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Early SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook example

Article about: This is what a you would expect from a Herder A.S. Dagger Herders have a very dark appearance:dark grip & scabbard. The contrast with the dull fittings makes it a killer. This grip has v

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    This is what a you would expect from a Herder A.S. Dagger
    Herders have a very dark appearance:dark grip & scabbard.
    The contrast with the dull fittings makes it a killer.
    This grip has veel enhanced they way that Herder did, well curved, no sharp edges.
    The blade is a screamer, full crossgrain, deep etch and logo with full burnish!
    This is as good as they come.
    No dents in the scabbard,which has almost all its anodation and Zapon lacquer, a nice untouced ball, and a lovely grip with perfect fit!
    Only little blemish: in the Sa rune misses a tiny piece of enamel
    Enjoy this lovely blade!
    Regards,
    Ger
    Early SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook exampleEarly SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook example

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    Wow! What a beauty. The blade on this one is just amazing. It has everything you could possibly want in an SA dagger. Great find

    Danny

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    Love these SA Daggers.. & I take you are going to post some more pictures when you have it hand Ger?...Thanks for the posting looks great. Cheers Terry.

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    Superb early craftsmanship! Outstanding example Gerrit. Thanks for the pics!
    Mark

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    Quote by Tango View Post
    Love these SA Daggers.. & I take you are going to post some more pictures when you have it hand Ger?...Thanks for the posting looks great. Cheers Terry.
    as you can see Terry these are my pics!
    So this one is in, im just waiting for my Fallschirmjager kappmesser....
    I know your not getting any younger buddy...hahhahaha

    The OBFO

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    Im amazed at this producers logo variant ..having this much crossgraining!! and this one, other than light runner marks rates a full mint. The SA Mann must of been the conservative type ever so rarely pulling the dagger out of the scabbard..but yet...he has been around to alot of places due to the external condition of the dagger. Nice Dark wood grip also, A Herder Trait. Another Chunk of the Step Gerrit! Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Ger,



    Beauty F.Herder SA

    lovely dark grip with a cracker of a blade !!!


    Congrats on your latest find .




    Regards Mac 66.

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    Just for reference sake here the 2 known tang markings that Herder used: spates & crossed keys
    These markings belong to a Herder i owned, i did not open up this dagger.
    But as far as i have seen Always combined with the P.A. cross guards
    The tang markings of the last 2 daggers belong to a fellow Collector Rafael ( thx Raf.)
    Regards,
    Ger
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    I just saw the Ace of Spades tang marking...Incredible !!
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Thanks Ger for mention this little detail.

    My son Rafael sent me this even better picture from the Ace of Spades stamp.

    Regards,
    Cor

    Early SA Dienstdolch by F. Herder A.S. a Minty textbook example

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