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SS '33 ROHM, with vertical hanger EickhornAs found SS Rohm, vertical hanger and erased blade.
ONE OF THE BEST LION'S HEAD SWORDS I HAVE OWNED.I am pleased to offer this beautiful lion's head sword, complete with original knot and small leather hanger. It's made by ALCOSO and is absolutely lovely! Alcoso swords are quite uncommon, but like Eickhorn Alcoso made a quality product, and this does not disappoint! All brass hilt has all the original fire gilding and wonderful casting detail to the lions head, backstrap and crossguard. It is shown in the Angolia sword book on page 64 and designated by Alcoso as model Nr 119. I have had 100's of swords through my hands, but I can't remember having this one before. Red glass eyes in the lions head. Perfect black celluloid grip with triple twisted brass wires. Scabbard is perfect, no damage or dents, has 99% of original paint. Nickel plated blade is STONE MINT, and the Alcoso trademark appears just underneath the reverse crossguard. probably not possible to upgrade this sword. VERY, VERY nice.
EARLY ALL BRASS EICKHORN 1695 LEOPARD HEAD SWORD.Not one of the Field Marshal series, but should have been! a stunning early brass example of this lovely sword. Brass is in fantastic condition and 'glows' with the brightness. All brass hilt has leopard head with bright red glass eyes. Black celluloid grip has triple brass wires running through it. Crossguard has outstretched eagle. Scabbard is straight and very clean, no damage. Has a full coat of gloss black paint. Blade is nickel plated and in lovely condition with no nicks etc. Early oval Eickhorn trademark is just visible under the reverse crossguard, hard to see. Is the type use from about 1935-38, so dates the sword well. GES GETCH is stamped underneath the hilt. Hard to find early BRASS versions of this sword, a good looking piece indeed.
MINT EICKHORN 'WRANGEL' DOVE HEAD SWORD.This is an absolute stunning sword. Gilded aluminium hilt is 100% intact...beautiful condition. This is the model 1693 Eickhorn 'Wrangel' dove head officers sword, it was also available with a lion's head, but this version is not common at all!! Condition of the complete sword is fantastic. Mint nickel plated blade, with Eickhorn stamped logo. Perfect black scabbard with all original paint. Underneath of crossguard is stamped GES GETCH, (patt pending design). Black celluloid grip is perfect and wrapped with triple aluminium wire. A really nice looking thing.....................
POLICE OFFICERS SWORD BY WEYERSBERG.A very good example of the Police Officers dagen, complete with wide police officers knot tied in place. Made by Paul Weyersberg. Nicle plated hilt fittings just show a little age here and there. Black ribbed rip is perfect and there is a silver aluminium police eagle set into the grip. Super wide police officers sword knot tied in place. Scabbard is completely straight with no damage or bends.It has virtually all of the ORIGINAL black gloss paint and looks really good. Steel nickel plated fittings are fine, with a little age lifting. Matt finished blade is virtually mint, lovely condition! It has the original white leather washer in place at the throat. There is a little discoloration under the washer, where moisture has been. This came from a find in Warwickshire, has never been in a collection, never cleaned or taken apart, this is the first time offered onto the market. Nice sword!
Code: 2308Price: 695.00 GBP
NICE RED CROSS MAN'S DAGGER WITH ORIGINAL FROG.This is a great looking Red Cross man's dagger, complete and in very good condition. The dull nicle plating to all the hilt fittings and scabbard is all there, no lifting. Perfect set of black grip, chequered one side, plain the other. There is the original heavy black leather frog attached to the scabbard. These are unique to Red Cross daggers, no other frogs fit them. Stamped with an H on the reverse. Scabbard itself is 100% straight, no dents or damage. Has all the original black paint, a bit spidered with age, but ORIGINAL. Blade is STONE MINT and covered in an old yellow grease, which has completely protected it for the past 70+ years. A really nice looking dagger with character.
Code: 2307Price: 585.00 GBP
MID-PERIOD 1936 SS CHAINED DAGGER-UNUSUAL EICKHORN BLADE. I am always asked to find 'nice SS daggers', seems to always be a very popular collectable. The 1936 SS officers chained dagger is one of the most popular and also one of the most expensive. The very early, all nickel varieties seem to fetch amazing sums here, but especially in America. This is a very good example of a mid- period piece. As everything fits together so well, this is an officer 'upgraded' piece. He was obviously carrying his 1937 issued SS '33 dagger, but was then promoted and allowed to wear the 1936 chained example. He kept the dagger and just purchased a new scabbard. The dagger is a 1937 marked Eickhorn variety. It has unmarked solid nickel crossguards and nickel grip eagle. The ebony grip is excellent, with a few age brusies, but nothing else. The blade is a lovely example. Crossgraining and very clean. The reverse is just etched with a very small RZM circle and below 941/37/SS. This is one of Eickhorns special production codes. I have NEVER had this code as early as this, had a 1939 example but never this one. The etching/code itself is really rare and a type not seen. There is an example in Tom Wittmann's SS book on page 183. It is exactly the same, but this is for 1937 and his is for 1939. The chained scabbard is a mid-to late period example. It has nickel plated STEEL chains of the type 1 example. Plating is intact, little missing from the clip area. Scabbard paint is ORIGINAL to the dagger and is 98% intact. Upper and lower fittings are in good condition also. Bottom ball is not dented.
A great example of a period ungraded piece, and quite commonly found. (I have an early erased Rohm example in my own collection).
Code: 2306Price: 3550.00 GBP
WONDERFUL, EARLY RAD HEWER, RARE MAKER - UNTOUCHED.This is a beautiful RAD hewer, exactly how I like them to be. This is an nice early example, that's not been cleaned for a long time either. All HEAVY nickel plated fittings ( not later war metal). Dagger is immensely heavy because of this. Solid hilt fittings have turned a blue/grey patina, stag grips are nice and knobbly. Scabbard has solid upper and lower fittings in the same colour as the hilt. The ORIGINAL black paint to the scabbard is nearly all there and in great condition. Blade again is a huge, solid piece of steel. It has some finger marks and slight smudges to the surface, but has not been sharpened, and is very, very clean. Etched motto is very sharp and clear. This dagger is made by the small maker AXT UND HAUER SOLINGEN. Their trademark is a horses head within a circle. Quite unusual to get this maker, they were quite small but made RAD items. Has the RADJ in a triangle and Ges Getschutz all etched on the blade. A really handsome RAD hewer, an early, uncleaned example. Great thing!!
EARLY SA DAGGER-FOUND IN A SHED!!!! AS FOUND CONDITION.Well, until a few weeks ago this was happily rusting away in an outhouse near Colchester. An absolutely, as found and untouched SA dagger by PUMA. The damp has caused the blade tang to swell with rust and it has expanded inside the grip and the grip has cracked accordingly. No wood missing, just a large crack running down the front. All the nickel fittings are completely untouched and are covered in a green/yellow patina. The scabbard still has the brown anodising, but also has a fine brown surface rust coating! The strangest thing is the blade has really survived un-scathed. It seems to have had some oil or grease coating, which has saved it completely. There is no rust or pitting on it at all. Someone has tried to clean the first inch or so with an abrasive pad or similar, which has left some fine surface scratches. That's about all. A great talking piece indeed. Either leave it exactly as it is, or perhaps restore it with a better grip etc. Most unusual. An early SA dagger for under £300!!!!!!!!!!!!
Code: 2304Price: 295.00 GBP
LUFTWAFFE 2nd. Pattn DAGGER WITH KNOT AND STRAPS BY EP&S.Ernst Pack and Sonn made some very high quality daggers, and to that end they have become collected in their own right. This one has their most desirable trademark type, the large one with the Seigreid Waffen script. Daggerhas been hanging on a wall for some time and this has affected the grip colour etc. One side is quite yellow, where the other has toney to a tangerine orange! Very appealing. There is an original23cm knot tied around the grip. In good condition and has been there for ever. Blade is the nickel plated variety and is in lovely condition. Very bright and clean. Tip is needle sharp. There is a little blade age staining to a very small part of one edge, but nothing serious and absolutely no pitting. Scabbard has much of the original grey finish left. One side slightly better than the other. Side that was nearest the wall has some old fingerprint discolorations which has left some marks on the surface. Not serious though. There are a set of the de-luxe Luftwaffe straps with the dagger in overall good condition. Show some swing wear to the tops and the metal eyelets inside the buckles have gone rusty. All commensurate with this dagger hanging for a long while, perhaps in a damp environment. Overall a nice looking dagger, described and priced accordingly.
Code: 2303Price: 435.00 GBP
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