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My RZM untouched SS dagger

Article about: Since we've had a fair few bad SS's on the forum just lately just to balance the books ive added my untouched RZM SS dagger which is of an unknown maker 1196/38SS. I bought this nearly direc

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    Default My RZM untouched SS dagger

    Since we've had a fair few bad SS's on the forum just lately just to balance the books ive added my untouched RZM SS dagger which is of an unknown maker 1196/38SS.

    I bought this nearly directly from a Scottish family of a veteran who brought this home after the war. This was on offer along with several other badges, buckles, and collar tabs. I think in hindsight I should have bought it all to keep it as a grouping, but I didn't - something maybe im regretting more now.

    It suffers the usually plating loss as seen on RZM pieces, but luckily it hasn't been cleaned or taken down - yep that tangnuts frozen!

    Have a butchers gents, and let me here your views.


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    Hi Mattty quite lovely from what i can see..but the photos dont enlarge. The RZM number font type is correct for this Producer. The dagger looks great from what I can see. Nice Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    Thanks Larry, will try again!

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    very nice Mattty.

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    Beautiful late ss dagger. Well done

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    I like it.no super perfect mint later war avg bring back condition. Someday...someday there will be on in my vault
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