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SS & SA Dienstdolch: all they seem?

Article about: On the SS dagger it has an Authentic early RZM type blade,,crossguard is turned around,, i agree with Ade as the grip has some issues. The scabbard is a late RZM type as the IMO " the C

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    Default SS & SA Dienstdolch: all they seem?

    Hey, I found this for sale - is it alright, or is it a fake/composite piece?
    Any information exceedingly well received!





    Kind regards,
    Robbie

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    Need much better/clearer/closer photos - especially of the SS roundel.
    It appears to have some gouge marks.........?
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    Steve.

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    I don't like the shape of the grip and eagle / roundal at all.

    It has certainly been apart as the lower crossguard is on back to front.

    Certainly "restored".

    The maker is unknown.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Damn! I thought I'd found a cheap one for 995. Never mind, thanks for the help (and for the tunic advice earlier)! Until next time!

    Robbie

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    Here is one by the same maker for comparison.

    Wittmann Militaria #33247 Early model 1933 E.M. SS 188/35 RZM

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    Now that is more like it.

    Cheers Ade.
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    Great, thanks - I've checked it out and I can see the difference.

    Actually, whilst we're on the topic - would you mind looking at this dagger from the same shop? It looks okay to me but I have been (obviously) fooled before!




    Robbie

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    that one looks OK to me but I'd question the scabbard colour maybe. I'm still learning with edged stuff though.

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    Hi Robbie, basically real in parts.

    But my concern is this is a later RZM quality dagger. But the scabbard fittings are earlier plated nickle type.

    Dagger in scabbard the wrong way around in the last pic. People would be upset if I did not mention my pet hate

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    Thanks Ade! Great to put all these to rest. Much obliged for the assistance

    Robbie

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