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Gorgeous early Malsch & Ambronn Dienstdolch with perfect Tiger grip

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    Default Gorgeous early Malsch & Ambronn Dienstdolch with perfect Tiger grip

    Just picked this one up.
    SA daggers with a tiger striped grip, a perfect fit to the crossguards and throat, and having a mint blade with 100% crossgrain and burnish in the Motto and Logo are very hard to find.
    Scabbard is beautiful, not perfect but it sure comes close.
    Anodizing is all there and the Zapon lacquer didnt crack.
    Nickel fittings are beautiful with a matching patina all over.
    Superb inlayed eagle and rune.....and not to forget the superb hanger!
    Just see for yourself

    Cheers,
    Ger


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    Wow, that's a great dagger Ger! Perfect in every way. I just love that grip and the blade looks super! The scabbard is not too bad either . Looking forward to inspect this one in hand

    Danny

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    Indeed - she's a beauty.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    WOW what a cracker.

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    Timeless!!...I like the heavy thicker crossguards used on some of the SA daggers we see..it gives it that " Roman Empire" look to it. A beauty for sure..and the crossguard fit to the grip is tighter than.............. Another Stunner Gerrit..I hope there will be a day to see these beauties myself with the alcohol fortified support im going to need so I dont get shocked. Outstanding Ger. Thanks for sharing
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    Ger another great dagger I must say the handle is very nice looking.. & the blade is near mint..You have done well with this 1..Thanks for showing. Cheers Terry.

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    Now that is minty! Congrats

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    Looks like a factory fresh dagger from a time warp. Its a beaut. Really nice striped handle. Congrats. Thx for sharing.

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    Hi Ger,


    Absolutely Lovely & in Top Condition M&A SA

    The thick crossguards & grip look Mega!!!


    Congrats to you



    Regards Mac 66.

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    That is a thing of Beauty..pure Craftmanship.

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