A Model 1933 Sturmabteilung Dienstdolch by RZM M7/66 1941 (Carl Eickhorn of Solingen). The blade on this one has has some enthusiastic polishing and as a result is mirror bright. The frosted etch appears to have been darkened, maybe someone tried to darken it. There is some age grey. The tip comes to a perfect point and the fit is nice and tight! The scabbard is steel based and brown painted. It shows minor spidering and a few scratches. It continues to remain completely dent free and retains 98%+ paint coverage! The steel based, nickel-silver plated scabbard fittings are in excellent condition, retaining 99%+ plating coverage. The ball is perfect. All four screws are tightly secured! The scabbard / crossguard fit is near perfect. The crossguards are zinc based and nickel-silver plated. They show some age bubbling, the worse being to the top. The chip and crack-free brown hardwood grip looks good. The solid nickle eagle is nicely detailed. The SA roundel is retains 99%+ of its enamel and has a perfect fit! A nice example.
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