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TENO OFFICERS DAGGER WITH ORANGE GRIP & KNOT.A very good example of the fabulous TENO Officers dress dagger. Both of the TENO dress daggers, man’s and Officers, were only made by EICKHORN, so are very consistent in quality etc. The crossguard and pommel are cast in aluminium and then nickel plated. There is then an artificial ‘blackening’ aging process applied to the complete dagger which gives it an antique look. Some daggers still have this finish remaining but most TENO Officers pieces have had it removed or polished off! This is the case with this dagger and it has lost most of the blackening, it is only evident in the crevices and hidden areas. The pommel features a cogwheel, the crossguard is a styalises eagle and swastika incorporating the TENO symbol. The solid celluloid grip has turned a deep orange. Like many other daggers with celluloid grips, environment and exposure change the colour. This one was yellow and has darkened to orange. There is a short 23cm original knot tied around the grip. Scabbard is silver/nickel plated, and has lost most of the chemical blackening. It is still evident in the recesses etc. All TENO officers daggers are numbered and stamped into the blade surface is 0737. This is repeated on the scabbard throat, 737. The blade is a super plated variety, with the etched Eickhorn squirrel and the TENO eagle. Blade is in near mint condition.
Code: 3001Price: 3495.00 GBP
LOVELY EXAMPLE OF AN EARLY NICKEL LUFTWAFFE SWORD BY SMF.Always a great favourite with collectors as I think their design conjours up medieval and tutonic times. In superb condition overall and very clean indeed. Brass sunwheel swastikas inset to the pommel and crossguard with silver background intact. Fabulous downswept quillions. The dark blue Morocco leather grip and scabbard and in perfect condition. No tears or damage, some slight age bruising. Twin grip wires running around the grip. The original crescent hanger is permanently attached to the top scabbard fitting rings. Blade is heavily nickel plated and in stone mint condition. The SMF ‘seared king’ trademark is deeply etched into the blade surface and the is a nice Waffanampt inspection stick bird stamped into the surface nearby. A wonderful, classic example of an early Luftwaffe sword.
Code: 3000Price: 995.00 GBP
RARE THIRD RIECH NAVAL 'DIE GOSCH' FLAG.Effectively a Third Reich National flag with red background and a white circle with swastika centre. Measures 1.0m x 1.7m. It's made of the normal, quite rough cotton fabric, that most of the Third Reich larger flags are made from. 'Die Gosch' means prow or mast in German so IN PORT this flag would have been flown instead of a battle flag. The word 'GOSCH' in heavily printed along the white linen hem, along with the size 1.0 x 1.7. At the other end there is an ink stamp for the manufacturer, but it's difficult to read. The flag is complete with the sewn-in lanyard rope. There are a few age/moth holes on the flag, due to time and storage, but nothing bad or serious. In the white circle of the flag, the soldier/sailor who bought this back as a souvenir, has written his name in old ink. It reads 'Alfred Guy' and is in nice period slanted writing. A possible research project, but the name is quite common. A nice, personalised touch though.
Code: 2998Price: 325.00 GBP
NICE 1st PATTN. LUFTWAFFE DAGGER BY EICKHORN.A very good, but not mint example of a 1st Luftwaffe dagger with all nickel fittings etc. Its made by the quality maker EICKHORN, the blade has the trademark used from around 1935 to about 1941. As the fittings on this dagger are all nickel, I would judge this to have been made quite early on, in 1935, before materials changed. Dagger has very nice age patina, especially to the hilt and pommel. The brass swastikas on both are still very clear and seem to have the remains of the gilded finish. Original leather to the grip with triple wire wrap. Wire loose in some places, but all there. Scabbard has dark blue leather covering and again solid nickel fittings, including a lovely solid nickel chain and belt clip. Chain has 8 upper rings and 13 lower ones. All scabbard screws are present. Blade is nice and bright, and has the original blue pebbled leather buffer. Blade has been polished over the years, so no evidence of original crossgrain polish. This is a steel blade, not plated so would just have been finished to a high luster, similar to as it is now. A bit of staining around and near the crossguard, but no pitting or damage. A decent Luftwaffe dagger, not unreasonably priced.
Code: 2997Price: 645.00 GBP
LUFTWAFFE SURVIVAL MACHETE BY ALCOSO.These were standard German Aircrew issue to the bomber crews operating in tropical or near tropical climates. Was originally part of the kit inside the aircraft. Large plain bolo slab steel type blade with single sharp edge. ALCOSO trademark stamped up neat the crossguard. Perfect hardwood grip with grooves. Hilt made of cast brass. Flat steel scabbard is in great condition with original paint. There is a bayonet type lug on one side, which was there for the canvas frog. A rare edged weapon, no rally a dagger, but part of Luftwaffe equipment.
REICHSDIENSTFLAG (SERVICE FLAG) 1.5x 2.5.A good sized Dienst flag in good condition. Measures 1.5m x 2.5m and is marked on the white cotton rope sleeve. No other makers marks. It has ‘CuxHaven’ hand written in ink also on the hem. This is the place where it was liberated from and is on the North German coast.iFlag has very good colours, seen flying edge and reinforced corners by the rope sleeve. There are a few age holes or small tears. Mainly from vermin/mouse when stored. A good quality display item.
Code: 2996Price: 365.00 GBP
TERRIBLY RARE LONG BULLION SWORD KNOT FOR IMPERIAL NAVY SWORD.This is a knot you just won't find! There really do not turn up on their own, and if you have an Imperial naval sword without one, here is the opportunity. A long knot, over 44cm in length and made of thick bullion cord. Due to it's age (over 100 years) it's darkened down somewhat, but ideal for a 100 year old sword! The bullion has turned a golden colour and the black and red flecks are quite noticeable along the thread. The large ball is silver bullion and the 'stuffing' at the bottom is red and black cord. Ready to tied back on your Imperial sword! Don't miss this.
Code: 2995Price: 225.00 GBP
PORTEPEE/KNOTS FOR THIRD REICH POLICE BAYONET.A good, original example of the knot used on the Third Reich police bayonets. Suitable for any of the bayonets used by the police from 1933-45, either short or long, with and without clamshells. Cloth strap with red and silver lines, green and silver ball. Has been on a bayonet. I have several of these.
Code: 2994Price: 70.00 GBP
RARE SOLID GREEN KNOT FOR FORESTRY OR SHOOTING DAGGER.This knot is absolutely correct for either a Subordinate Forestry cutlass (with stag grips) or the equally rare Shooting Association cutlass/dagger. The ball is solid green woven material, as is the green strap. Has been on a dagger at some time, so shows a bit of wear. If you are looking to complete either of these daggers in your collection, here is the knot for you. Really hard to find!
THIRD REICH POLICE OFFICERS SWORD AND KNOT.A nice example of the Police Officers dagen. This one is by PETER DAN KREBS. A company also known for making very nice SS officers swords. The Police were under the control of the SS, so logical that both are made by the same company. This example is very nice, has it's original leather knot with red/green thread and green silver ball. Sword measures 36.5" overall with a nice mint 33" blade. Good solid grip with aluminium wire and a nice deep set police eagle. Nickel plating is very good all round. As I mentioned, blade is mint and has the Lobster trademark of Krebs in a shield. The 2 SS inspection marks or SS-'Kulturzeichen' are stamped into the top scabbard throat and underneath the crossguard. Scabbard is gloss black paint with a few age chips and scratches. There is a very small dent etc just near the bottom of the scabbard, as it was obviously caught in a door or similar. A very nice example of a police sword.
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