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welcome to the forum!
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.
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)
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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.