NSKK Dagger [Early Version] by Malsch & Ambronn, Steinbach

Malsch & Ambronn, Steinbach

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Malsch & Ambronn, Steinbach


1933-1935 [Early Version]


Alles für Deutschland Everything f. Germany




372 mm


463 g (with Hanger)


short leather hanger




Mi - Mitte (Mittelelbe)

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NSKK Dagger [Early Version] by Malsch & Ambronn, Steinbach

This NSKK [Nationalsozialistische Kraftfahrkorps] Dagger in EXC condition. Model 1933. The total length is 37.2 cm. Early Nickel fittings, lower guard with "Mi" stamp. The Dagger has the maker mark on the blade: Malsch & Ambronn in Solingen.

Grip: The mounts on this example are all solid nickel. The lower crossguard is Gruppe marked, Mi - Mitte (Middle). This grip is of medium contour construction and is in perfect condition exactly meeting the crossguards. The SA runes button has good enamel and is perfectly placed. This eagle is in fine condition throughout having full details to its head, eye, breast and wing feathering, talons, wreath and mobile swastika. The eagle was times taken out.

Blade: The blade of this piece is good bright showing some age. This blade is in EXC ++ condition. The obverse has a very fine deeply etched SA motto with the darkening in the backgrounds of the letters. Typical writing of the mottos of this manufacturer. This motto is different from other SA dagger manufacturers. The reverse ricasso is matching etched with the trademark of this company consisting of an arch shape containing the figure of a man working a water pump. Above the figure, below the arch line, is the firm’s name, “Malsch & Ambronn” and below the small city from which this company did business, “Steinbach”. The blade shoulders perfectly meet the lower crossguard contour.

Scabbard: The scabbard shell is straight throughout. This shell appears to have a painted surface. This painted surface shows some carrying signs throughout both sides which are spread evenly on the surfaces. The original nickel screws are all in place. There is a short hanger attached to the carrying ring. This hanger appears original to the piece. The leather, although still very sound has some scuffs and usage marks on the surfaces. The early hardware is the nickel type having a conventional shape unmarked snap clip.

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