German WWII Model 36 NSKK dagger by Eickhorn***STILL AVAILABLE***-This is a top-quality listing for a very late production example of this desirable model. The plated crossguards and entire scabbard fittings are 98% intact. The handle has a slight discoloration on the obverse down towards the lower crossguard. There is another slight discoloration on the reverse which will be obvious in the photos. This has a zinc grip eagle which is textbook for this vintage production. The scabbard paint is a remarkable 99% intact and goes along with the overall condition of the dagger. The distinctive model 36 NSKK change has light plating but still retains excellent details. The blade is a full excellent, with the usual in and out marks caused by the scabbard. Very deep motto combined with excellent factory cross graining and the clear markings for the Eickhorn contract number M7/66, this combined with the 1942 date clearly identifies it as the last production year for issued daggers. This offering is complete with an appropriate D-Ring. Full excellent!
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