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SS E.P.&S. Help me

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    Hey. Please help me determine if this is the original SS dagger.
    To me, the interesting hanger of the vehicle. What is this number?
    How much it could cost all together?
    I will be very grateful for any thoughts.
    With great respect Zenoviy.
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    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    It is original. Looks fine to me. Pity that the blade is not too good.

    Have a look at dealer sites to get an idea on price.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    its fine.

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    Almost wanna say a ground rohm but both sides of the blade have the same wear it seems, did someone try to clean it with steel wool? Good lord.

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    so really, its brushed metal one washcloth.
    As to that hanging? And prices. I do not understand too. Please tell me or give a link to it. Opinions are welcome
    Very grateful for answers.

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    Hi Zews..the hanger is correct and the snap clip is a replacement clip done during the period. You have or are about to have a very nice Rohm Dedication pattern dagger. Great condition!! Here are a couple of links to compare what pricing may be. Lakesidetrader | German WWII Daggers & Medals and Wittmann Antique Militaria Good hunting! Best Regards Larry
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    IMHO the clip is fine.

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    Lar, JR here. With this Pack 33 SS, the dagger won't be a Ground Rohm, because Pack only made SA Rohm daggers and was not a maker in the SS category as far as these Honor Daggers go. At least I've never seen an SS E. Pack yet, but there is always a chance. )

    Additionally, thank you for the invitation to this neat forum and website.

    JR

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    Hi JR...Glad you stopped by..and please enjoy your stay with us.......Thankyou for the correction on the EP&S dagger......I need to check into my own threads sometimes. You`re right EP&S only made Rohm dedications for SA daggers.
    At a quick glance I saw the condition of the reverse side of the blade..being very scratched..and saw a few age spots the nearly resembled remnants of an inscription....which knowing that EP&S made these for SAs. Thank you for picking up the ball Best Regards Larry
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    Quote by JRMeda View Post
    Lar, JR here. With this Pack 33 SS, the dagger won't be a Ground Rohm, because Pack only made SA Rohm daggers and was not a maker in the SS category as far as these Honor Daggers go. At least I've never seen an SS E. Pack yet, but there is always a chance. )

    Additionally, thank you for the invitation to this neat forum and website.

    JR
    Welcome to the forum JR!
    Hope you enjoy your stay. Your knowledge in this field will be very helpful here.
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