An Early Model 1933 NSKK Dagger (Nationalsozialistisches Kraftfahrkorps Dienstdolch) by Carl Schmidt Solingen. The blade on this one has some water stain. The crossgrain is stunning against the light, smudges and scuffs, the fit is nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point. The acid etched "Alles fur Deutschland" motto and maker mark are both beautifully executed! The blade rates Exc. The period black repainted scabbard looks great remaining completely dent free! About 60% of the repaint remain exposing the brown anodized finish. It has just a bit of surface spotting wear, more so to the reverse from period wear. The solid nickel scabbard fittings are in great shape showing period wear. The ball remains in perfect shape and all four screws remaining intact! The scabbard / crossguard fit is perfect and closes with a snap! The solid nickel crossguards are also in great condition and match the scabbard fittings in color and wear. The reverse of the lower crossguard is Gau stamped "S". The grip / crossguard fits are near perfect! The multi-toned hardwood grip looks good! It has a few wee flakes but no cracks or splits! Just the common pressure marks. The solid nickel eagle retains beautiful details and has a perfect fit. The SA roundel also has a perfect fit and retains 100% of its enamel. Overall this is a nice solid example that will surely look great in your collection!
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