Here we have a beauty postal dagger! The blade on this one is stunning! The blade has been cleaned and there's still good crossgrain. The fit is nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! The dark acid etched "Paul Weyersberg & Co. Solingen" maker mark is beautifully executed! The blade rates a solid Exc++/NM! The black enamel painted scabbard looks great! It retains 70% paint coverage and remains completely dent-free! The nickel plated fittings are in great shape. They have surface scratches throughout yet retain 99% of its factory plating. To the reverse of the top scabbard fitting it has some scratch marks. All of the fittings remain tightly secured with all five screws intact. The solid nickel chain remains in excellent condition! It has 10 ringlets to the top and 13 to the bottom, terminating at a repaired "DRGM" marked clip. I looked at it and it's all intact but I do not want to mess with it. These clips are notorious for breaking. The hilt is in excellent condition, with beautiful details! The crossguard and pommel are nickel plated and match the scabbard fittings in color and wear. The black enameled swastika's remain in perfect condition! The grip on this one remains in excellent shape remaining chip and crack-free. the unique postal insignia is properly pinned proud of the surface, as it should be. The crossguard is correctly stamped under the quillions with the issue number "1597" and "DRP". Honestly, this is an excellent piece and better than most we come across! Add it to your collection today!
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