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Elusive SA Dienstdolch makers

Article about: Here are two nice SA daggers that I have had for many years, the elusive "double X" Josef Wolfe SA made not in Solingen, but in MUNCHEN-AU. Next is a nice J. Dirlam & Sohne, So

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ID:	331314Here are two nice SA daggers that I have had for many years, the elusive "double X" Josef Wolfe SA made not in Solingen, but in MUNCHEN-AU.

    Next is a nice J. Dirlam & Sohne, Solingen.

    I have posted the full sides of the SA's as well as close ups of the maker mark.

    Hope you like 'em!

    Mark

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    Hi Mark, very nice. Thanks.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Stop Mark!!

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    Mark love the blades and the Tiger stripe grip
    REGARDS AL

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