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SA DAGGER BY EICKHORN RZM 1939 WITH TRIPLE HANGER.
This is a really nice example of a double marked RZMperiod SA dagger by Eickhorn. The plated fittings are virtually mint with no lifting. A perfect hardwood grip with SA button and grey metal grip eagle. The scabbard has ALL of the original factory paint. Itís interesting to see how they painted directly on to bare metal. The metal surface was horizontally roughened with tiny lines, this created a surface the paint could adhere to. You can see the lines beneath the paint! Both metal scabbard fittings are near perfect with just some slight age to them. There is a triple marching hanger attached to the scabbard ring. Consists of the short hanger with unmarked snap clip. The oval buckle is RZM marked on the under rim. There is a D ring leather belt hanger and attached to that is the rare smaller grip loop with snap popper. All seem completely period to this piece. Really completes a nice dagger. Blade is in near mint condition, with crossgrain polish and grey background to the letters. The post 1938 Eickhorn trademark appears on the reverse riccasso underneath the RZM circle and the M7/66 1939. A nice complete
example and very difficult to find in this condition.

Code: 2983Price: 595.00 GBP

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LIGHT BLUE 2nd Pattn. RLB 'BEVO' ARMBAND.
A light blue all cotton, RLB armband showing the 2nd Pattn RLB insignia sewn 'BEVO' style into the blue cotton fabric. Armband is sewn together and on the reverse also has the makers initials also sewn into the fabric seam. 'Ges Gesch N & R ' A great armband to go with a RLB display etc.

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COTTON 'BEVO' TYPE NSDAP PARTY ARMBAND.
You can see this has been removed from a jacket or shirt as there is still most of the thread around the edges! armband is open, ie the ends are not sewn together and it's obviously been removed from something. Red thick cotton body with a circular white cotton centre with the black swastika woven into the white fabric 'bevo' style. In used but very good condition overall.

Code: 2981Price: 80.00 GBP


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A COMPLETE THREE PIECE HANGER FOR EARLY SA.
Along with the SA collection I purchased, was this lovely 3 piece marching hanger. I don't know if it was actually ON one of the daggers I have listed, but I purchased it loose, so am selling it as such. Absolutley ideal for any of the EARLY SA daggers I have, it consists of the normal short leather hanger with nickel snub-nosed solid nickel clip, a belt loop with D ring, and the smaller loop with popper snap clip, that goes around the narrow part of the grip. All metal fittings are nickel, all leather is brown and in excellent condition. Designed to stop the dagger swinging around too much when marching etc. Difficult to find complete as the little grip loop does not survive!

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SHORT HOLLER ETCHED 'MEMORY OF SERVICE TIME' DRESS BAYONET WITH STAG GRIPS.
A lovely little piece! These were purchased by family members or the soldiers themselves as recognition of their service in the armed forces. Most dagger manufacturers offered them in their catalogues, and they were obviously a popular money maker for them. This particular type of dress bayonet is made by HOLLER and features in the original, period HOLLER catalogue. It's also shown in the etched bayonet book by Wayne Tychet. It has the added option of real stag grip plates. The bayonet slot has a green felt insert, and combined with the stag grips, this probably was for a soldier in a Jager Regiment. Hilt parts are all nickel plated and just have the slightest lifting and age in places. Stag grips. Black painted scabbard in virtually stone mint with 100% original black paint. There seems to have been a frog on the bayonet at some time as the paint under where one would have rested is completely smooth, whereas the other half of the short scabbard has some age 'spidering' to the exposed surface. No damage, chips or dents. The blade is spectacular, and stone mint in every respect. The quality of original, period etching on these bayonets is actually a work of art. The detail is razor crisp, perfectly executed and deeply etched. this is the 'memory of my service time' etch with a closed wing Wehrmacht eagle and swastika at each end. The short carbine blade is perfect. The FW HOLLER oval trademark is stamped into the reverse riccasso. There is a black leather blade buffer.

Code: 2979Price: 575.00 GBP

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SMF LUFTWAFFE 2nd Pattn DAGGER WITH OWNERS INITIALS - COMPLETE RIG.
This is a very nice piece indeed and is totally complete with original 23cm bullion knot and original set of straps. With a perfect light orange solid celluloid grip and bright aluminium fittings, this Luftwaffe dagger by SMF really looks the part. Has springy aluminium grip wire, mint original 23cm knot. Both the reverse of the Crossguard and the top of the scabbard have been nicely personalised by the original owner with his initials ' V D '. Whilst there must be quite a few Luftwaffe personnel with these initials, a research project could work. Scabbard is a lovely nickel plated variety and is dent and damage free with full plating coverage with no lifting. The blade is stone mint, and is exactly as it left the factory i.e. with the SMF logo still UNDERNEATH the Crossguard eagle and swastika. (after 40 years of handling 1000's of daggers, the 'untouched' ones, those straight out of the woodwork etc., inevitably have the blades like this, with the maker mark underneath the crossguard eagle. No idea why as you would have thought the logical place is visible on the other side, but that's what I have observed) So the SMF 'seated king' logo is there along with the stamped Waffenampt inspection mark. The blade is a nickel plated variety with needle sharp point. The dagger also has the benefit of the original hanging straps. These are in great condition and are the standard type with plain aluminium fittings and clips, which all work well. Bullion straps are blue velvet backed. There is a little period repair/strengthening to the top of one strap where is rubs against the top clip. A really nice, complete dagger.

Code: 2978Price: 595.00 GBP

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AMAZING 1929 OR 1st PATTN NAVY DAGGER WITH KNOT & HAMMERED SCABBARD.
I am very pleased to offer this piece of German navy dagger history. Often referred to as the '1st Pattern' navy dagger, it is really the 1929 type. Worn between the wars by the Weimar navy. It changed little into the Third Reich period with just an altered pommel, depicting the eagle and swastika instead. It is quite rare to find these daggers, as the sike of the German navy was drastically reduced by the Versailles treaty. It was also very easy to convert these into Third Reich pieces by just buying a new pommel! Dagger is in virtually mint condition. 98% of the fire gilt remaining on all surfaces. Pommel is known as a 'flaming ball' type, but is actually cresting waves running around it. Wonderful celluloid grip with brass twisted wire. Standard navy Crossguard with push button release. Scabbard is the HAMMERED variety and again has 98% of the fire gilt present. Blade is stone mint. Normal navy stiletto type with twin fullers. It bears no makers marks at all and is completely plain, which is quite common for these daggers. Looking at the fittings on the rest of the dagger, it looks to be of WKC manufacture. There is an original red felt buffer in between the blade and the crossguard. Tied in the correct navy configuration is an original 42cm knot in cream celluloid. Again it looks to have been on there for MANY years and is set in place. This is a SUPER example of a hard to find naval variation. (One identical to this has just been listed on a very popular American site for over $2000.) These are rare things.

Code: 2977Price: 995.00 GBP

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RZM M7/66 EICKHORN NSKK DOUBLE MARKED. factory issued.
Along with the early SA daggers in this private collection, there were some good later examples made in the RZM period. This example is by Eickhorn and has the RZM circle with the code M7/68 along with the date of manufacture 1939. It also has the large etched Eickhorn squirrel below these marks. The crossguards are nickel plated over grey base metal and have a little plate lifting to the edges where they have reacted with the wood grip. This is evident to the upper and lower crosguards. Nice plain wood grip with alloy/grey grip eagle. Scabbard is factory painted black gloss paint and has 100% covering but has 'spidering' and surface undulations due to the age and reaction to the metal. The blade is in very good order. Blackening to the motto letters, it's been preserved in factory grease for 70+ years, evidence still remains, but the surface has been slightly affected by this in places and is a little grey and smudgy in some areas. Overall a very good example of a later. factory issued NSKK dagger.

Code: 2976Price: 450.00 GBP

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SUPERB EARLY SA BY GEBRUDER BELL. MINT EXAMPLE.
Another wonderful example from this private SA collection. This early dagger has the GEBRUDER BELL trademark etched into the reverse surface of the blade. The dagger has been left alone and uncleaned for a great number of years, resulting in a nice even patina. Never been taken apart. All surfaces are crisp and clean. Super mid coloured hardwood grip. Perfect SA button and grip eagle. Lower Crossguard is Gau marked Sw for Sudwest, a region in the South West of Germany with Stuttgard as it's capital. Scabbard is perfect and complete. It has all of the original lacquer coating over the complete brown anodised finish. The blade is a stunning mint example with all factory crossgrain polish and blackening in the motto letters.Gebruder Bell. It is ranked 7 out of 10 on the SA McSarr rarity-rating list.

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CLASSIC EARLY SA BY EICKHORN EX-ROHM WITH EARLY MARK.
This is a very good example of an early maker SA dagger that was originally presented by Ernst Rohm. Made by Eickhorn, it has the early small oval trademark used from 1933-1935, and is placed very near the crossguards.This is one of about 8 or 9 very similar trademarks used by Eickhorn at this time.(this one has a smooth upright tail and no eyes in the squirrel) Each one very slightly different. The smaller size a position was to fit in the complete Rohm etching that would have been on the reverse of this blade. As per Hitlers instructions after Rohm was murdered, this Rohm dedication was completely removed from the blade surface. This example has been beautifully factory done, and the blade re-polished. Not trace of the etch remains, but the profite of the blade and thickness has been altered. The dagger is a beautiful example of Eickhorn's quality workmanship and use of materials. Perfect fitting crossguards, lovely wood grip. The lower Crossguard is stamped with the Gau letters Wf for Westfalen . A region in Western Germany with Cologne it's capital. It is also stamped UNDERNEATH the guard with the number 9, known as a benchmark stamp. This would have identified the worker who made it. Scabbard has a pretty good finish, but there is a little wear to the surface of the brown anodising due to probably hand wear when being worn. The blade is a pristine example, with all factory crossgrain polish and the dark burnishing in the motto letters.

Code: 2974Price: 695.00 GBP

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