C.&R, Linder, Solingen-Weyer, C&RL beneath crowned paring knife within a circle TM. As stated on page 277 of The Sword and Knife Makers of Germany 1850-2000 by Anthony Carter, “During the Third Reich a SA daggers were produced with the round [circular] trademark, and similarly marked NSKK daggers have been recorded.” Nickel-silver hilt fittings show light surface wear/yellow age patina with lower crossguard group marked “Ns”(Niedersachsen). Dark, reddish-brown, fine-grained, wooden grip shows light surface wear with no cracks or chips and is complete with silver grip eagle and SA insert properly inset. Mirror polished blade grades EX/EX+ showing light surface wear/runner marks and gray shadowing, two tiny nicks to cutting edges. Deeply etched motto retains 100% of the light gray factory background frosting. Steel scabbard retains approximately 95% of the brown anodization and portions of lacquer with one minor surface depression to center obverse. Nickel-silver scabbard fittings with unturned screws, show minor surface wear/uncleaned yellow age patina with a few faint surface ”pecks”, but no major depressions and a small depression to the lower ball. EX+.