Unissued NSKK Dagger [Late Version] with Grip Tag by RZM M7/1

Christianswerk, Solingen

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Christianswerk, Solingen


1939-1942 [Late Version]


Alles für Deutschland (Everything for Germany)




370 mm


388 g


Near Mint

Question to product? Product number 1988-ZWEI23821

Unissued NSKK Dagger [Late Version] with Grip Tag by RZM M7/1

This NSKK [National Socialist Motor Corps] Dagger in NEAR MINT condition. Model 1939-1942. The total length is 37.0 cm. The Dagger has the RZM Code on the blade: RZM M7/1.

Grip: This tagged NSKK Dagger is quite a beauty. The grip is a fine medium contour constructed RZM type. The grip is a fine RZM type having a lighter colored fruitwood having a subtle grain which runs lengthwise. The grip is absolutely perfect throughout and fits the crossguards like a glove. The SA runes button is perfectly placed and has outstanding enameled surfaces. Attached to the grip is the original issue tag. The obverse of the tag is printed in black with the NSKK Eagle and below «Reichszeugmeisterei der NSDAP». Next to this are the lines which have a rubber code stamping rendered «M7/1». The reverse of the tag has the run number for the dagger, «No. 200485». This tag is in excellent condition.

Blade: The blade of this example is in perfect mint condition having 100% of the crossgraining. There are the normal runner marks only but the rest is perfect. The SA motto is nice and crisp with 100% of the dark backgrounding in all of the letters. The reverse of the blade is matching etched on the ricasso with a double RZM circle with shading in the center. It is positioned above the code for the Gebr. Christians Solingen maker, «M7/11». The blade shoulders perfectly meet the lower crossguard contour.

Scabbard: The scabbard shell is straight throughout. This shell has a fine black coat of paint. The paint is still 95% and still has its fine factory newness to the color. The scabbard mounts are the nickel-plated steel variety. They are in completely mint perfect condition. The mounts are retained by unturned screws which still retain their nickel plating.

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