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Early M 36 from a house clearance in Germany

Article about: Larry asked me to show you an early nickel chained M 36, which was found as a part of a SS-grouping during a house clearance in Germany (you can find the initial thread in SS uniforms and in

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    Larry asked me to show you an early nickel chained M 36, which was found as a part of a SS-grouping during a house clearance in Germany (you can find the initial thread in SS uniforms and insignia, Early Allgemeine SS Tunic). The dagger is in as found condition and untouched. All screws have never been touched. It's a typical early nickel-silver M 36 with painted scabbard and one screw at the center mount. The chain itself is a as we call it a B 1 initial production, without septum in the skull.

    Regards

    Stefan
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    WOW !! Hands clapping . Not much for me to say but correct in every detail and aspect. I am amazed of the amount of the black burnishing left on the chain links. superb Thanks for posting a "Text Book" 2nd type production variant. Best Regards Larry

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    Beautiful!!!! with a good story behind it.......We've had a few of these awesome posts recently!

    Michael
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    That's top shelf for sure!!! Thanks for showing.
    Steve

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    A very nice example and a beautiful condition to the handle. It just shows what they can look like when they have not been abused.
    Congratulations!
    Ralph.
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    nice to get them like that.

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    My god, that is gorgeous. The totenkopfs and SS-runes look amazing.

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    Great Find & a terrific dagger



    Congrats !!





    Regards Mac 66.

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    This one has a lovely grip and chain
    Motto seems to be the shallow type, a bit pity that the blade condition doesnt fit the lovely grip.

    Regards,
    Ger

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