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CLASSIC ARMY OFFICERS DAGGER BY WKC-COMPLETE RIG.This is a standard army officers dagger by the well known maker WKC. It is complete with original hangers and bullion knot and has been uncleaned for many, many years. Cream/white celluloid grip is perfect. All metal fittings are the 'grey'type finish and have not been polished or messed with. The ORIGINAL bullion 42cm knot is tied around the grip and crossguard. Crossguard eagle is the classic 'hatchet beak' type used by WKC. Scabbard is undented and undamaged and has the complete grey finish. Blade is beautiful and virtually mint with all crossgraining etc. It is complete with a good set of army hangers that have a gilt finish to the buckles. Green velvet backings with some carrying wear. A very good example of a WCK dagger.
Code: 2095Price: 525.00 GBP
42CM LONG BULLION KNOT FOR SS 1936 DAGGER?This is a most unusual long bullion knot. Something I missed when I bought it, thinking it was just for an army dagger or similar. This tpe and length of knot, is used on a number of dress daggers, army and Red Cross officers for example. It is also used on the 1936 SS chained dagger. Looking closely at the bottom of the knot, where the 'in-fill' is, I found that the manufacurers have used a piece of the SS Officers sword portapee strapping!! This unique knot, used on the SS Officers swords has a flat silver bullion weave strap with twin black lines running down each side. This is what they have used to finish off this knot ball!!! Coincidence? Maybe, but it certainly shows that whoever made this knot also made the SS Officers sword knot too. A pretty unique 42cm knot here, and would look fantastic on a 1936 SS dagger.
Code: 2094Price: 125.00 GBP
MINT THIRD REICH KREIGSMARINE DAGGERS HANGERS-SUPER PAIR!.I am pleased to offer this lovely set of Third Reich era dagger hangers in gilded aliminium. These are a truely wonderful set with mint moire cloth straps and viirtually mint gilded fittings. There is no discernable wear to the straps or the blue velvet reverse. The bright gilded lion's head buckles are near perfect and both marked with the small 'M' in a diamond to the reverse.
Would go perfectly with a mint 1936+ navy dagger. Hard to find straps in this condition any longer.
Code: 2091Price: 425.00 GBP
SUPERB CONDITION SS CHAINED 1936 OFFICERS DAGGER-MID PERIOD.I am really pleased to offer this fine example of a SS Chained 1936 Officers dagger!! Possibly on the daggers I am asked most about, and one of the hardest to find in good condition and affordable now! These daggers were produced from 1936 to around 1942/43, and followed the same manufacturing pattern as SS '33 daggers and SA daggers. So the later ones were produced under the RZM era and were made of different materials, not the heavy early nickle types. This is a mid-to later type, but is in remarkable condition and looks fantastic. The crossguards are the plated RZM type but have 98% of the nickel plating. The grip in a perfect piece of ebony with a perfect SS button and a mint nickel eagle inset. Scabbard has 99% of the original factory paint, with minor blemishes. Scabbard fittings are nickle plated steel. The type II chains are nickel plated over steel and again are in perfect condition, with great detail to the Skull's heads and SS runes. The SS inspection stamp od SS runes within a hexagonal box are deeply stamped into one reverse link. To match the rest of the dagger, the blade is stone mint. Again it matches the rest of the dagger in being a RZM period type blade, but it is MINT with all crossgraining and no damage or blemishes at all. A really great looking SS chained. If you collect these, then for it's type, this will be difficult to upgrade. With early SS chained daggers fetching $10,000-$11,000 (approx £6500). This is an absolute bargain.
Code: 2092Price: 3895.00 GBP
UNTOUCHED-TEXTBOOK-NSKK 1936 CHAINED DAGGER BY EICKHORN.Whilst they do not carry the 'pazzaz' of SS chained daggers, the Officers 1936 NSKK dagger is actually much rarer. This is an excellent, classic type and will tick all the boxes if you are looking for a 'textbook' example. Although there are great, early all nickel varieties, I think I am safe to say that in my opinion, there early ones were all, period 'upgraded' varieties. Unlike the Ss 1936 chained, which were made as you see them, the NSKK Officers dagger of 1936 had chains added to the exisiting dagger. When the RZM took over control and production, the NSKK chained dagger was made complete in the various factories. Eickhorn seemed to be the most prolific maker, and Eickhorn has come to be the maker that everyone wants. This is an EICKHORN dagger with a blade marking of M7/66 1942. It is a typical dagger made of this period, with later plated fittings and steel plated scabbard fittings and chain. The dagger has been completely left alone and has not been polished or cleaned in a very long time. All fittings have a great age patina too them, giving them a muted 'gilt' look. Both crossguards retain 100% of the nickel plating. Grip is a super piece of lighter coloured wood and the eagle grip insignia is the later grey metal type. Totally period. Scabbard has virtually 100% of the ORIGINAL factory black paint. The lower scabbard fitting has lost some of the original plating to one edge and has gone a little brown with surface corrossion. Very minor. The chain ha again never been cleaned and shows the surface patina. The two reverse links nearest the dagger have the 'NSKK Musterschutz Korpsführungstamping' on one and the RZM maker mark of M5/8 on the other. Great detail to the links on the chain etc. The blade is marked with the RZM code for Eickhorn M7/66 with the year date of 1942. It has 99% of the original factory crossgraining across the complete surface and the motto retains the backgroud etch. there are two very slight finger smudges on the blade, preventing it being full mint. An extremely good looking, untouched NSKK chained.
Code: 2093Price: 2595.00 GBP
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.
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
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