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SHORT BROWN LEATHER HANGER FOR SA DAGGER RZM PERIOD.This is a nice, complete short dagger hanger for the later type of SA dagger. I say later type, as this hanger is extensively marked with RZM numbers. All early SA dagger had early hangers with nickel fittings and no (usually) markings anywhere. This lovely little hanger has an Assmann RZM marked snap clip, RZM markings along the under-edge of the plated oval buckle and the brown leather is deeply stamped with the RZM numbers for the leather manufacturer!!!! Everything is marked.................This is an ideal hanger to finish off your early period RZM marked SA or NSKK dagger.
Code: 2199Price: 75.00 GBP
EARLY TRIPLE HANGER FOR SA DAGGER.Hard to find accessory considering every SA dagger made would probably have had one of these! However, over time they have been removed or lost or rotted away. This nice little rig consists of the normal short leather hanging strap with nickel snap clip and oval buckle. Attached to this is the brown leather belt loop with nickel 'D' ring. Attached to THAT is the rare small brown leather loop and snap popper, that goes around the grip of the SA dagger to stop it swinging around. All leather in good supple condition. Would suit perfectly an early SA dagger.
Code: 2198Price: 175.00 GBP
MINT CONDITION IMPERIAL GERMAN NAVY DRESS BELT-FANTASTIC!Considering this belt is virtually 100years old now, it's the BEST moire dress belt I have owned from this period. Made from the blue ribbed moire material identical to the dagger hangers, and beautifully lined with plush blue velvet. Belt is in MINT condition with no damage or signs of wear. Gilt brass Imperial naval buckle and keeper are perfect. There are also the two adjustable lion mask sliders, that the dagger hangers clip onto. This was the most common belt worn with most uniforms, only on full dress occasions was the brocade belt worn. The belt has an internal stiffening spring to keep it's shape and it's very narrow, one of the smallest I have come across. If you collect or own any Imperial navy daggers or swords, this is a must for you. Just the best belt available.
EARLY '33 SS DAGGER, ALL NICKEL, BY HAMMESFAR-UNCLEANED-YELLOW!!One of the other purchases at the SoS show that I was pleased to find. Was with a gun dealer and was in his box of ammunition and magazines whilst he was unloading at the tables. Not sure where it has been, but has been left alone in a smoky environment. Uncleaned, all the nickel fittings have gone off to a dirty dully yellow colour. The tang nut seems to have been removed at some time, as there are a few scratches underneath in the grime. Not a mint example, but super collectable as it's a NICE SS dagger. The grip is solid ebony. SS button and nickel eagle are fine. There is some minor flaking to the ebony at the very top of the grip where it meets the crossguard. Done a long time ago. There is a very small hairline crack in the ebony to the top left side. I imagine due to exposure to moisture and the elements, the lower grip has shrunk slightly, so there is a small gap between the lower crossguard and the shoulder of the grip. Very common in al of these daggers.Lower crossguard is stamped with Roman numeral III. Scabbard is in good condition, all nickel fittings again,and they are the same colour as everything else. Black finish (old anodising) is present on the scabbard body. The lower scabbard fitting is fine and not dented. All screws are present. The blade is a typical Hammesfar type. More polished than crossgrain. That's how Hammesfar seemed to finish their blades, rather than polish them showing fine crossgraining. The motto is nice and deep and clear and the reverse of the blade has the etched trademark of the pyramid in the middle of the oval with Gottleib Hammesfar Solingen around the edge. The blade is very bright and clean with some finger smudges here and there, not serious. I have not touched the dagger or the blade. I am sure with some care the blade could be bought up to a near mint staus. This is a great example of a much collected SS dagger. I purchased it right, so I will pass on my good fortune to the next collector. A super priced, early SS dagger. FIRM AT THIS PRICE!
Code: 2196Price: 1595.00 GBP
COMPLETE-FULL ROHM SA DAGGER-WATER STAINED BLADE-EICKHORN.Here is a chance to own on of the rarest of SA daggers. A '33 early pattern dagger with untouched FULL ROHM inscription on the reverse of the blade. These dagger were issued by Ernst Rohm to some of his dedicated supporters in the early 1930's. There is a lot of controversy about exactly how many of the daggers were made and issued. Many thousands it seems. After Rohm fell out of favour and was murdered by Hitler, all traces of Rohm were gradually eradicated from the Third Reich. Photos, books etc etc. These SA daggers could still be carried, but you had to remove the Ernst Rohm name from the blade. This was either done completely, or just the signature. Penalties were severe, so the fact that some of the FULL ROHM daggers survived, means they were hidden away and kept out of sight. Original FULL ROHM daggers are very hard to find, in any condition, mint ones fetch many thousands of pounds/dollars now and are in HIGH demand. Here is a chance to own one of these rare daggers at a fraction of the cost. The dagger itself is a classic early example made by the EICKHORN company. Grip is a nice light brown colour and in excellent condition. There is a small crack under the top crossguard, but no material missing. Nickel eagle and SA button are fine. All the fittings are of course early and in solid nickel. The reverse lower crossguard in Gau marked Ns and the underneath has an assembly benchmark number '8'. It seems only Eickhorn marked lower crossguards like this. Scabbard is straight with no damage. It retains a full coating of the brown 'anodising', but no trace of the lacquer. The bottom scabbard fitting ball is slightly squashed. Now to the blade........... as the title explains, this is a 100% REAL FULL ROHM blade, but unfortunately, at some time, water has collected inside the scabbard and attacked the blade surface. As you can see from the pictures, it's not terrible, but is quite extensive. The ROHM signature is very clear, as is the Alles Fur Deutchland motto, but all around them, the blade has been marked by the water and pitted in some places etc. The small Eickhorn trademark, used for Rohm etched blades , is very clear. So, there you have it. A very rare dagger, with some faults, but priced accordingly. If you are happy to live with the blade, you will have a great dagger for a fraction of the cost, and a story to tell!!!! Bargain buy...!
UNTOUCHED '33 SS MAN'S DAGGER RZM/1195/38A recent buy, untouched and been with family since the war. Original soldier was with a Scottish regiment and his glengarry and some badges are on the Worldmilitarycollectables.com site. A decent condition RZM period SS man's dagger. the RZM 1195/38 is one of the unknown makers, but quality nonetheless. Made is 1938, the grip eagle is still nickel. SS button in perfect, as is the rest of the black ebony grip. No cracks or damage. The fittings on these later SS and SA daggers were the grey metal alloy. It is VERY rare to find one without some corrosion due to time. There is a little corrosion to the plated surfaces, but not at all bad. The dagger has remained together and the tang nut is un-turned. Scabbard is steel and black painted. Retains 100% of the original black paint with some spidering due to age. The scabbard fittings are nickel plated steel and are in near perfect condition. The blade on this dagger is typical RZM period. Very nice still but with some finger smudges that mark the surface. No rust or pitting. SS motto retains the light grey background and the reverse has the RZM number etched into the surface. A very good, untouched example of a 1938 SS dagger.
TOTALLY MINT SET OF DE-LUXE RAD OFFICERS DAGGER STRAPS-BEST I HAVE EVER SEEN!!!I have never handled, or owned a better set of these RAD Officers hangers! Un-issued and un-worn, these are as near 'straight from the makers' as you can get after 70 years. They are the de-luxe set, so have better quality fittings,metal swing tops, and wool backed! I cannot find any damage to them apart from a small moth nip to the edge of the wool backing near the top. The original gilt wash is present over most of the fittings, but as with all gilt plated alloy fittings, it has 'sunken into' the metal, now a lot darker than it would have been 70 years ago. The reverse of the fittings, you can see all of the gilt wash. The leather and stitching are 100%. Leather has never been bent or worn, so remains quite stiff, absolutely perfect!! Lower snap clips are DRGM marked, as are the metal swing tops on the leather straps. I cannot emphasise strongly enough how wonderful these straps are. If you have an un-issued RAD Officers dagger with the blued panels still present etc., these are the straps for you. I will never find another set like this!! Not cheap, but quality like this not to be repeated.
LUFTWAFFE FIGHTING KNIFE-IN SUPER CONDITION.A purchase from the SoS, this is a lovely Luftwaffe fighting knife. Exterior is near mint, with 100% of original paint, and hardly any signs of wear at all. Wood grips are fine and a nice colour. VERY tiny crack at top of one grip, can hardly see it, less than 1 mm long!! Blade is very nice indeed, has been cleaned over the years, but is very bright indeed, not sharpened. Has the Waffnampt 'stick bird' deeply stamped into the riccasso showing the number '6' in the middle.
IMPERIAL GERMAN WW1 NAVY DAGGER/SWORD KNOT.This is a very rare knot indeed. The bullion long knot with red and black flecks used on the Imperial navy dagger and possibly the navy sword. considering the age of this item, over 100 years old now, it is remarkable condition. The main bullion cord is now toned a lovely golden colour and the alternating black and red flecks are all along the length. The large bullion ball is also in near perfect condition with minimal wear. If you have any of the Imperial daggers, especially one of the longer ones, this will be a perfect companion. Original knots like this are just not available and very seldom come onto the market.
TOTALLY UNCLEANED/DIRTY EARLY SA, NEAR MINT BLADE.Rescued from my recent trip to America.I am not sure where this dagger has been kept, but the outside has remained uncleaned for more years than I could imagine. The top of the crossguard etc has gone completely black with age and patina. It's a nice, rare maker early SA by WAGNER & LANGE. This is a pretty rare maker, up in the 7 out of 10 region. Dagger has lovely deep wood grip, mahogany in colour. There is a tiny chip missing (long ago!) between the SA button and the top crossguard. No other damage. Nickel fittings to all of the dagger are a deep yellow. Scabbard has all of the original brown anodising, but not the lacquer. All screws are present. The original short hanging strap is present but one loop has broken so the snap clip is attached to the scabbard ring. Again been like that for YEARS! The blade however, has stood the test of time and stayed in near mint condition inside the scabbard. 100% of the crossgrain is there and all the burnishing in the motto. The trademark is on the reverse. One anomaly, the 'Gau' mark 'P' in on the front of the lower crossguard. Usually on the reverse, perhaps it has been swapped round many years ago? Anyway, I will leave it as it is. The dagger has not been taken apart in 100 years and to disturb it would be a crime. The top tang nut is frozen in place and the patina underneath it is un-broken. If you are looking for this rare maker, this is a nice dagger with character.
Code: 2190Price: 495.00 GBP
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