SA Dagger [Early Version] - Röttgen Ernst, Solingen

Röttgen Ernst, Solingen

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Röttgen Ernst, Solingen


1933-1935 [Early Version]


Alles für Deutschland – (Everything for Germany)


372 mm


478 g


Brown Leather-Hanger


excellent plus plus

Question to product? Product number 901-ZWEI

SA Dagger [Early Version] - Röttgen Ernst, Solingen

This Rottgen SA Dagger is a nice example remaining in completely condition. The solid nickel crossguards are in excellent condition throughout having fine age toning and signs of greenish residue on the left reverse crossguard quillon. These mounts are smooth with crisp edges and very fine hand cut accent grooves. The grip appears to be of walnut being a very hard wood. This grip has extremely crisp high ridge construction and feels great when in the hand. The grip has fine graining which runs lengthwise. It is in perfect condition throughout and fits the crossguards like a rubber glove. The SA runes button is perfectly set and has good enamel. The matching toned nickel grip eagle is the style with beak which points upwards slightly. This bird retains full details to his head, breast and wing feathering, talons, wreath and mobile swastika. The reverse crossguard is Gruppe marked, P. A very fine hilt here. Instead of a short hanger being in place the original grip retainer loop and belt loop are attached to the hanger ring and apparently were used to carry the dagger. The leather to both of these pieces is in excellent condition. A nice leather accoutrement here. The blade is in bright condition being totally untouched but still reflecting all of the crossgraining and minor in and out wear. This blade grades in near full mint condition. The SA motto is extremely dark in the backgrounds typical of this producer. The reverse ricasso has the interesting etch trademark of this producer. The blade shoulders perfectly meet the lower crossguard. A very nice out of the woodwork.

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