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    Thanks in advance
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    An original 1933 pattern dagger.

    The blade condition and lack of scabbard is a pity.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hi all...in the first pic on the right i see a not good fit between the grip and the upper crossguard...may be only normal shrinkage? thanks all

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    Hi Luca... Yes these grips do shrink. Dagger has been opened at one point and someone had go at the left wing tip of the grip eagle. I also agree with Ade..the blade is badly worn down from over cleaning and buffing. Pitting is very visible. Just an observation only :......the guards appear to be alluminum..which are not seen on SS daggers but on rare occasions seen on SA daggers..Im not going to say its impossible..but I am very cautious about it , which may explain the grip to upper crossguard fit. I would want a complete and better conditioned dagger..as I like to have wheels on my car. Regards Larry
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    Guys, any idea of value in such terrible condition?

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