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Genuine 1936 Model SS NCO's Degen?

Article about: Hi all, first post, hope it's not to cheeky to dive straight in? I have my late father's 'war booty' SS sword, which he apparently acquired whilst serving in Italy just after WWII, and was h

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    Hmm, interesting, there is someone in Germany who can help, the Imperial War Museum did give me their details, but I appear to have lost them. I'll have to get in contact with the IWM again.

    Am I correct in identifying it as a 1936 model NCO issue Degen?

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    Rayson yes it is but can we have some more pictures of the sword please ?


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    You could have SS number 143 researched, but this will cost you as a researcher would have to go through the files held in the USA.

    I can highly recommend:

    Westmoreland Research

    But as I said , it is not proven that it is a serial number.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Quote by mattty01 View Post
    Rayson yes it is but can we have some more pictures of the sword please ?

    Of course, any particular areas?

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    Hey, the scabbard and the blade would be nice.

    What is the plan for it? Are you selling or keeping,

    thankyou matty

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    Photos coming up. depending on its value (i.e. if the value is low I keep it) it's for sale. Obviously it would be prudent of me to fully investigate the significance of the number on the blade first.

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    Quote by Rayson View Post

    Would a sympathetic restoration be a viable project?
    Hello and welcome to the forum!
    A light cleaning would not hurt at all. Even if it is only with a dry soft cloth.
    Looking forward to more photos.
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