|Country of manufacture:||Germany|
|Weapon Type:||Sabre (More lots)|
|Overall Length:||49.5 cm|
|Barrel/ blade length:||28 cm|
This is a dagger model 1901 including a certificate. The person who carried this dagger was Richard Leffler, who became Chief of the Defence Staff in the South of France in June 1944. The imperial crown was changed to the eagle in 1936, the sheath has a bump and the bladed has been shortened.
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