SA Dagger Justinuswerk
This dagger was offered through my website. on the photo,s to see it looks like a very nice dagger. the price was also good so have bought it right away. daggers addiction. at the back of the wood are some damage just like the back of the scabbard, you can see that this dagger has made quite a few kilometers along the uniform abrasive.
Would love to hear what you say.
10-26-2015 09:21 PM
Beautiful condition. Looks to possibly be unissued.
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
Very nice condition indeed! Has it been cleaned to make the fittings shine like this? Kevin.
Shame about the grip - regardless, it's a nice dagger.........
I would have grabbed it too. Looks in very nice shape. Appears to be an earlier production with the nickel fittings on the grip. My NSKK has the plated version guards and they tend to chip. Thanks for sharing.
Lovely Dagger Raf!
blade is great overall a great example of an early Sa dagger!
Thx for showing
Thanks for your responses, the fittings seem indeed polished all there is a light yellow glow in. the topschroef is undamaged and is very solid it looks like the dagger is not be opened.
It displays beautifully , a nice example .
We are the Pilgrims , master, we shall go
Always a little further : it may be
Beyond that last blue mountain barred with snow
Across that angry or that glimmering sea...
Ive seen many collectors just robbing the dagger on a monthly base with a soft cloth, not polishing, just a gentle sweep, that can be enough to prevent the dagger from building up any patina.
i have to do a tiny translation here Raf sorry....topschroef=nut thinking faster then typing/translating error, hahahhaa