M-1943 Swiss Army Dagger.Elsener Schwyz Victoria TM. Examples of this dagger are shown on pages 201 – 213 of Kurt Glemser’s A Guide to Military Dress Daggers, Volume III. Nickel pommel with countersunk pommel nut and Holbein style crossguard show minor age speckling , but no wear or surface damage. Medium brown, fruit-wood grip plates are perfect with no cracks or chips and are retained by three MINT nickel screws with countersunk taps. Polished center-ridge, double-edged, stiletto-style blade grades Near MINT showing only faint runner marks, but no graying, speckling or nicks to cutting edges. Obverse ricasso is stamped with the serial number, “2 2 4 7 0 7”. Dent-free bayonet-style scabbard retains approximately 99% of the original black enamel with minor rug marks to the obverse shell and wear to the under edges of the angular scabbard tip. Upper reverse of the scabbard is stamped with “S” which denotes the city of Sissach where the company that produced the scabbards, Basler Eisnmobelfabrick A.G., is located. The dagger is complete with a Near MINT, permanently-attached, short black leather hanger with Near MINT nickel clip. Scarce, quality Swiss Army dagger! Near MINT (26034) $375.