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Chained SS Dagger Type A - Initial Production aka Type 3

Article about: It has been long awaited due to my inability to post anything lately..or for a long time..I have found Christmas at this early hour to do so. My apologies for lacking. Below is an Initial Pr

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    Well done Larry. I too would like a piece of allach.

    Best Matty

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    The Type A's will always be revered for being the introductory and first SS chains, manufactured in late 1936. You don't see them all that often, and I think there were only one or perhaps 2, in Tom's reference. For years they were mis-identified, and grouped into the Type B category. The configuration of the skull links which bore the septum was short lived, and probably around for only 6 months.
    Congratulations on a historic and beautiful SS dagger, Lar

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    Missed this thread earlier but, I can't say anything more than has already been said Larry,
    Congratulations on adding this stunning example to your collection!
    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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    Very Very Nice Dagger Larry! the cherry on the cream cake in most collections.
    I think this dagger is safe in your hands. thank you for showing!

    Regards RafaelDaggers.

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    That one is a real gem Larry and I can't think of anyone else more deserving to own it then yourself

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    A big congrats Larry and what a chained dagger to own best ive seen for a long long time ,
    sorry i havent commented for a while ive had trouble logging on
    cheers Ronnie

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    Larry, Congratulations on a very scarce one!! Since rectified in a later book, the one nasal septum example in TW’s book that I have direct knowledge of is from Vic Diehl which is labeled as a “Type II” on page 152. With his dagger added to a pre-book thread on another forum about the topic of chain links a number of years ago - Vic used an unusual method of photography to share a closeup that (at a distance) was not apparent in the book. Best Regards, Fred

  9. #28


    Finally your Gem has been posted!
    I have seen pics of this beauty but that seems to be ages ago with the promise to post, well finally you did!
    Nice pics my friend of a center piece that would enrich every collection.
    Chained SS dagger need a close study with all the types of chains available, thx you pointed them out again ( Big Ned and JR made two nice sticky's about them)
    Thx for posted!! i love this one.

    Last edited by gerrit; 12-30-2015 at 12:08 PM.

  10. #29


    I know it has been a few years now. I have been so busy the last few years selling some top notch Lugers and many other German small arms here in the states. Many other things going on too.
    But I did want Thank Larry,once again and I am so glad it wound up in your stable,in the end. I can say, she is even better in person !!

    Cheers, Mike

  11. #30


    Wow a stunning return..welcome back Mike..and yes..I still have her in my stable. Not going anywhere. .

    We will chat soon

    Best 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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