An Early Model 1933 Sturmabteilung Dienstdolch by Albert Dörschel of Solingen. The blade on this one looks good. The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Albert Dörschel Solingen” maker mark are both dark, crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain is visible as you shine it in the light. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a sharp point. This blade rates a Exc++. It shows spotting, age grey and surface scratches throughout. The steel based brown anodized scabbard looks good. There is a dent to the reverse. The solid nickel scabbard fittings look excellent. The ball has a bump to the bottom. All four scabbard screws remain tightly intact. The reverse of the lower crossguard is marked “Ho” – Hochland, and is to the far right as always. The brown hardwood grip is in excellent shape. It has a perfect fit to the crossguards. It shows minor pressure marks throughout and some flakes to the obverse top that has chipped. The solid nickel eagle retains beautiful details and has a perfect fit. The SA roundel has a perfect fit and retains 99%+ of its enamel. A fine example!
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