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SS Dager RZM M7/13 534/40

Article about: Hello gentlemen, I would like your opinion about this SS dagger RZM M7/13 534/40. After reaching the internet there is not so much about this maker, not even in the book of Ralf Siegert. So

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    Hello gentlemen,

    I would like your opinion about this SS dagger RZM M7/13 534/40.

    After reaching the internet there is not so much about this maker, not even in the book of Ralf Siegert.

    So I hope you can give me more details about this dagger.

    Regards,

    Twan.

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    Default SS Dagger RZM M7/13 534/40

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    Looks like a very nice and very good conditioned SS dagger made by Arthür Schüttelhöfer.
    The quality is extremely nice for a late RZM SS dagger.
    To bad of the rather big piece of grip that's missing on the top. Looks like the grip has a bit flaking as well on the back.
    Anyway, this dagger is still in very nice collectible condition.

    You can fix the screws a bit until they are close to the scabbard fittings.
    Be very careful and slow if you do so with a correct fitting screwdriver because the screws are very soft and you will damage them instantly.

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    I got a couple more here. There are even more if anyone is interested.
    The dagger is indeed in very nice condition for a late dagger. The grip fits very nice, which appears to be more often with this maker. I am also interested in buying this one....

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    Is it the same dagger as the one that started this topic?

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    ofc!!

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    There is one more piece of wood gone at the side of the grip, very small but still there. I do not have a solid pic of this.
    My main concern is the scabbard, it looks repainted IMO. This would explain the lose screws.
    What do you think?

    Regards, job

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    I think this is the original paint.
    It is consistent with the rest of the dagger.

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    I'm seeing a repaint.. Because of the covered over ding marks in scabbard.
    I see an explosion star type image inside one of the dings ..but photos are limited but appears to have that peppered after spray look in the scabbard. I admit I could be wrong but that's what it appears to me.

    Overall the dagger is a,rarity for it being a late production example. I like it

    Regards Larry
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    I like the dagger so far, the scabbard for sure had a repaint, other then that its anice one!

    Best,
    Ger

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