A Very Rare - Model 1933 Sturmabteilung Dienstdolch by Eugen Haering of Solingen. This one rates 9 out of 10 on McSaars SA rarity rating. The blade on this one is a looks excellent! The acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “Eugen Haering Solingen” maker mark are both dark, crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain is wonderful and easily visible as you shine it in the light. The fit is nice and tight and the tip comes to a sharp point. The blade rates an Exc++/NM. It shows the typical spotting and surface scratches throughout. The tip also veers off to one side making it 1mm short. The steel based brown anodized scabbard looks excellent! It shows minor oxidization spotting throughout. It remains dent free and continues to hold 35% of its original factory lacquered finish. The solid nickel silver scabbard fittings have nicely patinaed. The ball has a bump and split. All four screws remain intact. The scabbard / crossguard fit is perfect and closes with a snap! The reverse of the lower crossguard is Gau stamped “Wf” (Westfalen). The brown hardwood grip looks good. There are two chips, one to each side. The solid nickel eagle is beautifully detailed and has a perfect fit. The SA roundel also has a perfect fit and retains 99%+ of its enamel. A solid example by a rare maker.
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