The National Socialist Motor Corps was organised as a paramilitary organisation of the NSDAP in Germany between 1931 to 1945. It was originally a training department to instruct its members in the maintenance and operation of motorcycles and automobiles.

After the outbreak of WW2 its members were recruited to serve in the various transport corps responsible for transporting military personnel to where they were required to operate.

This NSKK Dagger has a black painted scabbard in perfect condition. Fitting plating is in excellent condition with only the ball at the bottom slightly pressed.  All screws are present and tight. The rosewood grip does have very minor scrapes but no cracking.

The cross-guard is marked Nm for Nordmark. Also Brigade marks are present – Br. 16/9959, rare to see this.

The blade fits tightly into the scabbard. The motto “Alles fur Deutschland” is clear and distinct, blade is in superb condition with cross grain present on entire length.

Inset eagle and SA lozenge are both in excellent condition and set secure in handle. The dagger is maker marked EMIL VOOS SOLINGEN, an extremely rare maker.

A fantastic example of an NSKK Dagger by a rare maker.

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