! - I really like how the enameling in the
SA roundel matches the grip colour.........
Another Blonde!! must be something in the air??. A very nice dagger indeed just loving those colours again..Excellent going Ger. Cheers Terry.
Nice one Ger!
I have a similar example:
SA Dagger by Carl Schmidt & Sohn AG Solingen
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lovely to see they both have exactly the same grip eagle, thx for you link!