The SA played an important part in the rise of Adolf Hitler into power. Originally their primary purpose was to act as a protection squad for the Nazi rallies and all forms of meetings. They were instrumental in blindly following orders from the senior party members so as to intimidate Romanis, trade unionists and Jewish businesses.

This example of the issued SA dagger is marked RZM M7/19 1938 – for maker Edward Wusthof, Dreizachwerk, Solingen.  It has a brown painted scabbard which is near perfect condition. All nickel plated fittings are free from any discolouring and again near perfect. The wooden handle is possibly walnut and is free from splits and chips. The SA lozenge has full enamel and the inset eagle is in beautiful condition. There is one very tint dent to the scabbard ball, but you have to look very carefully to see it. The dagger fits very tightly into the scabbard with no play at all. All securing screws are present and tight.  The blade motto “Alles fur Deutschland” is very distinct, sharp and superbly etched – blade in general is classed as good to excellent.

War-Den found this beautiful SA Dagger in France, a very nice example.

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