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SA Dagger M7/66 Carl Eickorn

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    I just came across this dagger for sale locally. I am interested but first would like to know your opinion.
    Thanks
    Patricio
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    Welcome to the forum!

    It is good. Nice condition for a late RZM dagger.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Nice looking late Eick, the dull chocolat brown scabbard fits my former RZM Eick.
    Sa Eickhorn 1939 transitional

    Ger

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    As said, a Fine condition for a later made dagger. I would say that it is likely an unissued piece and what handling wear it Does have has been accrued from 7 decades of handling by the post-war new owners.
    William

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    near mint to me.

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    Thanks for all the comments and opinions. I am very interested in this piece so I would like to ask for some advice on what would be a fair price, taking in consideration its condition. I had not received any negative feedback regarding this dagger been a reproduction from you guys based on the pics I posted so that makes me more interested
    Thanks for time guys and I would love to hear Larry C opinion on it. I had read many of his interesting post but since I just registered I am not allow to send pm s yet.
    Thank you all again

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    Hi Cabezargento..thank you for your thoughts. The comments made above by a few of our seasoned collectors have the same thoughts as myself..in which Member Gerrit has provided an excellent link of one from his collection.

    A Late Great Dagger . Rare to see a 1941 dated SA Dagger in this condition as mentioned above. Thanks for sharing and adding to the Community of Study. Regards Larry
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    It is normal that late (1941) SA dagger produced by Carl Eickhorn Solingen had a grip eagle made form solid-nickle?

    Schlange

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    To me its just a standard Alu eagle, the colour change is looking like nicotine and not like any patina.

    Ger

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    But, aluminum as material does not corrode in standard way - instead of that he has a crystal disease. (examples of these type of aluminum corrosion can be seen on many DAK overseas caps)
    This SA eagle has a yellow green patina - standard for solid-nickle materials.

    Schlange

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