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SS 1933 pattern dagger: good?

Article about: Congratulations Marc! A VERY nice example to start your dagger collection. Ralph.

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    Hi guys,

    I have wanted such a dagger for a long time, but have little or no knowledge, as to which details is very important :-(
    I have been offered this one. Could you from this far from perfect pics give me a clue to authenticity ??
    Yours sincerely
    Marc


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    Hi guys,

    I would very much appreciate any input, that you could and would provide, before I make a move on this dagger :-)
    To me it looks ok, stamps, patina etc . But …

    Mfg
    Marc

    Ps I am not one of the unserious types, that do not value your expertise ! This is just not my department :-) I just want this one piece for my collection ;-)
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    Looks fine to me. An honest RZM Gustav C. Spitzer with the usual lifting of the plating on the crossguard.
    William

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    Thanks a lot .

    I will see if I can work the price a little :-)

    Mfg
    Marc
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    Hi Marc...Nice dagger in decent condition..the vertical hanger is a plus. I like the added SS contract code beneath the RZM number. Nice find. Best to you and wishful for your acquisition of this dagger. Regards Larry
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    Thanks a lot Larry. I'll see what I can do (and what the wife says ;-)))

    Mfg
    Marc
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    The money is the easy part
    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

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    YES, I got it !!! I am picking it up to night !

    It was a private seller, and a bunch of interested buyers, so I had to act fast !
    And surprisingly absolutely no problem on the wife front !!! ( wonder what she is up to);-)

    Thanks for your help guys, it's a dream finally come trough :-)
    I will post some more and better pics, when I have it in hand :-)

    Mfg
    Marc
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    Hi Marc,

    Strange thing is the fact that it has a Vertical hanger and a normal hanger.
    Then there is the fact that the hanger attachment ring is on the left, it should be on the right side of the dagger.
    proper way should be: remove the little clip hanger from the scabbard ring, then release the top strap of the vertical hanger and turn the scabbard 180 degrees to the right.
    I hope the scabbard to troath fit is as good with the dagger the right way placed.
    like the pic below.
    i would love to see the pics when you picked it up!

    Cheers,
    Ger
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    Thanks a lot Ger,

    I just picked it up, and I just love it :-) I could not work the price, but happy anyway ;-)))
    I have corrected the vertical hanger, as you suggested, even though I think it has been placed this way ( wrong way) for a VERY long time, probably allways ! I think I will keep both hangers attached, so the small one don´t get lost :-)
    The dagger fits equally good both ways in the scabbard !
    I will take some photos and post asap.

    Thans every one for your input, I really appriciate it .

    MFG
    Marc

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