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SA Dagger Robert Klaas RZM M7/1937

Article about: Hi guys, I have come across this dagger, send you the lictures I could get hold of. Just waiting from the seller to send me a picture of the eagle. Could you please let me know what your vie

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    Default SA Dagger Robert Klaas RZM M7/1937

    Hi guys, I have come across this dagger, send you the pictures I could get hold of. Just waiting from the seller to send me a picture of the eagle. Could you please let me know what your views are. As far as I know this maker is rare for SA daggers, but other than that not much more, many thanks, Juan
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    Jamoros be careful..from what I can see in the photos provided..it is a known fact the reason why The producers logo is called the "Kissing Cranes Logo" ..It appears that they are not touching beaks ..due to the flash from the camera. The beaks must be touching..or it is not Kissing Cranes !

    The use of a smaller logo used..also is a bit of a concern..when Klaas used these for their Rohm Dedication daggers. No reason to see this or the logo used on a Mid period transitional.
    I would like to see a clear detailed photos minus the flash of the Motto and logo.

    Regards Larry

    I will follow up on more information on the logo later ..unless someone else can add more documentive support on the use of the small logo..and the Mid period RZM usage
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    Hi Larry, thanks for your comments, I attach a new picture, hope this helps
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    Jamoros be careful..from what I can see in the photos provided..it is a known fact the reason why The producers logo is called the "Kissing Cranes Logo" ..It appears that they are not touching beaks ..due to the flash from the camera. The beaks must be touching..or it is not Kissing Cranes !

    The use of a smaller logo used..also is a bit of a concern..when Klaas used these for their Rohm Dedication daggers. No reason to see this or the logo used on a Mid period transitional.
    I would like to see a clear detailed photos minus the flash of the Motto and logo.

    Regards Larry

    I will follow up on more information on the logo later ..unless someone else can add more documentive support on the use of the small logo..and the Mid period RZM usage
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    Hi guys, any other comments that you might come up with will be highly appreciated, many thanks, Juan

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    Hi guys, another picture with the eagle, thanks, Juan
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    Larry ive seen quite a few with the same transitional logo, most of them with a high ridge blade and chrome plated potmetal.
    Here a few with the same logo...
    Regards,
    Ger

    Sorry Gents that im not frequently here, but replacing a roof and rebuilding an entire upperfloor is very time consuming, not to talk about the stress.....
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    Thanks Ger, appreciate your comments, just to make sure I understand you well, does that mean that the dagger is ok?, Regards, Juan
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    Larry ive seen quite a few with the same transitional logo, most of them with a high ridge blade and chrome plated potmetal.
    Here a few with the same logo...
    Regards,
    Ger

    Sorry Gents that im not frequently here, but replacing a roof and rebuilding an entire upperfloor is very time consuming, not to talk about the stress.....
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    Hi Larry, I send a better close up, I hope so, of the logo, thanks, Juan
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    Hi guys, I have been reading from different sources that this maker for SA Daggers is very rare and therefore highly wanted by collectors, is that true in your opinion?, thanks, Juan

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    Thankyou Gerrit and Jamoros for the extra photos...yet Im still not convinced and all the logos on Gerrits pics the Crane beaks are not touching ( see below for a True Klaas Kissing Crane logo ) and why it was phrased that way .

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    There are no early SA daggers to be found with a Klaas logo which was reserved for the early SS daggers we see including SS Rohms. the McSaar states only as " Possibly valid for use as a early producer.

    I am traveling at the moment and can not access any RZM producer permit Information to support that there were transitionals that were made for SA daggers.

    Thankyou so far for your input guys..and thread is open for more until the truth be told Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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