Original German NSKK Dagger Brought Home By A WWII U.S. Veteran Certified. Formed from the short lived NSAK which was subordinate to the SA, the NSKK adopted the SA dagger in 1933 shortly after it’s introduction. In May 1936 Korpsführer Adolf Hühnlein decreed the NSKK dagger scabbards were to be finished in black to differentiate them from the SA dagger scabbards. Double edged, nickel/silver plated blade with a low central ridge. Blade is in overall excellent condition with original cross-graining still visible. Shows the normal scabbard runner marks and typical age. Obverse of blade features well defined acid etched Fraktur script motto, “Alles Für Deutschland”, (All for Germany). Nice maker marked Friedrich Herder Abr Sohn (Constantwerk), Solingen-Ohligs. Blade has nice snug fit to bottom edge of cross guard. Solid nickel/silver cross guard, pommel and tang nut. Nice reddish brown hardwood grip with nice snug fit, to top and bottom fittings. Nickle/silver national eagle and nickel/silver and enameled SA button nicely inset to grip. Black enameled sheet metal scabbard with top, bottom and central nickel/silver plated sheet metal fittings. Scabbard retains about 85% of its original black. Bottom fitting with ball tip and upward pointing scalloped raised lip top edge. Central fitting with raised scalloped lip to top and bottom edges. Top fitting with raised lip exaggerated scalloped bottom edge. Top and bottom fittings with dual dome headed retaining screws and single retaining screw to central fitting. It has the original leather dagger belt hanger. Overall a nice scarce Nazi dagger. Fresh “out of the woods” Nice used example showing the expected but minimal age and wear. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic Brought home by a U.S .Veteran as a trophy of war. A very impressive dagger in excellent condition. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. The Gettysburg Museum of History does not support or condone Adolf Hitler or the Nazi Party and is only offering this as a historic relic. Please see our other items. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.