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42cm LONG SILVER BULLION DAGGER KNOT.This is a near perfect long dagger knot for use on Army, Red Cross and SS chained daggers, amongst others. In great condition, with quite a thick cord. Will suit whatever you need it to go on!! 100% original.
LUFTWAFFE/ARMY THIRD REICH PARA 'GRAVITY' KNIFE.a VERY GOOD EXAMPLE OF THE EARLIER TYPE OF PARATROOPERS KNIFE. nON-TAKE DOWN VARIETY, with nickel fittings and dark wood grips. One grip has been engraved with the original owner name, looks like Bucl or Buck. Blade works properly, spine spring is fine and the marlin spike is waffanampt marked. Blade is very clean and undamaged. Has been lightly sharpened only. There is a nice but feint trademark to Paul Weyersberg etched into the surface. Decent combat knife.
Code: 2068Price: 495.00 GBP
THIRD REICH NAVY DAGGER BY EICKHORN.A standard issue dagger with all brass fittings. No original fire gilt remains on the brass surfaces, so it has the normal brass looking finish. Good white celluloid rip with twisted brass wire shows no cracks or damage. Brass scabbard has a few carrying dents, but nothing serious. Blade is fine, but has been polished some time ago. Etch is still very clear, but overall surface finish is a little grey. Overall a decent example and priced accordingly.
Code: 2067Price: 450.00 GBP
A NEAR MINT EXAMPLE OF NAVY DAGGER BY EICKHORN.It is good to still find daggers like this. Came froma family in Susex and has not been in a collection. Dagger retains perhaps 85-90% of the original fire gilt throught the dagger. This process was applied over the brass fittings and gave the dagger real 'wow' appeal. Over the years it has usually worn off or been polished off, so lovely to find one like this.Cream celluloid grip with brass twisted wire. Original bullion knot is tied around the hilt in the correct manner. Scabbard is in excellent condition, there is a slight carrying indentation towards the bottom, but nothing serious. Blade has the post 1938 Eickhorn trademark stamped into the riccasso. The blade is mirror bright and has 100% ot the grey background finish to the etched blade. A nice dagger!
RAD OFFICERS DAGGER WITH LEATHER STRAPS BY WKC.This is a really nice example of the RAD Officers dress dagger, complete with the original leather hanging straps. There is very little oxidisation to the fittings, as is common with these pieces. In fact there is just a small patch underneath the birds beak on the pommel. Nothing else. Full silver plating elsewhere. Scabbard is perfect with no dents or damage. 100% silver plating with places showing the lacquer and frosting still. Blade is also near mint, with crossgraining and full polish. Grey background to the motto. WKC trademark etched into blade. Brown leather hanging straps show very little age and are perfectly supple and useable. Aluminium top clip and snap clips. A very nice, collectable and presentable RAD dagger.
Code: 2065Price: 1950.00 GBP
EARLY SA WITH RARE MAKER AND ENGRAVED UNIT MARKINGS.This is a very rare maker early SA. Has the fox's head trademark of GUSTAV VOSS Solingen. Out of the 1 to 10 rating, (1 being most common) this comes in at 10, with an estimated 1000 units ever being produced. In addition there are TWO sets of markings. STAMPED along the reverse crossguard 14/32344. Beautifully ENGRAVED on the upper scabbrd fitting Br.16/12530. Lower crossguard is also Gau stamped Nm which was for Nordmark, in north Germany in the Kiel area. dagger is in uncleaned condition, all nickel fittings have toned to a dull yellow. Scabbard has 100% of the brown anodising and a good percentage of the lacquer. Bottom ball has been dropped at some time and is slightly split. The blade is in nice overall condition, very clean and bright, with a few grey finger/age smudges here and there. UNFORTUNATELY, someone in the past has perhaps used the dagger to 'sword fight' or hit a sharper edge. Along the bottom side of the blade are 4 small nicks to the blade edge. They are perhaps 1mm deep. A real shame, and they actully do not look bad at all. Without these the dagger would have rated at near mint and been £600+ with the rare maker and the engravings. I have priced it accordingly. It is still a cracking dagger, with character and rarety. This is ionly the SECOND SA by Voss I have owned in 35 years of collecting!
Code: 2064Price: 465.00 GBP
LATE WAR VARIATION HJ BOYS KNIFE-CELLULOID ACCESORIES.There were many subtle variations of HJ knives. The early war period ones were most interesting, however as the war developed, natural resources became scarce and different materials were used. I have seen Hj daggers with the belt loop and cross strap made of pressed paper and hardended fabric. Sadly these are VERY rare as time has destroyed the material if it was not kept in a very dry environment. One of the materials that did survive, was celluloid. They used it as an early form of plastic and molded many things from it. Dagger grips (luft and army) being prime examples. However, they also used it on HJ daggers to make the belt loop and top dagger pommel loop. Made in black celluloid it served the job well. Unfortunately, it becomes very brittle with age and nearly all of the hJ daggers I have owned made like this, something has cracked or broken as the celluloid goes very hard. This HJ knife is in extremely nice condition and has a PERFECT celluloid belt loop and cross strap. It is quite hard, but works as it should and the cross loop popper fixing snaps shut etc. Dagger is in great condition and has nearly all of the nickel plating over the grey metal hilt and crossguard. Nice original black paint. Blade has NO maker markings or RZM markings at all. Blade is in overall very nice, bright condition, no been sharpened. There is some slight surface roughness to one side, at the bottom. I think soem moisture was trapped inside the scabbard and affected the blade a little. Nice HJ knife and if you collect types and variations, this is one for you. Very unusual to get a complete, undamaged one of these.
Code: 2063Price: 275.00 GBP
LUFTWAFFE 2nd PATTN DAGGER -WHITE GRIP-'SPECIAL OFFER'If I purchase items at a reasonable cost, I do try and pass that on to my customers. I realise this is a very expensive hobby, so if i can offer a decant dagger at an affordable cost, I will. This is a decent example of a Luftwaffe dagger with white celluloid over wood grip, decent blade and maker marked by EICKHORN. It came in with a few other items, less the pommel which was missing. Luckily I had a spare one, so were able to compete the dagger, as you see it now. Grip is fine with no cracks or damage. Springy wire is all complete. Blade is a nice plated example and has the etched Eickhorn trademark for post 1938. Scabbard is a 'blued' variety, no problems apart from a dent on the reverse between the hanger rings. good looking dagger, and priced right.
NEAR MINT HJ DAGGER WITH 'BOWIE' TYPE BLADE.Firstly I purchased this dagger because of the condition to the exterior, was not until I pulled it from the scabbard that I saw it had a 'bowie' variation blade. Dagger itself is really nice, with 100% nickel plating to all the surfaces and 98% or the original scabbrd paint. The black leather belt loop and cross loop are also nearly mint. Reverse of belt loop is marked with oakleaf makers mark. Blade is also near mint, with some strane small surface scratches, otherwise all the surface crossgraining is there. It is marked with the RZM M7/13, which is Arthur Schuttelhofer & Co., Solingen-Wald.Grip plates are perfect and there is a very nice enamel HJ diamond deeply inset in the grip. The blade has obviously been ground to form the bowie shape, and I am sure this was period done, as the actual blade is slightly longer and thicker than others I have compared it with. Manufactureres were looking for different ways to attract their customers, and making the blade a different shape was one of them. It is possible this could have been done after the war, but I think not. It's beautifull done, expertly with precision. It's how the factory would have done them anyway, so who knows! Great looking piece, and great condition.
THIRD REICH LONG K98 DRESS BAYONET WITH FROG AND KNOT.Dress bayonets are still very common, but are still very collectable, especially if they are complete and early. This is a nice example, is maker marked with the early ALCOSO trademark of ACS with scales, on reverse of the blade. Bayonet is the long version and is complete with a very nice leather frog and a divisional/regimental portapee, red and grey. Bayonet is in overall very good condition. Most of the original paint is on the scabbard. The crossguard and pommel retain their nickel plating. Blade is mint with all nickel plating. Excellent value for money (frog and knot would sell separately for £90 pair!)
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