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Article about: Can anyone tell me for one what the writing is on this dagger and what its value is I acquired it after my grandpa past away. Thanks Josh

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    Can anyone tell me for one what the writing is on this dagger and what its value is I acquired it after my grandpa past away.

    Thanks Josh
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    solingen is the maker of the dagger. they still make knives today.

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    Rohm honor SA dagger.

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    hi , Solingen is NOT a manufacturer, it is a place ,it is a steel producing city in the rhur valley in germany ,it is very much like an english knife having "shefield " on the blade, this dagger has the makers initials and logo on it but the pic is blured and i cant make it out , cheers ian

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    ..., this dagger has the makers initials and logo on it but the pic is blured and i cant make it out , cheers ian
    Ernst Pack & Sons

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    Hi Josh, welcome to the forum!

    The blade dedication says: In heartfelt comradeship; Ernst Rohm.

    It is a very desirable dagger as the inscription is complete and is worth several thousand /$.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    added better pic

    where would i go to get this dagger appraised i know the bayonet isnt worth much but i would be very interested to see its value and possible get papers to prove its authenticity

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    with an item like this do you attempt to clean/polish it any i dont know that much about this kind of thing i know its a piece of history and to my knowledge it was removed from a soldier along with a skull ring and nothing has touched it since

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    i would not clean it at all , i would advise just a thin smeer of oil on the blade and scabard , im sure others will advise you better , but unles there is rust on the blade i would leave it alone ,cheers ian

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    What kind of oil ?

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