WW2 GERMAN ENGRAVED SA DAGGER AND SCABBARD
A beautiful first pattern SA dagger that has been engraved by the original recipient on the lower cross guard. Blade measures 22 cm, etched motto “Alles fur Deutchland” (All for Germany), is crisp and clear, maker marked for Paul Kohl Solingen. Solid nickel cross guards are in very good condition and bear engravings on both sides. Hard wood grip fits the cross guards beautifully and both eagle and roundel both sit in the grip firmly. Anodized scabbard still retains 100% of its brown coating and most of the original clear lacquer coating can still be seen, the scabbard is dent and damage free and is in fantastic condition, solid nickel fittings and screws are all present and in good condition with no damage.
A very beautiful example of a first pattern SA dagger in stunning condition made even better with personal engraving, hard to beat.
||40 x 10 x 5 cm