NSKK Chained Dagger By Emil Voos Waffenfabrik, Solingen – M7/2

An original and desirable NSKK chained dagger by Emil Voos Waffenfabrik, Solingen, double-edged blade with nickel fittings. The blade is in beautiful condition, with the SA motto inscribed “Alles für Deutschland” (Everything for Germany), and the reverse of the ricasso has the makers mark “RZM 7/2” for Emil Voos Waffenfabrik, Solingen. The wooden grip handle is in beautiful condition complete with nice round enamel SA insignia, and crisp German Eagle mounted with no chips or cracks. The plated upper and lower crossguards remain bright, and the scabbard has a beautiful black glossy factory finish, with a few minor scratches, complete with all four screws with nice nickle plating. The suspension chain is complete with all the links complete with functional spring clip. The reverse of the chain is marked ‘Musterschutz NSKK Korpsfuhrung’ and RZM logo and ‘M5/3’ for Brauckmann & Pröbsting, Lüdenscheid on the last two links. The NSKK chained dagger and scabbard has no damage or repairs in good condition perfect addition for any collection.


Product ID: 11621


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The National Socialist Motor Corps (German: Nationalsozialistisches Kraftfahrkorps, NSKK) was a paramilitary organization of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) that officially existed from May 1931 to 1945. The group was a successor organisation to the older National Socialist Automobile Corps (German: Nationalsozialistisches Automobilkorps, NSAK), which had existed since April 1930.

The NSKK served as a training organization, mainly instructing members in the operation and maintenance of high-performance motorcycles and automobiles. The NSKK was further used to transport NSDAP and SA members, and also served as a roadside assistance group in the mid-1930s. The outbreak of World War II in Europe led to recruitment among NSKK ranks to serve in the transport corps of various German military branches.  A French section of the NSKK was also organised after the German occupation of France began in 1940. The NSKK was the smallest of the Nazi Party organizations.


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