WW2 Nazi German Army Officer's 1st Model Dagger
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Item 668454642
Location Waldorf, MD 20601
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Guaranteed Original GI bring-back captured in the town of Vossenack, Germany during the Battle of the Hürtgen Forest by the Commander of "G" Company 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Inf Division. This is an uncommon Stocker & Co (SMF), Solingen, made Early Model Army dagger, normally you see this maker's mark on the Nazi Air Force daggers, so it may be a special order. The mounts and scabbard are in great condition, but the scabbard has started to get the standard silver-gray patina. The dagger has the original early model solid slant grip, the tang is rounded and the same width, the blade is polished verses plated, as was done on all early models. The knob and scabbards were made as one single piece, there are no seams. The pebbled surface of the scabbard is random not patterned. The scabbard bands are brazed to the scabbard and there are no gaps. The cross piece shows excellent detail. There's very minor pitting on the blade (reason we have magnifying glasses), and looks like some one didn't wipe down after they put their grubby little finger print on it, other than that, the blade is excellent to superb condition and reflects light superbly, only distorted by the original uniform cross grains created by very precise machine polishing. (Pictures show reflections of the pans above it; I detail to this level for the really anal types) The scabbard shows some discoloration from patina that has started to build and there is a small dent on one side 2/3 of the way down. There is a small chip on the side of the dagger handle (see slide #9) but otherwise, is in pristine condition. All oak leaves, acorns and eagle crest are hand enhanced and shows excellent detail and precisely fitted parts. In all, this is very nice original 1st model dagger in a very collectible condition. I've priced this so low because of the small dent on the scabbard. one very small chip on handle, and minor smudge on the blade. Certificate of Authenticity available upon request, signed by the eldest surviving son of the the capturing officer.
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3.00 Pounds