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EICKHORN COLOURED SALES CARD FOR THE 1693 SWORD.This is a lovely example of Paul Casberg artwork for the 1692 Eickhorn dovehead sword. Would have hung in a retail outlet and advertised their wares accordingly. I have had several of these cards and I think there would have been a full set produced, but I have nver been able to keep them long eoung. Picture of the sword on the front, the revesr has details of the sword, the sizes and details of the Eickhorn company. It is missn the cardboard 'stand' that would have been stuck to the reverse. Other than that this is a great piece of period advertising.
Code: 2144Price: 95.00 GBP
EICKHORN SHOP TRADE DISPLAY/SIZE CARD-SWORDS-SIZES ETC.This is a great piece of memorabilia for any edged weapon collector. This is an advertising/sales card for the Eickhorn series of swords. Would have probably hung in a retail shop outlet or similat. A bit larger than A4 size, this is laminated on both sides. One side shos a selection of swords with their catalogue model numbers, the other shows sizes and lengths. So if you were X meters tall, you needed a sword of X length. A great piece of period advertising.
Code: 2143Price: 125.00 GBP
NEAR MINT RED CROSS OFFICERS DRESS DAGGER+KNOT.One of the recent purchases from my trip to the MAX show. This is a beautiful Red Cross Officers dress dagger with lovely tangerine orange grip and original portapee, tied in the 'red cross way' around the grip. Apart from some minor smudges to the blade, this is a mint dagger, with 100% nickel plated fittings, a MINT scabbard with no lifting or damage at all. As always the blade is completely devoid of any maker. Always strange why this was the case. Perhaps we will find out why someday when the records of production surface. There is an original portapee in good condition. Overall a very, very nice dagger. Would be difficult to upgrade.
Code: 2142Price: 995.00 GBP
'ART DECO' STYLE THIRD REICH SWORD BY WMW.This is a great, early all brass hilted sword dating from the early 1930's. WMW were a small manufacturer and their products are quite rare. This is a lovely sword with superb detail to the hilt, crossguard and back strap. Deeply engraved/cast with oakleaves. The art-deco style angled langet has a unique closed wing eagle and swastika. The crossguard ends with a lion's head casting! There is an original green leather officers portapee correctly tied around the hilt. The perfect black celluloid grip is wrapped with triple brass wires. This is a long sword for a tall man and is over 41" in total length. The blade is nickel plated and apart from a little age to one small area, is in very nice condition with no wear. The WMW trademark is underneath the langet. The scabbard is in undented condition and reatains a very nice coat of black paint. A very nice sword and difficult to find.
ONE OF THE NICEST ERASED ROHM SA's I HAVE HAD!!! with hanger.I was so pleased to buy this dagger last week. After seeing the pictures I thought it looked nice, but 'in the flesh' it was even better! I had to look twice at the scabbard finish to make sure it was not painted or re-painted, but no, it's 100% perfect clear lacquer over 100% perfect anodising! Amazing afer 70+ years in this condition. All early nickel fittings of course, and not been cleaned/polished or messed with. Perfect brown wood grip with lovely grain. Nickel eagle and SA button. Attached to the scabbard ring is the original short brown leather hanger and nickel clip, attached to that is the original leather belt loop with D ring. Super condition. Blade is lovely, it has a couple of small age spots, but really small, which takes it off being full mint. However, it has near 100% crossgraining and 100% burnishing in the motto etc. The reverse of the blade has had the Rohm inscription professionally removed, but not by the factory I think. There are deeper grinding areas and uneven portions where it's bitten deeper. The grinding process has removed most of the makers logo, but I think it's an EP&S. Super dagger and the condition of the scabbard is just the best! Add it to your collection.
LAND CUSTOMS DAGGER AND STRAPS-BY EICKHORN-UNTOUCHED.One of the more harder daggers to find, especially with matching hangers! Never been in a collection before, this came from a contact and was in a house in the Midlands. It's not a mint dagger, but has been properly used by the original owner as you can see from the wear on the straps. The pommel and crossguard are in brushed aluminium, whilst the scabbard fittings are nickel plated over steel base. A very common combination for Eickhorn pieces. Nice dark green leather grip with single twisted wire. Green leather scabbard is in good condition. Has shrunk a little with age and you can see a little of the scabbard shell at the seam on the edges. The dagger has been in a damp arae at some time and there are a couple of patches of old surface rust on the lower scabbard fitting on the reverse. The rest of the fittings retain their bright nickel plating with just a few age spots showing through here and there. Blade is the standard 'army' type and in very good condition. Most of crossgraining present and a needle sharp point. With this dagger are the ORIGINAL set of customs hangers that carried this dagger. Silver bullion fronts with twin green lines. The buckles and slides are aluminium and have the laurer leaves on them. Reverse has green velvet backing, which shows carrying wear and is a little freyed along one edge. This dagger and hangers were definately worn a lot by this customs officer! Overall a really nice rig, which is very collectable, and rare to find. An excellent price for a rare dagger too!
Code: 2139Price: 1650.00 GBP
REPRODUCTION RAD HEWER -DAGGER ONLY.Was purchased as part of a collection, and is just a bit of fun really. However, it displays well and leooks really good. However, this is an 80's reproduction of the RAD mans hewer made in brass. Could be used for spares perhaps or just kept as an example. HasALCOSO maker.
Code: 2138Price: 50.00 GBP
THIRD REICH NAVY DAGGER BY WKC.A very good example of the standard navy dagger carried by Third Reich naval officers. MAde by WKC. All brass construction, with some gilging left here and there. Good white celluloid grip with no damage or cracks and nice twisted brass wire. Typical WKC type pommel with elongated swastika arms in eagles grip. Nice virtually dent free scabbard. Very nice etched balde with all grey background and mirror bright etch surface. Nice WKC trademark stamped into the blade riccasso. Trademark has actually been stamped twice for some reason. Once lightly and then again deeply.Needle sharp tip. Very collectable navy dagger.
Code: 2137Price: 550.00 GBP
GILDED ALUMINIUM SET OF THIRD REICH NAVY DAGGER HANGERS.This is the type of hangers all those with a nice Third Reich navy dagger are looking for! A super set of bright gilded aluminium daggers hangers in excellent condition. Great detail to the lion's head buckles, gilded aluminium snap clips and chain hanger. Very nice black moire cloth hangers with black velvet backings. These hangers are a matching pair and have been together for always. Complete that navy dagger with this set.
Code: 2136Price: 375.00 GBP
NICE MATCHED SET OF EARLY BRASS NAVY HANGERS-COMPLETE.I enjoy finding good sets of navy hangers, as they are really hard to track down, especially the early all brass types. Here are a good pair of EARLY all brass hangers, completely matching and been together always. Nice heavy brass buckles and fittings, with good quality black moire straps with black velvet backings. Have been used and worn with a dagger and I estimate these caouls easily dates back to the early 1930's or late 1920's, but were certainly worn into the Third Reich period too. Some wear and use (of course!) but a great set to go with an early dagger.
Code: 2135Price: 385.00 GBP
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