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SA Standard 1933?

Article about: Hello. I was recently able to get some photos of a dagger my dad was given by his father. I have looked into what I could find online and seem to have come to the conclusion that it is a SA

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    Buzzard
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    Hello. I was recently able to get some photos of a dagger my dad was given by his father. I have looked into what I could find online and seem to have come to the conclusion that it is a SA Standard 1933 Dagger? In my searching I stumbled across your forum and it seemed like you guys would probably have tons of information! Any help or additional information you can provide would be much appreciated! For my own curiosity what would the value of something like this be? Not really any intention of selling as it has more sentimental value than anything but just curious (Sorry for so many pictures, wasn't sure which details were important)
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    That's in beautiful shape Buzzard ! No chips or cracks in the
    grip and smooth unblemished metal fittings. Paul Weyersberg is a decent maker too.
    If the scabbard is black it is an NSKK knife, brown is the SA type.
    Someone will be along and advise you of todays going rate......
    ( I've seen prices from $500. to $1500. in the last 10 years, but condition is very important ! )


    Regards, Steve.
    Last edited by Walkwolf; 04-01-2010 at 09:12 AM.

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    what colour is the scabbard brown or black?

    for me it looks black.

    Auda

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    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    It is a very nice early original dagger.

    The SA Gruppe marking on the reverse of the crossguard looks like "Ns", which would be for SA Gruppe Niedersachsen

    Hi Auda, the scabbard is brown for me and is the correct so called anodised finish.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    HDTony
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    Buzzard

    Very nice example, would make a great addition to any collection. Thank you for posting it.

    Tony

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    The mark on the guard looks like No to me ?Very nice dagger.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Nice looking SA in great shape -- the mark on the crossguard is "No" which stands for Nordsee (sorry Ade)

    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Quote by AudaAbuTayi View Post
    what colour is the scabbard brown or black?

    for me it looks black.

    Auda
    Sorry that is my poor photography skills. The scabbard is brown, same kind of colour as the wood on the handle.

    Thanks for all the positive feedback guys. This is really a great chance for me to find out what this knife was and pass it all along to my dad. It has just sat in the closet for as long as I can remember, nobody knowing what it was. I really appreciate you guys having a forum set up like this. It took me one night and I was able to find more info than my dad in 20years... LOL.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    It is a very nice early original dagger.

    The SA Gruppe marking on the reverse of the crossguard looks like "Ns", which would be for SA Gruppe Niedersachsen

    Hi Auda, the scabbard is brown for me and is the correct so called anodised finish.

    Cheers, Ade.

    I believe the gau mark is "No", Ade..................Nordheim, Nordsee,?
    Don't recall offhand.

    ( I hope you keep it in the family Buzz !)

    Regards, Steve.

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    I could not make out it if was "Ns" or "No" Not a great photo as Buzzard admited.

    Hi Steve, checkout the pinned list top of the forum

    Cheers, Ade.

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