KORVETTEN KAPITÄN OTTMAR VON WACHTER DAGGER OF THE GERMAN IMPERIAL NAVY, model 1901, Kaiserliche Offizierdienstdolch, Second Reich. This dagger of the Imperial Navy belonged to the Korvetten Kapitän Ottmar von Wachter commander of the Großlinienschiff SMS Friedrich der Große (1911). This building was stationed at the end of the First World War at Scapa Flow. This officer became Kapitän zur See in February 1925, then retired in September 1928. All metal parts in gilded brass (gilding absent). Bronze knob representing the Imperial Germanic Crown, in its openwork version, modeled on that of the eleventh century, eight-sided, Latin cross crown crown, missing. Ivory rocket turned with seven grooves underlined by a double twisted silver filigree, some visible light festoons. Guard with two symmetrical horizontal quillons terminated by two grooved protuberances. Guard patch on both sides showing an anchor. Under the guard thin brass bumper pad, stamped "DRGM - 110746", with its protective felt. Double-edged steel blade, engraved on one side of a ship surmounted by a cable anchor and the imperial crown, and on the other side of a ship topped with a symbol of the navy, signed on the flat heel of the house name "A.LUNEBURG - KIEL". Trace of black spots on the steel and oxidation of the metal at the end of the blade. Sheath in its classic edition called "lightning", with bracelets bow-shaped sailor. Under the cope, the name of the officer "v. WACHTER ". Slight shot at the end of the sheath. Black silk and scarlet silk threaded wrist strap spaced every 14 mm, original fit. Total length of the weapon: 484 mm Blade length: 340 mm Dagger worn, in good condition. Germany. Second Reich.
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