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NSKK DAGGER BY EICKHORN RZM M7/66 WITH BLACK HANGER.
Part of a collection of SA daggers I purchased in North London recently. All untouched and left alone. This is a factory produced NSKK dagger by Eickhorn, with the double transitional trademark of the Eickhorn squirrel and the RZM code M7/66 underneath. It is also complete with the original black leather short hanger and clip, which has never been off this dagger. Clip is marked with the Assmann symbol and the RZM code too. Never been apart, the dagger has very good plating to the upper and lower crossguards, with just the slightest oxidization on one edge next to the wood grip. Nice SA button, nickel grip eagle. The wood grip has no chips or pieces missing. There are a couple of hairline cracks to the obverse and reverse, where the wood has expanded due to storage. Nothing missing and there a re not a problem. Dagger never been disassembled as far as I can see. Scabbard has it's original factory black paint. Quite a lot of spidering here and there. A little thin up beside the top fitting on the front. The nickel plated steel fittings have lost a little of their plating due to corrosion, obviously damp where it was once stored. This is mainly on the lower edge of the top fitting. All screws present and unturned. The blade is undamaged and in very good condition. Surface is a little grey, but would obviously benefit from a little careful cleaning. Eickhorn trademark etc etched on the reverse side. Motto on the obverse nice and clear. Not a mint dagger, but a good piece, and priced accordingly. A factory produced Eickhorn NSKK.

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RARE MAKER RZM SA DAGGER-DATED 1938.
Whist there are a lot of collectors who love the earlier SA daggers, and collect them by maker. Some of these makers are extremely rare due to the numbers produced, and therefore fetch quite high sums. However, some of the RZM produced pieces are also hard to find, especially in good condition. Due to the change in materials used, decent RZM pieces are very hard to find, as they suffer from plating lifting and oxidisation on the fittings. This is a RARE RZM maker and thankfully it is also in extremely good condition. The blade is in MINT condition, with all crossgrain polish remaining, burnish in the motto and a super RZM number. This is HUGE and deeply etched into the reverse blade. It's RZM M7/69/38. This is for the unusual maker H.A. Erbe AG., Schmalkalden. To be honest, I cannot remember having one like this before, I certainly would have remembered the unique thick RZM marking! Dagger has a fine brown wood grip with no splits or damage. Perfect SA button and a nickel grip eagle. The upper and lower crossguards also seem to be nickel as they were obviously using older stock up at this time. The RZM code indicates that this was made in 1938, a transitional time. Everything fits like a glove, and the dagger has never been apart. Scabbard has nickel plated STEEL fittings, in very good condition too. All screws present and unturned. The scabbard body is damage and dent free and has 85% of the original brown factory paint still present. It's interesting to note (and you see this a lot on RZM SA painted scabbards) that where the dagger has been worn and handled, the brown paint shows black paint underneath. These scabbards were used for the NSKK and the SA, so black first and then if SA, were sprayed brown! A very nice looking dagger, RARE maker with a mint blade.

Code: 3464Price: 625.00 GBP

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LARGE NSDAP-PARTY LONG BUILDING DRAPE (OR POSSIBLY A VEHICLE ID FLAG)
A typical souvenir bring back. This is quite a large NSDAP/PARTY flag used as a building drape and either hung from the Town Hall or on other important buildings during a parade or similar. It measures 176 x 52 (14.5 x 4.3). Made of a very nice quality red linen and made in several parts. The flag body, then the white cotton circle and the black swastika is separately applied and stitched on, not printed. Excellent colour, no fading. A very few odd holes (which are little tears, not moth). Along each side and at each corner are re-enforcing patches sew into the fabric as well as brass eyelets to accept the supporting or fixing ropes. A very good example of its type.

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EXTREMELY RARE LUFTWAFFE SURVIVAL MACHETE WITH TROPICAL FROG.
These are obviously not 'dress' or 'parade' weapons, but really part of combat and survival equipment. I have had a few of these over the years, but not very many. This one is in very good condition indeed, and is complete with the green webbing frog, nearly always missing, and much rarer than the machete itself! These are only made by the ALCOSO company, and true to form, the trademarks fifer on earlier and later made pieces. The earlier machetes had sold brass grips and the blade trademark was the early type of the ALCOSO name over a set of scales. The later ones (like this) had blued steel hilts and the trademark was in script and ran horizontally along the blade. These machetes were standard issue for Luftwaffe bomber crews working in tropical or sub tropical climates etc. It was part of their survival kit. This knife is in amazing condition overall, with just few spots of corrosion to the blued surface on the hilt and crossguard quillion. The rest of the metal surfaces, including all of the smooth steel scabbard have their original blued steel finish. The blade is also in very good order indeed. Nice and bright with no damage or nicks to the cutting edge, which seems never to have been used. The ORIGINAL green webbing frog, has ALWAYS been on the scabbard. You can see the dirt and dust underneath the edges etc, and it's virtually 'welded' to the scabbard body, as it has never been off! A really great item indeed.

Code: 3460Price: 1850.00 GBP

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ARMY OFFICERS DRESS DAGGER BY WKC.
This is a classic and completely text-book army officers dagger by WKC. It has a very nice tangerine orange celluloid grip. All the metal fittings are a similar grey colour, having aged together over the years. Crossguard is a very identifiable WKC product with an eagle with 'hatchet' beak! Scabbard is in very good order, with just a very small carrying dent right at the very bottom. Blade is virtually stone mint with all the original crossgrain polish. The WKC knights head trademark is positioned underneath the crossguard eagle ( in my opinion exactly how they came out of the factory, trademark on the obverse side). A nice army dagger.

Code: 3459Price: 425.00 GBP

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UNISSUED 23CM BULLION KNOT IN ISSUE BOX.
A nice find this and purchased from a contact in Germany. A stone mint 23cm bullion knot/portepee complete in the box it was sold in! Unfortunately the cardboard lid has gone missing, but the main body is there, complete with period staples holding the corners together. Knot is in 'shop new' condition, and perhaps should stay in the box and be displayed with a mint, unissued dagger.

Code: 3461Price: 95.00 GBP


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EARLY RARE SA RESERVE ARMBAND.
This is actually a rare armband, and has been period 'altered' to indicate the original owners status. A SA reserve member wore a normal party armband with a white stripe along the top and the bottom. This armband has these, and they are woven into the material 'bevo' style. However, at some time the SA man was no longer in the reserve, becoming a full-time serving SA member. Rather than purchase a new cloth armband, he merely turned over the white stipes and stitched them inside the armband! Very frugal! This complied with the regulations, but the armband was a little narrower. Red body is made of cotton, with the white stripes integral in the material. Separately applied white circle with black swastika, sewn to the main body. A great bit of history. Unpick the stitching and return it to a SA reserve, or leave it as it is. Up to you.

Code: 3462Price: 140.00 GBP


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EICKHORN ARMY DAGGER WITH EARLIER TYPE TRADEMARK.
A very nice looking Eickhorn army officers dagger. Silver plated fittings are all perfect with no lifting and a nice covering of patina. Orange/yellow celluloid grip with ferrell. Crossguard is very clear and crisp and is in fact a generic type, rather than one of Eichhorn's own. Even Eickhorn bought in some stock on occassions! Scabbard has complete silver plating and one VERY minor surface indentation near the bottom, otherwise mint. Blade is stone mint with all of the crossgraining present. The early 1935 type Eickhorn trademark has the serrated tail squirrel. A VERY nice looking army dagger!

Code: 3458Price: 475.00 GBP

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NAVY DAGGER BY WEYERSBERG IN UNTOUCHED CONDITION.
An uncleaned and untouched navy dagger by WEYERSBERG. This is not a common maker for navy daggers, with the market dominated by Eickhorn and WKC. The dagger exhibits the trademark Weyersberg crossguard with an integral push-release button set into the middle. The brass fittings have taken on an uncleaned patina, but there are lots of traces of fire gilding here and there. Cream celluloid grip is intact with twisted wire. There are a couple of very thin hairline stress cracks in the celluloid, but no material missing. Scabbard is uncleaned and has a couple of carrying dents to the bottom, very common! The blade is very nice with nice definition to the grey etched panels on each side. The WEYERSBERG trademark is etched into the obverse riccasso. A good example and priced accordingly.

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IN VIRTUALLY MINT CONDITION, A NAVY DAGGER BY EICKHORN.
I was fortunate you buy another lovely Third Reich naval dagger in mint condition by Eickhorn. Pictures tell the story, but it still has 85% of the original fire gilding present. No dents to the scabbard. Mint blade with needle point and deep charcoal etched panels. Blade carries the post 1942 Eickhorn trademark deeply stamped into the riccasso.
A very nice example indeed!

Code: 3456Price: 850.00 GBP

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