Original German Early WWII SA Dagger by Rare Maker Carl. Fr. Kührt with Scabbard & 2 Point Hanger
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Original Item: Only One Available. This is an very good condition early pattern SA Dagger, made by the very seldom seen firm of Carl. Fr. Kührt KG, based in Zella-Mehlis, Thuringia, Germany. This maker is EXTREMELY rare to find, and this is the first edged weapon of any type we have had by this firm. It comes comes compete with an original scabbard, which is in good shape.
The dagger has solid nickel silver fittings throughout, and is a nice example. The crossguards and tang nut are in very good condition throughout with all fittings having a nice lightly aged patina. There is a little age to these mounts but there is no lifting anywhere, showing that they are solid and not plated. They show very little wear or denting, if any, and the tang nut shows no evidence of being turned. The lower reverse guard is Gruppe/Gau marked Fr, for Franken, a district in west central Germany, with the principal cities being Nürnberg (Nuremberg) and Suhl.
The grip is a fine product having a nice dark reddish brown color, with medium center ridge construction, with just a bit of wear and a few small dents. This grip is in good condition and fits the crossguards nicely, with no cracks we can see, though there is just a bit of movement due to the wood shrinking. The symbol button is still nicely set, and still has most of the translucent enamel intact,…