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Nice textbook 807/36. Blade is an excellent example, motto and maker mark markings shows lots of original matte black burnish and good definition. Excellent crossgrain remains. No age, no pitting no fingerprints. This blade is a screamer!! Mint- I was laughing when I picked this up telling my son that I hate to sell blades like this as people begin to think I can find them easy and it just hardly ever happens! Blades like this rarely ever come up. These 807/36 series SS daggers are the same as early maker marked examples in all aspects except that they are marked RZM. This one issued in 1936 displays all the characteristics of early maker marked pieces. Blade practically grows out of the crossguard!! The fittings are all nickel and well fit. The handle fits up to the guards perfectly. All the angles are correct. The grip is a nice died hardwood variety remaining chip-free with just a wee hairline running north of the roundel. The eagle is a correct nickel version and the runes have 99% of enamel. The scabbard is post-war repainted and lacquered. The fittings show light period wear and the ball has a tiny “kiss” to the very bottom, you will have to go looking to find. The screws are all intact. The scabbard fits the blade and lower crossguard like a glove. It fits perfectly with a nice snap. Guys search all day trying to find daggers like this!
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