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Purchase: SS Enlisted Man's Dagger [Late Model] with Issue Tag - RZM M7/37

Klaas Robert, Solingen

Unissued, Tagged SS [Schutzstaffel] Dagger RZM M 7/37 1939 – Robert Klaas in late model. Attached to the grip is the original issue tag. The obverse of the tag is printed in black with the SS runes and below “Dienstdolch vom Reichsführer SS befohlene Ausführung”.


Grip: The grip is a fine untouched piece with no repairs. It is in near perfect condition, having only a tiny mark (not a chip). It is a fine Smooth Contour example, showing some graining in the center area, particularly on the obverse facing. The grip nicely fits the guards. The SS runes button is a convex style. The enamel is still in good condition throughout and features a fine set of silvered SS runes and a matching silver border line. The grip eagle is the early “High Necked” variety. Attached to the grip is the original issue tag. The obverse of the tag is printed in black with the SS runes and below “Dienstdolch vom Reichsführer SS befohlene Ausführung”. Next to this are the lines which do not have a rubber code stamping rendered. The reverse of the tag has a black printed RZM shaded circle over the full organization name for the RZM “Reichszeugmeisterei der NSDAP”. Beneath this is the run number for the dagger, “A No 008677”. This tag is in excellent condition showing no tearing or soft spots. The rivet is firmly in place and has never been taken off.

Blade: The blade of this example is really nice. This blade has fine, bright, surfaces throughout the obverse, with needle-like tip. The crossgraining can be seen. This blade appears in mint condition. The SS motto etch is deep, and crisp, having 100% of the darkening in the backgrounds of the letters. The reverse blade is in the same condition, showing only normal, runner marks. The reverse ricasso is matching etched with a large shaded RZM circle, which is positioned over the code and year the dagger was produced, RZM M7/37 and RZM 1051/39 SS (Robert Klaas, Solingen).

Scabbard: The scabbard shell is nice and straight. It has excellent original black paint. Overall, however, this paint is still very nice and rates at least 95%. The scabbard mounts are nickel-plated, and in excellent condition through to the lower ball. These mounts exactly match the toning and condition of the crossguards, and are retained by the original in place nickel-plated screws.

  • SS Enlisted Man's Dagger [Late Model] with Issue Tag - RZM M7/37




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