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Early SA M33 Dagger 'Hugo Servatius'


Early SA  M33 Dagger (Dienstdolch M33). Nice pre-war dagger, the dagger has a wooden grip, the grip has a nicely inset nickel-silver national eagle and a nickel/silver enameled runic SA button, the crossguards however look to be from a later date and are silver plated zinc which are normally found on RZM Daggers, the patina and condition however match very well. The dagger comes with its original brown painted, magnetic sheet metal scabbard with solid nickel-silver fittings. The blade bears the inscription 'Alles für Deutschland' (Everything for Germany), the reverse ricasso is well marked with the etched manufacturer’s marking indicating production by the company of 'Hugo Servatius' from Solingen which is one of the rarest makers and the first time I have one of this manufacturer on offer. The blade has some typical runner marks and small staining, see photos. Due to the mis-match with the cross guards priced cheap, this is one of the rarest makers and missing in most dagger collections!

SHIPPING: this dagger will be shipped by registered mail only, for Dutch customers with PostNL ID-check! And please note shipping for this item might take a few days longer because this item needs to be collected out of our separate secured storage location.

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