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Two SS dagger's

Article about: Thought i would put these on for you to have a look guy's one has had a bit of a hard life (no maker mark) and the other is in great condition (Gotttlieb hammersfahr)please enjoy cheer's Ron

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    Thought i would put these on for you to have a look guy's one has had a bit of a hard life (no maker mark) and the other is in great condition (Gotttlieb hammersfahr)please enjoy
    cheer's Ronnie
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    For a moment there I thought you had been out today and found 2 new beauties..... hahaha
    Nice Daggers Ron

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    Hi Ronnie, they one devoid of any mark, could we see the back of the blade please?

    Unmarked SS dagger blades are usually Ground Rohm's or blades found in 36 pattern daggers.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Ade its pretty poor but i will post it in a mo
    cheers Ronnie

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    Thanks Ronnie, I am just intrigued by it being unmarked.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    you have got me intrigued now the were also chained dagger's wern't they Ade

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    it's pretty smooth Ade, what you think?
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    Hi Ronnie, I think someone has just over buffed the blade to take away the damage. I think there could be the trace of makers mark left if you look in the usual place.

    Only the '36 pattern chained dagger had an unmarked blade to the best of my knowledge.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Is this quote helpful re: maker mark?
    The mid period (1936-1937)
    The SS service dagger had nickel-silver or nickel plated cross guards.
    The grip eagle was made of nickel-silver or aluminium.
    Blade was maker marked or maker marked together with RZM code. (Transitional)
    Other blades were totally unmarked.
    Scabbard was anodized or painted and scabbard fittings were nickel silver or nickel plated.
    Dan

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    Just realised what i put there Ade to your question 36 pattern ( chained dagger )

    Dan i can remember telling you that hmmmm who's book have you borrowed

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