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RZM SA Dagger marked 7/2 (Emil Voos) just arrived

Article about: My first SA Dagger just arrived and so I thought I'd take some photos and share here. The SA has been noticeably absent from growing dagger collection so it was time to change that. I didn't

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    Default RZM SA Dagger marked 7/2 (Emil Voos) just arrived

    My first SA Dagger just arrived and so I thought I'd take some photos and share here. The SA has been noticeably absent from growing dagger collection so it was time to change that. I didn't get all diva - it's got to be an early maker - as I had with my SS ones. Very comfortable with this late model. The overall condition is great on this one but the blade is really fantastic.
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    That's a very nice looking dagger you got there ;-)
    Congrats !

    Mfg
    Marc
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    Decent condition Late RZM. Love the wood . Scabbard paint looks like a repaint....but this is by the quality of the photo...Not sure..but still a great dagger from a notable Producer Regards Larry
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    Very nice crossgrain, the scabbard paint does look a bit off, I have one of the same maker but alittle more saltier here are some pics to compare
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    Yeah, I noticed the color and tone on the scabbard as well. There is no overspray on the scabbard fittings and the screws on them certainly appear to be original and un-messed with. Not too bothered by it one way or another.

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    A typical E.Voos RZM dagger with a beautiful high ridge RZM blade having all of the crossgrain!
    a very nice grip with well inserted insignia and a period great looking hanger!

    IMO: The scabbard has been sanded and had a new spray, it misses the typical high shine finish, also noticeable if you look at the small damages in the lacquer: old lacquer breaks by damage, this one is looking fresh.

    This one is a lovely addition to your collection!

    Cheers,
    Ger

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