Need some help with SS dagger

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Need some help with SS dagger

Post by happychicken » 09 Aug 2021 12:03

Hi there I am sure you are all sick of these questions. I am looking at buying this dagger but the only thing that worries me is I could not find any of these chained SS dagger that have a RZM blade and this one has a RZM 1053/39 is this normal ? And any others broblems with this dagger it’s coming from a dealer I know just would like a bit more help thank you :)
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Re: Need some help with SS dagger

Post by Hans1906 » 09 Aug 2021 14:25


welcome to the forum! :welcome:

In many, not only German-speaking collector forums on the Internet, it is not welcome to post photos from a dealer's site.

Would you please name the source for your photos, that would help all readers interested in your topic.

No offense meant. :wink:


P.S. I bought my very first SA dagger decades ago, my german friend Axel was asking 30,- german Mark for the dagger of his grandfather.
I paid 25,- german Mark cash, a lot of money back then , Axel needed the money, my mother gave it to me, she liked, what I started to collect.
(250! balls of very nice german icecream back then) :lol:
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Re: Need some help with SS dagger

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 09 Aug 2021 21:41 ... %20daggers. scroll down the page till you see this mark

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Re: Need some help with SS dagger

Post by von thoma » 14 Aug 2021 03:21

In the case above, it is very possible that it is made of different parts, the blade and motto in very good condition,
the grip does not seem to fit well in the crossguard, and those welds indicate a links changes, of all, or a part of the chain.

This is not the case, but you had to be careful with these 1936 chained SS daggers, because there are very good copies.
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