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SS dagger RZM M7/36 real or replica?

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    I think this one Definitely needs to go in "the worst" thread, Larry...
    William

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    Hi Cody ..not to my knowledge and none has surfaced as of recent. Every other RZM number close to this Horster number comes close..but none as an M7/36.

    The codes stop at RZM7/14 and then pick up again at RZM7/37........nothing appears on the Transitional SS number list.
    Fakers and scammers like using affluent RZM numbering known to many people.....IMO is the reason why we see so many of the same numbering on junk daggers

    Good eyes Cody

    Edit..so there is no misunderstanding..that this post refers to SS makers only!
    Last edited by Larry C; 08-15-2013 at 12:20 PM.
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    LOL Yes William Definitely and worthy of also the " Near Perfect Edged Weapon Reproductions " thread

    Already moved to both!!
    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

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Of course this is a fake, no doubt.
    But i do not agree with you Larry about the thing that they dont exsist.

    M7/36 is a known SA dagger to Wittmann, he has up for sale at the moment.

    32903 Late SA Dagger, RZM M7/36 by E. & F. Hörster - $595.00
    Its a bad quality late war piece, but it sure looks good to me.

    Cheers,
    Ger
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    Saw a few of them on the internet before, so i had a little advantage over you Larry in this case
    Most of them are in bad condition but not all.
    Here a very nice one, they all have the dark brown scabbard":
    D-812. WW2 German SA dagger by RZM M7/36. Very good overall condition, nice handle, good clean blade with some minor spotting and in-and-out marks, and very nice scabbard............$750.
    Ger
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    Quote by gerrit View Post
    Of course this is a fake, no doubt.
    But i do not agree with you Larry about the thing that they dont exsist.

    M7/36 is a known SA dagger to Wittmann, he has up for sale at the moment.

    32903 Late SA Dagger, RZM M7/36 by E. & F. Hörster - $595.00
    Its a bad quality late war piece, but it sure looks good to me.

    Cheers,
    Ger
    I asked Larry a question, which was,
    "Larry, was M7/36 rzm code even used for the ss dagger? Thanks."
    Note I said the SS Dagger. I also said in my prior post that this Rzm code,M7/36, DID exist for the SA dagger.
    I'd be quite shocked if Larry didn't know this, and I have a SA dagger marked with the M7/36 code, so I know, too.
    This is a prime example why it is so important to always read every post. Larry also stated that he was referring to the ss daggers. So no advantage as I'm sure he already knew this.

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    Glad you pointed that out I misread that
    lets call it a miss communication between my left and right brainside, or just age....

    Ger

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    Not a problem, just didn't want Larry's reputation to suffer on account of a question I had asked him.

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    Quote by youthcollector1 View Post
    Not a problem, just didn't want Larry's reputation to suffer on account of a question I asked him.
    Well that isnt that easy LOL, his knownledge is undisputable, but we all learn everyday, so its also possible to make mistakes.
    What makes this a great forum is the willingness to share knowledge and Larry is role model here
    To disagree with someone doesnt mean your disrespect him, or even damage a reputation, if we cant disagree on things a forum has no use.
    and btw Larry know that im fond of him
    Ger


    Ger

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    I do agree, however, said marker producing the SA dagger is common knowledge, even for a novice collector. And if you would've read the prior post, you'd known we had already stated that this marker did indeed produced the SA dagger and instead I was inquiring whether said marker ever produce the ss dagger. As I said, it is great to share knowledge and to correct other members when they're wrong, which should be always welcomed, too, but when correcting a member when they weren't wrong, it should also be brought to attention that the member wasn't wrong in the first place.

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