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EXCELLENT 3-PIECE SA DAGGER HANGER!A really hard accessory to find now. This is a very nice, 3-piece leather carrying hanger for the SA dagger. In brown leather, it shows some age and use, but is 100% sound, with no tears, weakness or damage. This is a mid-period or later hanger, suitable for the transitional or RZM period daggers. It would not go with an early nickel SA dagger. Snap clip is RZM marked. Everything works, popper, snap clip etc etc. A great hanger to complete your dagger.
Code: 2090Price: 175.00 GBP
ULTRA RARE THIRD REICH POLICE GENERALS BROCADE SWORD HANGER.I have handled one of these before but never owned one. Not surprising as they are as rare as 'hen's teeth'. This is the GILT BROCADE teardrop sword hanger for a Third Reich Police General. (I am sure that is not the correct rank term in German, but he would be the top of the top in the police service.) Beautiful construction gold/gilt bullion flat wire, with gilded metal hardware, gilt snap clip and both support buttons are gilded. Dark green leather backing/reverse and an intetgral belt loop in black leather. Just need to snap onto you Police Generals sword!! I won't find another one of these in a hurry. ( last one of these sold for 496 Euros/$600+ US!)
V.RARE EARLY MAKER SA COMPLETE WITH HANGER.Another from the group of 4 SA's purchased together. This is by the most uncommon maker CARL SCHMIDT & SONNE-SOLINGEN, with a trademark of a small house in the center. This maker is rated 9 out of 10, with probably less than 1000 of these daggers made. Very nice overall condition. Un-cleaned and un-polished. good patina to the solid nickel fittings. Super wood grip with no damage. Scabbard has 70% of the original lacquer and 100% of the brown anodising. There is an original to the piece short leather hanger with nickle snap clip (these fetch £60 on their own) The bottom scabbard ball has been dropped many years ago and is slightly split and dented. This is VERY common with these daggers, and really does not detract from the overall appearance at all. Blade is extremely nice, with nearly full crossgraining and burnish in the motto. A super looking dagger. Very rare maker, great condition and complete with hanger.
RARE EARLY MAKER SA DAGGER-VERY NICE CONDITION.This is part of a small collection of SA daggers just acquired. All the makers are ones I have not encountered before and this is the first and quite unusual.made by FRITZ BARTHELMESS-MUGGENDORF-BAVARIA! Not a Solingen maker!!!! I have never had this maker before. Grades about 8 on the rarety scale (10 being most rare). Dagger itself has been un-touched and uncleaned. I would also say it is nearly mint in most respects. Beautiful wood grip, niceley patinad solid nickel fittings.Blade has 98% or original crossgraining and all of the burnish in the Alles fur Deutchland motto. Scabbard is beautiful with nearly 100% of the original lacquer over the brown anodising!! There is a tiny surface dimple on the reverse side. The bottom scabbard fitting 'ball' has been dropped at some time, and is slightly dented. Does not detract as the rest of the dagger is superb. Nice dagger, great condition, and a most unusual maker here.
NEAR MINT SET OF KREIGSMARINE ADMINISTRATION DAGGER HANGERS.I was really pleased to find this 100% matched set of 'silver' Third Reich navy dagger hangers, with belt loop. These are now very hard to find, and whilst the majority of dagger hangers were the 'gilt' type, the navy administration insignia is all silver, and that includes their dagger hangers! These are in near mint condition, and look to have hardly been worn at all. The snap clips and chain are heavily silver plated and have toned a little dark with patina/age. The silver buckles are perfect and a matchd pair. The moire fabric cloth hangers are in mint condition and the reverse black velvet backings show no wear at all. A wonderful set of hangers here.
Code: 2086Price: 385.00 GBP
RARE LONG SAWBACK FIRE PARADE BAYONET BY EICKHORN.I did not realise how rare this sawback fare bayonets have become and how popular they are, especially in the USA. This is a very nice example of a LONG fire department parade bayonet with 'sawback' blade. Near perfect nicle plated hilt and pommel. perfect chequered grips. Nice scabbard with original black paint finish. Blade is mint and features the razor sharp, saw back spine. There is a nice, deeply stamped post 1938 Eickhorn trademark. Very nice 'bayonet'.
Code: 2085Price: 395.00 GBP
BEAUTIFUL TRIPLE ENGRAVED BLADE 'SHARNHORST' EICKHORN SWORD.This is one of the most fantastic parade swords I have owned in a long time. In beautiful condition with near 100% original fire gilt on all the BRASS hilt fittings, as well as 95% of the original black paint to th scabbard. It is from the Eickhrn Field Marchal series of officers parade swords, and this is the 'SHARNHORST' pattern. A lions head pommel with red glass eyes. Pefect grip with mint twisted wire wrap. Another bonus are the beautiful original owners initials engraved to the reverse langet. 'HB'. The stunning and MINT blade, is wonderfully TRIPLE ETCHED. This etch is shown in the Eickhorn sales catalogue. It consists of foliage, crossed cannons, crossed swords, helmets and other designs. The etch is a work of art, deep and 100% clear. Crafsmanship like this does not seem to exist now. The etch is on both sides of the blade and on the spine! There is a post 1938 Eickhorn trademark stamped into the blade. The overall length of the sword is quite long over 90+cm, indicating the owner was a tall man. I cannot emphasise the quality and condition of this sword. It has everything, maker, condition, engraved balde and owners initials!!!
'PRINZ EUGEN' -EICKHORN FIELD MARSHAL PARADE SWORD.I purchased several swords for the USA and this is another PRINZ EUGEN parade sword. There was a series of sowrds produced by the EICKHORN company in the 'Field Marshal' series. Some were/ are quite common, like the Roon and the Wrangel types. Others are really rare and the Prinz Eugen is considered one as one of those. A unique design as it featured TWO eagle and swastikas, one on the crossguard as a big outstretched eagle and the other cast into the pommel top as a closed wing 'wehrmacht' type eagle. The hilt fittings were finished in an antique gold burnish effect, quite unlke other sword finishes. Unfortunately, this finish has not stood the test of time and it is REALLY difficult to find a Prinz Eugen sword with the finish complete. There as evidence of the finish on the metal fittings, especially on the backstrap and background areas. Otherwise the finish looks dull silver. There is a black celluloid grip with unique springy/twisted grip wire. The blade is stamped with the Eickhorn post-1938 squirell trademark.Overall the blade is in very good condition, with a lot of plating left. Scabbard is also fine. Seems to have had an old re-paint, but looks excellent. This pattern of sword was also unofficially carried by officers of the SS-Prinz Eugen division. I have had them in the past with period SS officer bullion sword knots. A good, solid example of this sword. Mint ones fetch over £1000 now. This is priced accordingly due to overall condition.
IMPERIAL GERMAN PARADE/FIGHTING KNIFE- MAKER MARKEDThese interesting knives were worn for parade purposes and 'walking-out'. There are a bewildering variety of types and sizes as they were not purchased through official channels. This is a very nice example that looks similar to the Hj knife produced later. Heavy nickle plated hilt and crossguard. Pommel is made in the shape of a dress bayonet, with a 'beak', and more interestingly has a FAKE release button (as if it was a bayonet). Nice black checkered wood grips. A near mint single edge blade with central spine. Black steel tubular scabbard has 50% of original paint. There is a very nice brown leather belt loop rivited to the scabbard. It's in near perfect condition. Blade a has a lovely stamped trademark for the ANTON -WINGEN company of Solingen.Very nice little knife.
Code: 2082Price: 225.00 GBP
EARLY COMMERCIALLY PRODUCED THIRD REICH SHEATH KNIFE.I have not seen or owned one of these super little knives for over 20 years! They were around in the 1970's and 80's, and I have sometimes seen the knife without the scabbard, but this is the first nice, complete example I have owned. Made in the 1930's as a 'shop bought' commercially made 'party supporter' sheath knice or hunting knife. Made by the prestigious BOKER company, they have stamped their trademark on the blade and embossed it into the scabbard leather sheath. The grip is made of checkered solid bakerlite and there is a little brass or nickle swastika inset into the grip. The blade is nickel plated, in near mint condition and is a single edge 'bowie' type. The scabbard is in brown leather, has a snap clip lppo to hold the handle, has reinforcing rivets around the stiched edge. A really nice period knife. Not seen any longer!
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