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Tools and Hardware1537 of 3110No-Key padlockRed Handle Sickle Hand Tool Hand Made In Austria
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Posted 2 years ago

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tammyt39
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this is both daggers, would like to know how old they are when and where they came from thank you. I know they have been packed up for at least 75 to 80 years

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  1. billmills, 2 years ago
    The daggers are German WW II - SA daggers. There are many different manufacturers of these daggers and price can vary greatly depending on condition and maker etc.
    From 1936 - 1945 manufactured. Are you selling these?
    Bill
  2. scottvez scottvez, 2 years ago
    Agree Nazi SA daggers.

    Lots of fakes out there as well!

    scott
  3. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
    The brown is SA or brown-shirts(Storm Troopers). The Black is SS or Schutzstaffel. These are worth some money so be careful who you deal with. Condition is virtually everything. There are many, many repros out there & it is not easy to sell at a good price on line as everybody is wary. I sold originals of both about 10-12 yrs ago for $800. Today, in their condition, probably $700-800 each. Yours don't look any where near the condition of what I sold but if orig. are still worth a lot. Do you know a history on them? What are the markings in the blades? RZM in a circle is certainly present but doesn't mean they aren't repros. There are numbers divided by a /. I can tell you who made them. I gave you my address in your previous post. Need better detailed pics.
  4. Hems303 Hems303, 2 years ago
    I have the Schutzstaffel in mint condition, history is everything, i.e. mine was taken from a a "soldier" who had no further need for it (or anything else). I fully agree with all Blunderbuss2 says, Don't sell online sell, try at a military show or to a face-to-face private buyer. Worth twice as much in UK but we are banned from selling edged weapons on eBay (different I believe in US). The black is "rarer" than the brown.

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