Nazi Service Daggers are among the most sought-after World War II souvenirs, and popular mementoes for veterans serving in the European theatre. The armed forces in the Nazi state possessed swords, knives or daggers for almost every event. These blades have become an attraction for many collectors and prices are high. It is worth noting that these dress daggers were utilised as uniform accessories, not as weapons.Unfortunately, as with any collectable having a high value, it has become common to find fake Nazi daggers; this title will help identify both the genuine and the reproduction dagger.
SERVICE DAGGERS OF THE SA and NSKK
English text version of the acclaimed German language title. On 408 pages the author Ralf Siegert describes the SA and NSKK Daggers in depth with a special viewpoint on manufacturing and the multiple markings used during the timeframe from 1933 until 1942. A highly useful compendium for the dagger collector and a perfect addition to Ralf’s first book ‘The Service Daggers of the SS’