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SS dagger, opinions needed

Article about: The motto itself put the last nail in the coffin..as I know more photos would be impossible at this point. Just out of curiosity..I still would of liked to see a producers logo. The tang for

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    But if it's a "put together" then it is possible it has the wrong scabbard

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    Another reason why I want to see it assembled
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    Quote by John Brandon View Post
    But if it's a "put together" then it is possible it has the wrong scabbard
    If the dagger had plated fittings then there would be a higher chance but not nickel fittings.
    There is such thing as a very early 36' chained officer dagger completely in nickel, they are rare and it would take a very foolish person to split them.

    My view is, its a put together dagger and/with scabbard. I would be very interested to know what number is stamped on the lower cross guard.

    matty

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    If you look at picture 4 posted by the OP, there is corrosion apparent inside the lower crossguard. It looks like this fitting is nickel plated and NOT nickel as first thought.
    A plated fitting wouldnt have a stamped numeral anyway so that questions answered.
    The top corners of the top crossguard are worn, so its a plated top fitting too.

    I think there is a chance this is a 33 scabbard, but I cannot tell from the picture.

    Maybe a 36 unmarked dagger in a 33 scabbard but very interesting they fit.

    A unmarked 1936 dagger im pretty sure did not exist as they were all RZM marked (except the chained version)
    Unless this was almost correct 'put together' for bring back ?

    best matty

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    Not really worth commenting on, until we can see the whole thing....
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    Hello Gentlemen
    thanks
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    blades a replica

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    Shame. Walk away....
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    Looks like a postwar assembled mish-mash of old and new parts....Good only for display at arm's length. Sorry.
    William

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    A real shame as Ade said......Oh well

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