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VERY PRESENTABLE HJ KNIFE-RZM BUT PERSONALISED.This is a nice, used example of a 1939 period HJ boys knife. Original owner has carefully scratched his name and initials to the back of the scabbard. Nice grip with perfect HJ diamond. 95% of nickel plating on the hilt intact.Black leather belt loop and cross strap are fine and supple and the popper works well. Scabbard paint is all original, and whilst some is worn off on the bottom , it's about 85% intact. Blade is very clean with no damage or rust, has been used and very slightly sharpened, but is a very nice blade otherwise. Top of reverse is stamped with deep RZM circle and beside it is M7/49 and 1939 date. This is the code for Friedrich Herder Abr. Sohn, a good, well known maker. Nice HJ knife!!
Code: 2276Price: 255.00 GBP
SHORT 23cm SILVER BULLION DAGGER KNOT FOR LUFTWAFFE ETC.This is the shorter 23cm silver bullion dagger knot, usually associated with the Luftwaffe 2nd Pattn dagger. It is aslo seen on the long 1st Pattn Luftwaffe dagger and on the TENO Oficers dagger amongst a few others. In used but perfect condition, all silver bullion cord in perfect condition. I have 3 of these, virtually identical. Both in perfect order and ready to go on your dagger.Hard to find ORIGINAL knots in this condition. Both knots have been on daggers.
Code: 2275Price: 75.00 GBP
BEAUTIFUL IMPERIAL GERMAN (BAVARIAN?) LARGE GOLD SWORD KNOT.A super thing here and from the Imperial German era I am sure. Wide black leather strap with triple gold wire lines running the length of the strap. The large ball is gold wire and has the bottom infill in powder blue. Considering this is 100 years old, this is in great condition. Black wide leather strap is still supple and will tie on a large Imperial sword hilt. Great looking knot.
THIRD REICH OFFICERS SWORD KNOT.This is the standard sword knot as tied and worn to 99% of Third Reich army officers parade swords. Green leather strap with twin silver wire lines and silver bullion ball. In near perfect used condition, this has been on a sword at some time, so will go nicely on your lion's head or dove head sword. IN HAVE 2 NEARLY IDENTICAL
Code: 2273Price: 65.00 GBP
UNISSUED MINT POLICE OFFICERS SWORD KNOT-WIDE LEATHER.I acquired two of these from a contact in Germany. A mint, 100% original example of the large sword knot or portapee for the Police Officer parade sword. This is the proper sword knot, with wide leather strap and large bullion ball. Has the alternating police colours of red/silver on black leather strap. Ideal if you have a nice mint or near mint Police Officers sword.
Code: 2272Price: 75.00 GBP
EARLY SA DAGGER, UNTOUCHED BY 'DANIEL PERES'.A nice find and straight from a ex-veteran family. I was contacted about this last week and the dagger arrived shortly afterwards. A very nice example that has not been on the market before. Untouched and un-cleaned. An early nickel type (of course). Nice mid colour wood grip, undamaged. Nickel grip eagle. Lower crossgaurd Gau marked No. Scabbard has 50% of the original copper coloured lacquer over the top of the brown anodising. The anodising seems to have bubbled through the lacquer on the lower half, probably due to old handling. Still an excellent scabbard and finish. Lower ball very slightly dented. Top scabbard ring has the original nickel snap clip from the short hanger, but the leather and buckle have gone to time. Blade is nearly MINT, if it wasn't for a couple of old finger smudges, it WOULD be mint. All the crossgraining is present and all the background burnish in the motto and trademark. This is a very nice dagger made by DANIEL PERES-SOLINGEN. Trademark is a barrell in an oval. I have not seen this maker much at all, and is a 8 out of 10 on the rariety scale. Hopefully one you may not have in your collection? Very nice early dagger.
1st Pattn. ALUMINIUM LUFTWAFFE DAGGER WITH PORTEPEE - HORSTER.A really lovely dagger this, and again thei has never been in a collection and has just come from a private family source. The aluminium daggers tend to be either really lovely or quite worn and sad. This is a beautiful example and has all the gilt present on all 4 swastikas on the pommell and the crossguards. Very nice blue leather to the grip and the scabbard. You can see it has been worn and is 70+ years old, but the condition is fantastic, with no damage, nothing missing etc. Grip is wrapped with triple thin aluminium wire. Scabbard has near mint aluminium scabbard fittings, and a great aluminium chain with OLC marked belt clip. The blade is marvellous, is heavily nickel plated and has the HORSTER logo deeply etched to the top wider part of the blade. Blade is in MINT condition. IN ADDITION to all of this, the dagger has the original LONG 42cm bullion portapee still tied in the original position. Whilst the shorter 23cm knot was usually worn with this dagger, you occassionally see the longer one worn. This has been on there FOR EVER, I had a look underneath the cord on the crossguard, and there is ages of dust and patina, after being tied there 70 years!! A really nice aluminuim 1st Luftwaffe dagger. Worthy of any collection. (Re-listed due to time waister)
RAREST SA DAGGER ACCESSORY - GRIP STRAP & BELT LOOP!This is the part always missing form a SA hanger. It is the small grip strap and belt loop, that completes the 3-piece SA hanger. They are virtually impossible to find, and 3 piece hangers are now around £200 when complete. This small leather loop fixed around the top narrow part of the SA dagger grip and when connected to the short hanger, stopped the dagger swinging around and kept it close to the wearer. Because they took a lot of pressure, they wore out or snapped. This one is in excellent condition, nice a supple and the belt loop is the same colour leather too. If you need to complete the 3-piece hanger on your EARLY SA, then don't miss this little loop.
SILVER ADMINISTRATION NAVY DAGGER - ALCOSO.Well, I have been a collector for over 40 years now, and one of my favourites was and still is, navy daggers. In all those years I have only ever seen 2 or 3 'silver' navy daggers. As far as I have ever found out there was not an 'official' administration navy dagger. The administration section of the navy did wear all silver insignia, belt buckle and even their dagger hangers were in silver. It does seem sensible that their daggers should be silver too, but to date I have found no official documentation to say they had silver daggers. That being said, this dagger is right in every detail. The silver plating is heavy and complete. It shows great age and patina. The areas that remain uncleaned around the throat and the scabbard rings etc, are thick with old residue. Scabbard is completely straight, no damage or dents. Blade is a plain, un-etched version and has the late ALCOSO sideways trademark, with scales beside. Grip is cream celluloid and in perfect condition. In my opinion, the few silver daggers that DO exist, were privately done. Usually a 'silver' example is a late war variety, with all the gilt cleaned off. This is certainly not one of those, and considerable care and expertise has gone into making this a silver plated dagger. A good looking thing, and put it together with a set of administration hangers, you will have a unique piece.
WONDERFUL NAVY DAGGER-HOLLER-HAMMERED SCABBARD & SAILING SHIP BLADE.This is one of the navy daggers that everyone is looking for. FW HOLLER were a premium manufacturer, and they only made a navy dagger with a sailing ship blade. There was no other type. The hammered scabbard was an extra cost item. This beautiful navy dagger is in superb condition. There is at least 85% of the original fire gilt left on the fittings. A few places where it has rubbed off on the hammered scabbard the brass has turned a plum colour. The grip is cream celluloid and is wrapped with the copper 'springy wire' unique to Holler daggers (they used it on swords, 1st Lufts, etc etc). Blade again is stone mint, with the Holler etch on one side of the riccasso. Both sides of the blade have the lovely grey etch in mint condition, showing the sailing ships and anchor above. A really great navy dagger.
Code: 2267Price: 850.00 GBP
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