A Model 1934 - Sturmabteilung Ehrendolch mit Widmung by E. P. & S. (Pack) of Solingen. Ernst Rohm Honour Daggers were granted to members of the SS and SA who either had interrupted service since December 31st 1931 or those who transferred from the Hitler Youth prior to that time. After the Night of the Long Knives, Röhm was declared a “traitor” and removal of the inscription was mandated. Here's an interesting example. The bright blade on this one has been cleaned and still have nice grain. It is an obvious factory ground Rohm, with all the inscription removed and part, (90%) of the maker mark as well. The blade rates an Exc++! No excuses to make here. The distinctive Pack brown anodized scabbard is lightly worn, the worse being to the reverse. The solid nickel fittings are worn but still look great. All of the screws remain intact. The ball is bent to the back but displays nice from the obverse. The scabbard / crossguard fit is nice and the patina matches perfectly. Peek and you will see matching serial#'s. This may be researchable but I do know that SA records are sketchy. The solid nickel crossguards look good. The reverse of the lower fitting is stamped "Nm"(Nordmark). Now Nordmark was know to have often enforced the serializing of their SA daggers on issue. The light blonde hardwood grip is near perfectly fit! There are no flakes, splits or chips. The grip / crossguard fit is absolutely perfect, can't say I've seen better! There are two hairlines to the lower obverse. Never been apart that I can see. The beautifully detailed solid nickel eagle has a perfect fit and is lightly worn. The roundel also has a perfect fit and retains 100% of its enamel. finally finishing this is an original 3 piece hanger system, this has wear minor surface cracks and such but very usable. Overall a beautiful body with a bright blade!
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