McSarr rates this maker 10 out of 10 for rarity! The blade on this one looks good, It shows some cleaning but retains it's full length. The acid etched "Alles für Deutschland" motto is lightened somewhat more than the maker mark due to someone being a bit too enthusiastic with the semi-chrome! Some crossgrain remains. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! The steel based, brown anodized scabbard looks good! It only shows light evidence of period wear with 90% of the anodized finish remaining and likely 75% of the lacquer. There is one wear area to the reverse exactly where it would have rubbed on marches. The solid nickel scabbard fittings are nicely patinaed matching the crossguards in color and wear. The ball is perfect. All four screws remain tightly intact. The scabbard / crossguard fit is perfect and closes with a snap! The reverse of the lower crossguard is marked "P". The brown hardwood grip looks great being crack and chip-free, just the common pressure marks throughout. The solid nickel eagle retains beautiful details and has a perfect fit. The SA roundel has a perfect fit and retains 100% of its enamel. A great early SA dagger that is rarely encountered.
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