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Article about: Political daggers were usually marked with the RZM code M7/. Here is a list of the codes with the makers name: M7/1 Gebruder Christians, Christianswerk, Solingen M7/2 Emil Voos Waffenfabrik,

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    Political daggers were usually marked with the RZM code M7/. Here is a list of the codes with the makers name:


    M7 /1 Gebruder Christians, Christianswerk, Solingen
    M7 /2 Emil Voos Waffenfabrik, Solingen
    M7 /3 Kuno Ritter, Solingen-Grafrath
    M7 /4 August Muller KG., Solingen-Merscheid
    M7 /5 Carl Julius Krebs, Solingen
    M7 /6 H. & F. Lauterjung, Solingen
    M7 /7 Hermann Konejung, Solingen
    M7 /8 Eduard Gembruch, Solingen-Grafrath
    M7 /9 SMF - Solinger Metallwaffenfabrik Stoecker & Co., Solingen
    M7 /10 J. A. Henckels, Solingen
    M7 /11 E. Knecht & Co., Solingen
    M7 /12 WMW - Waffenfabrik Max Weyersberg, Solingen
    M7 /12 Carl Robert Kaldenbach ( This producer is under review and is known only to have the RZM Permit M7/72 )
    M7 /13 Arthur Schuttelhofer & Co., Solingen-Wald
    M7 /14 R D. Luneschloss, Solingen
    M7 /15 Carl & Robert Linder, Solingen
    M7 /16 Justus Brenger & Co., Solingen-Wald
    M7 /17 A. Werth, Solingen
    M7 /18 Richard Abr. Herder, Solingen
    M7 /19 Edward Wusthof Dreizackwerk, Solingen
    M7 /20 Ernst Mandewirth, Solingen
    M7 /21 Hermann Schneider, Solingen
    M7 /22 Wilhelm Weltersbach, Solingen
    M7 /23 Carl Halbach, Solingen
    M7 /24 Reinhard Weyersberg, Solingen
    M7 /25 Wilhelm Wagner, Solingen-Merscheid
    M7 /25 Jostes & Co., Solingen (duplicate)
    M7 /26 Carl August Meis, G.m.b.H., Solingen
    M7 /27 Pumawerk (Lauterjung & Sohn), Solingen
    M7 /28 Gustav Felix, Gloriawerk, Solingen
    M7 /29 Klittermann & Moog G.m.b.H., Haan
    M7 /29 Jacobs & Co. (duplicate)
    M7 /30 Gebruder Grafrath, Solingen-Widden
    M7 /31 August Merten Mw., Solingen-Grafrath
    M7 /32 Robt. Muller, Solingen-Merscheid
    M7 /33 F W. Holler, Solingen
    M7 /33 P.u.A. Duenzer, Solingen (duplicate)
    M7 /34 Rudolf C. Jacobs, Solingen-Grafrath
    M7 /35 Wilhelm Halback, Solingen
    M7 /36 E. & F. Horster, Solingen
    M7 /37 Robert Klaas, Solingen-Ohligs
    M7 /38 Paul Seilheimer, Solingen
    M7 /39 Franz Steinhoff, Solingen-Wald
    M7 /40 Hartkopf & Co., Solingen
    M7 /41 Rudolf Schmidt, Solingen
    M7 /42 W.K.C. (Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co.) Waffenfabrik, Solingen-Wald
    M7 /43 Paul Weyersberg & Co., Solingen
    M7 /44 F. W. Backhaus, Solingen-Obligs
    M7 /45 Karl Bocker, Solingen
    M7 /45 Ottersbach & Co., Solingen (duplicate)
    M7 /46 Emil Gierling, Solingen
    M7 /47 Paul Ebel, Solingen
    M7 /48 Otto Simon, Steinbach
    M7 /49 Friedrich Herder A.S., Solingen
    M7 /50 Gebruder Heller, G.m.b.H., Marienthal
    M7 /51 Anton Wingen, Jr., Solingen
    M7 /52 Herbertz & Meurer, Solingen-Grafrath
    M7 /53 Nach. Gustav Weyersberg, Solingen
    M7 /54 Gottfried Muller, Rerges-Vogtei
    M7 /55 Robert Herder, Solingen-Ohligs
    M7 /56 C. D. Schaaf, Solingen
    M7 /57 Peter Lungstrass, Solingen-Ohligs
    M7 /58 Louis Perlmann, Solingen
    M7 /59 C. Lutters & Co., Solingen
    M7 /60 Gustav L. Koller, Solingen
    M7 /61 Carl Tillmans Sohn KG., Solingen
    M7 /62 Friedrich Plucker Jr, Solingen-Grafrath
    M7 /63 Herder & Engels, Solingen-Ohligs
    M7 /64 Friedr. Geigis, Solingen-Foche
    M7 /65 Karl Heidelberg, Solingen
    M7 /66 Carl Eickorn, Solingen
    M7 /67 Gottlieb Hammesfahr, Solingen-Foche
    M7 /68 Tigerwerk Lauterjung & Co., Solingen
    M7 /69 H.A. Erbe AG., Schmalkalden
    M7 /70 David Malsch, Steinbach
    M7 /71 Herm. Hahn, Solingen-Wald
    M7 /72 Karl Rob. Kaldenbach, Solingen-Grafrath
    M7 /73 F u. A. Helbing, Steinbach
    M7 /74 Friedrich Aug. Schmitz, Solingen
    M7 /75 Boker & Co., Solingen
    M7 /76 Herbeck & Meyer, Solingen-Weyer
    M7 /77 Gustav Schmeider, Solingen
    M7 /78 Herm. Linder Sohn, Solingen
    M7 /79 C. Bertram Reinhard & Sohn, Solingen
    M7 /80 Gustav C. Spitzer, Solingen
    M7 /81 Karl Tiegel, Riemberg
    M7 /82 Gebruder Born, Solingen
    M7 /83 Richard Pluemacher Sohn, Solingen
    M7 /84 Carl Schmidt Sohn, Solingen
    M7 /85 Arthur Evertz, Solingen
    M7 /86 Kuno Liemscheid & Co., Solingen auf der Hohe
    M7 /87 Maich & Ambrom, Steinbach
    M7 /88 Juliuswerk-J. Schmidt & Sohn, Riemberg i. Schlesien
    M7 /89 Ernst Mandewirth, Solingen
    M7 /90 Eickelnberg & Mack, Solingen
    M7 /91 Carl Spitzer, Malsch
    M7 /92 Peter Daniel Krebs, Solingen
    M7 /93 Ewald Cleff, Solingen
    M7 /94 Gebruder Bell, Solingen-Grafarth
    M7 /95 J. A. Schmidt & Sohn, Solingen
    M7 /96 Drees & Sohn, Solingen
    M7 /97 F Koeller & Co., Solingen-Ohligs
    M7 /98 Ernst Erich Witte, Solingen
    M7 /99 Franz Weinrank, Wien
    M7 /100 Franz Pils & Sobn, Wien
    M7 /101 Fritz Weber, Wien
    M7 /102 Franz Pils & Sohn, Steinbach am St.
    M7 /103 Josef Hack, Steyr (Ober-Donau)
    M7 /104 Ludwig Zeitler, Wien
    M7 /105 Rudolf Wurzer, St. Christophen
    M7 /106 Georg Kerschbaumer, Steinbach an der Steyr
    M7 /108 Karl Oschmann & Co., Brotterode i. Th.
    M7 /109 Thomas Weilpotz, Solingen-Huscheid
    M7 /110 Felbeck & Pickard, Solingen
    M7 /111 H. Herder, Solingen
    M7 /112 Carl Wusthof-Gladiatorwerk, Solingen
    M7 /113 Berndorfer Metaliwarenfabrik - Arthur Krupp AG., Berndorf
    M7 /114 Hugo Linder C. W. Sohn, Solingen-Weyer
    M7 /115 Erhardt Reich, Schwcina
    M7 /116 Franz Frenzel, Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
    M7 /117 Julius Pilz Sohn, Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
    M7 /118 Jacobs & Co., Solingen-Grafrath
    M7 /163 E. & A. Helbig, Steinbach
    M7 /183 Ernst E. Witte (Kroneck), Solingen
    M7 /941 Carl Eickhorn, Solingen
    M7 /1051 Robert Klaas, Solingen
    M7 /1053 P. D. Luneschloss, Solingen
    M7 /1164 David Malsch, Steinbach Krm.
    M7 /1166 Emil Voos, Solingen
    M7 /1197 C. Gustav Spitzer, Solingen
    M7 /1211 E. Pack & Sohn, Solingen
    M7 /1221 Carl Malsch-Spitzer, Steinbach
    M7 /1222 J.A. Schmidt & Sohn, Solingen
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    It might be of interest to know that in 1938 the RZM published a new list of dagger manufacturers.
    The highest number at that moment was 82, being Gebrüder Born from Solingen. Only about 46
    or 47 still did have their RZM-permission then. All others up to 82 had lost their permission. That is quite a number!

    In 1938 remained: 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 12 (Weyersberg), 13, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28, 29 (Klittermann),
    30, 31, 32, 33 (Holler), 35, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 46, 52, 55, 57, 59, 62, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 73,h
    75, 77, 80, 81, 82 (mistakes from the RZM are reserved). None of the duplicate numbers were mentioned!

    The numbers 83 through 118 were granted between June 1938 and March 1939. 118 was definitely the
    highest number for daggers for the political organizations or the administrators from the RZM "took a nap"!

    Permissions withdrawn from 1938:
    10 (December 1, 1942); 24 (May 3, 1938); 26 (January 5, 1938); 39 (January 5, 1938); 69 (May 26, 1939);
    75 (June 2, 1943); 77 (December 27, 1940); 81 (November 11, 1941); 82 (June 2, 1942); 87 (July 29, 1942);
    90 (November 27, 1940); 96 (November 27, 1940); 100 (July 3, 1939); 105 (April 7, 1941); 106 (July 14, 1941);
    113 (October 26, 1939); 116 (August 20, 1940). Mistakes from the RZM are reserved.

    When Austria was annexed only a few numbers came into being (about 10).

    If I can find the time I will check about the numbers listed higher then 118. I would like to know if they actually
    are being mentioned.

    My thoughts - after checking all issues from the Mitteilungsblatt der RZM, available to me until December 27,
    1944):
    No number was mentioned/listed higher then 118 (this was also the conclusion by Clyde R. Davis)
    in any RZM or other source. Maybe the numbers mentioned were confused with numbers for those that were
    allowed to sell daggers or as what is said numbers for SS daggers. The RZM did not mention seperately numbers
    for SS daggers, as there is no M7 sub-code, as it is mentioned as "h" for assisting concerns (Hilfsbetriebe).
    Last edited by Wilhelm Saris; 09-19-2014 at 04:26 PM.
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