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The Earliest SS Chain Daggers

Article about: This SS Chain Dagger is quite unique, for a couple of different reasons. As you can see, it's a rather early one, i.e., painted scabbard, nickel silver fittings, and heavy chain links. But t

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    Dear JR, over the Christmas time I have way more free time and make some photos of my example.
    The dagger is shown in Ralfs book, but no photo from the blade. p364/365.

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    This is the earliest exmaple I have ever found.

    Came out close to my hometown in the 80's and it is an original untouched Franconian piece.
    For sure my photo quality is not good as JR's experience. The blade photo of mine is quite sad
    as the blade is in real in top good condition with its nice etching.
    Is it the same etching like on the piece from JR? For me yes.

    The knot cord is tied to the grip this way since ever, the black colored wood has already taken inside
    the silver oxidation particles. Scabbard ealry original painted, all screws untouched.
    Center fitting with its chain, dark silver oxidated. I took also a photo of the reverse from the chain to show
    how the dark patina comes around from the corners.

    This was the first M36 I found, a good start with pure luck.


    merry Christmas and a healthy, happy 2015 with much peace.
    Robert
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    Last edited by Robert H; 12-23-2014 at 03:26 PM.

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    Bravo Robert..very nice Type 3. Lovely cool military
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    Robert,


    That is a lovely unmessed with chained SS dagger that i would like to own myself


    thanks for showing



    Regards Mac 66.

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    Hi Robert, as usual never disappointed with anything you post, Sehr Sehr gut.

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