|Country of manufacture:||Hungary|
|Period:||20th - mid (WW II)|
Officer dagger - Aviation dagger model 1932 - Hungary, fascist period, under the iron fist of the Austro-Hungarian admiral Miklos Horthy, also regent of Hungary from 1st March 1920 to 15th October 1944.
Exceptional artistic quality, made with high quality materials and wonderful decoration.
Double edged steel blade with etching depicting a gold coat of arms of Hungary (St. Stephen’s crown).
The blade collar features engravings of the manufacturer’s name (Meszaros Lajos - Budapest), a small coat of arms of Hungary and the number 8, while the back of the blade is engraved with the name of the owner - Martay Andras - and the year 1941.
Black bakelite grip with longitudinal grooves.
Artistically crafted (royal eagle) brass hilt and pommel.
Brass scabbard, well finished, featuring nice decorations of plant and geometrical motifs as well as the coat of arms of Hungary (St. Stephen’s crown).
The scabbard is engraved with the same number 8 found on the collar blade.
The dagger can be easily disassembled into parts.
Total length 36.3 cm
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