A Model 1934 - Sturmabteilung Ehrendolch mit Widmung by Carl Eickhorn of Solingen. Ernst Röhm Honor daggers were granted to members of the SS/SA who either had uninterrupted service since December 31st 1931 or those who transferred from the Hitler Youth prior to December 31st 1931. After the Night of the Long Knives, Ernst Röhm was declared a “traitor” and removal of the inscription was mandated. To have the full inscription was against command, which makes this dagger a rare and desirable piece in the collecting community… The blade on this one looks great! The entire “In herzlicher kameradschaft Ernst Röhm” motto is completely intact and is positioned exactly where it should be. The “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Carl Eickhorn Solingen” maker mark are also beautifully executed! The crossgrain shines quite nicely in the light and can be seen the full length of the blade. The fit and tip are both perfect as well! The blade rates Exc++. It shows scratches throughout along with minor age grey and spotting throughout. The steel based, brown anodized scabbard is wonderful! It retains 90%+ of its original factory lacquer! A rare treat! The solid nickel scabbard fittings look wonderful! The ball is has two bruises to the bottom and all four screws remain intact. The solid nickel scabbard fittings look wonderful as well. The reverse of the lower crossguard is stamped “Ns” (Niedersachsen). The brown grained hardwood grip is in excllent shape! It has the odd pressure mark and the beginning of a flake to the reverse left bottom. No cracks, chips or splits. The solid nickel eagle has excellent detail and a perfect fit. The SA roundel retains 99% of its enamel and also has a perfect fit. A great opportunity to own a full Röhm!
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