A Model 1939 Postschutz Führerdolch by Paul Weyersberg & Co. of Solingen. The blade on this one looks excellent! The acid etched oval “Paul Weyersberg & Co. Solingen” wreathed broad sword manufacturers marking is beautifully executed. The crossgrain shines beautifully in the light. The tip comes to a perfect point and the fit is nice and tight. The blade rates an easy Exc++/NM. The black leather buffer pad remains intact. The steel based, black enamel painted scabbard is beautiful. The scabbard body retains 99% of its paint coverage with just the odd hit from the chain. The three plated scabbard fittings remain nice and bright. Typical surface scratches yet no plating loss. They are all tightly secured with five scabbard screws. The nickel-silver chain is complete ending at a plated zinc “DRGM” marked clip that remains in well working condition. 9 times out of 10 these clips are busted, but not this one. The crossguard and pommel are solid nickel silver and plated. The two enameled swastikas are in perfect condition. The bottom of the crossguard is stamped “DRP” (Deutsches Reichpost) and numbered “1662”. Not necessary but desirable. The grip is boiled and died hardwood. It has the common pressure marks along with one ¼ inch squared chip/flake to the lower reverse. It may have been glued back in place. Truly this grip is in wonderful condition as most are very bad. It has the properly pin on DRP eagle emblem to the front and center. Measures approximately 15 ½ inches long. This piece has the condition and all of the desirable features you want to see on these. A beautiful dagger!
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