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Original WWII SA Dagger RZM M7/42 Marked by WKC Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran Certified

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Original WWII SA Dagger RZM M7/42 Marked by WKC Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran Certified.This Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co SA Dagger is a wonderful clean example. The crossguards are nickel and in great condition. The surfaces are smooth with good crisp edges and precise accent grooves. The tang nut matches nicely and does not appear to have been removed or opened. The grip is a fine fruit wood, medium brown in color and with a subtle vertical grain. The SA runes button is perfectly placed and the enamel is in good shape. The nickel grip eagle is clean and crisp. The bird retains full detail through the breast and wing feathering, talons and wreathed immobile swastika. The grip fits the guards like a glove and is in perfect condition. The scabbard is straight throughout. It has a nearly perfect deep brown paint. The scabbard mounts are in excellent condition and all of the screws are in place. The blade of this dagger is fantastic, bright and having much of the original grain. There are some in and out marks but it still rates in good condition may have been slightly sharpened. The motto is deep and crisp, with a fine frosted background typical of WKC. The ricasso has the RZM circle and M7/42 maker marking. The blade shoulders perfectly meet the crossguard contour.M7/42 is the code for the firm Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co and has been manufacturing military swords and cutlery in Solingen, Germany- a city famous since the middle ages for its metal-working and craftsmanship in sword making. The traditional manufacturing of swords at WKC dates back to the year 1774 when the Weyersberg first registered the ”Kings head” as their trademark. Later in 1883 the company merged with the Kirschbaums and the company WKC was formed. Overall an excellent clean honest U.S. Veteran bring-back SA Dagger. U.S. Veteran bring-back condition. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided. Rare 100% Guaranteed to be authentic.  Sold for historic purposes only. See our other pieces on our web site.  Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. Do Not Miss This One!