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NEAR MINT RED CROSS MAN'S HEWER WITH FROG AND BULLION/BLUE KNOT.This Red Cross dagger is in absolutely beautiful condition. I have kept one in my own collection for MANY years and this one is equally as good. The nickel plated fittings are all in perfect condition, bright an clear with no lifting or tarnish. The scabbard paint is all original and is 99% complete with just a few minor age chips. Superb scabbard. There is an original to the piece black leather frog. Red Cross frogs are unique to these daggers, don't fit anything else. This one has the aluminium rivets and is stamped on the reverse with . Wrapped around the frog is a flat silver bullion dress knot with twin blue lines. These knots are attributed to this red cross dagger, and I my one has one of these too. This is a most uncommon knot to find, you never see one for sale on their own. The blade on this dagger is stone mint. Has a very tight fit into the scabbard. Retains 100% perfect finish with all original crossgrain polish. Very sharp sawback edge. A wonderful example of a Red Cross hewer, very difficult to upgrade.
SUPER HJ DAGGER BY EICKHORN DOUBLE MARKED.This is the second HJ dagger purchased over the weekend along with the other WKC just listed. This is a GREAT example by EICKHORN. Dated 38 on the riccasso (1938) is has a plain blade with no motto. However the blade is in beautiful condition, mirror bright and on the reverse is double marked with the Eickhorn squirrel and the RZM symbol with M7/66 stamped underneath. Dagger is heavily nickel plated over a alloy base. All plating present. Perfect grips with nice complete HJ diamond. Leather washer to the blade. Scabbard has all original paint with some age wear to the surfaces. Black leather belt loop and grip strap are in great serviceable order etc. Nice dagger!! An Eickhorn HJ straight fro the catalogue pictures!!
Code: 2863Price: 395.00 GBP
FANTASTIC HITLER YOUTH DAGGER BY WKC WITH MOTTO.I was very pleased to find this super HJ dagger along with the Eickhorn one listed, at a local fair this weekend. Everyone looks for and collects HJ daggers in GOOD condition, if they have the motto on, than even better. THIS one is an earlier HJ dagger by WKC, it is also dated, has the RZM number AN HAS FULL MOTTO IN MINT CONDITION.
Perhaps everything a HJ collector would want. Dagger itself is heavily nickel plated and in near mint condition. Perfect HJ diamond. Belt strap and grip loop are in deep brown leather, and again is super condition. Scabbard has al the original black paint, with two VERY slight surface dents towards the bottom, just slight indentations. Blade is STUNNING! In full mint condition, with full crossgrain polish. The Blut und Ehre is as sharp and as crisp as the day it was etched! On the reverse is the WKC knights head logo and above is the RZM symbol with M7/42 & 1936. A really nice HJ dagger, one of the best conditioned ones I have had.
ARMY OFFICERS DAGGER WITH 'BLING' !!!! EICKHORN.I am not sure what was behind the thinking of the individual who did this, but they spent time and money on having the dagger completely chrome plated!! It actually looks better than you think, but it certainly has added some 'BLING' to it's looks! This is a post 1936 dagger as it has the period trademark. The blade has been plated too! The orange grip has a small stress crack in the lower half, and there is a small dent in the bottom of the scabbard. Other than that the dagger seems to be fine. Keep it as it is or spend some time stripping off the chrome plating. There are some useful parts here, or just put it back to normal. A cheap project, whatever you do to it!
VERY RARE ‘ART DECO’ DESIGN THIRD REICH SWORD BY ROBERT KLAAS. A most desirable army officers sword missing from most collections. This Rlbert Klaas sword features a unique, delicate hilt design in an attempt to look ‘different’ in the very competitive sword market of pre-war Germany. The grip is much thinner and on the obverse the grip wire is slanted downwards by 45 degrees! Gives it a most unique look, as virtually all other swords had a pure horizontal grip wire configuration. The decoration to the knuckle bow and back of the hilt is also different. Geometric designs rather than foliage and oak leaves. The cross guard shield containing the eagle and swastika sweeps downwards to finish in a pointed arrow. All brass construction with a mint nickel plated blade. The Klaas trademark is deeply stamped into the blade. Scabbard is straight with no dents and retains approximately 75% of the original paint. Super looking sword and only the second one I have ever had.
A GOOD SET OF THIRD REICH NAVAL DAGGER HANGERS.Always interesting to study these hangers as one would think they are all the same, but they are not! Made by dozens of different companies, each has it's own manufacturing peculiarities, depending on several factors. Time period and materials. Early hangers from the 1930's are always brass, then gilded aluminium was greatly used and then a combination of materials, cast alloys, gunmetal etc. he constrains of the war effort obviously affected supplies, and the quality of the materials, not how they were made, got worse as the war went on. These are a completely original, untouched set which are made of the gunmetal alloy, which is then heavily gilded to look like brass. There is 85% of the original fire gilding left on the buckles and clips, but in places you can see the grey metal coming through. These are OIGIANL hangers and far better to get these than some of the reproductions available. The dark blue moire fabric is perfect, as is the dark velvet backings. No wear, or moth. The retaining chain and hook is present. Decent set of hangers.
Code: 2859Price: 275.00 GBP
VERY NICE EARLY NAVY MOIRE DAY BELT WITH BRASS FITTINGS.This is a smashing naval dark blue moire day belt, and an early one too. Would have been after the Imperial time as the belt buckle is different, and before Third Reich as the fittings are solid brass. What also gives away it's age is the velvet backing to the belt is dark purple not blue. Usually this colour was only used/found on Imperial navy dagger hangers, so this belt could be late 1920's even. Anyway the design of these belts were the same from post Imperial, through the Weimar navy and into the Third Reich era. A very nice belt, quality material, with heavy sold brass fittings, buckle, sliders etc. It has the original owners name inked inside the back of the buckle. In great condition, with a tiny patch of wear to the moire material just beside the buckle. Hard to find, and if you have an nice early navy dagger with a set of early brass dagger hangers, this will compliment them perfectly.
Code: 2858Price: 245.00 GBP
IMPERIAL GERMAN NAVY BULLION PARADE BELT.This is the wide silver bullion dress belt worn on ceremonial parade occasions. About 2 1/2" wide, these belts were carried over to the Third Reich era with subtle changes. The Imperial belt has a red line weave running through it, along with an Imperial brass buckle showing the Imperial crown and the W cypher over an anchor. The buckle on this example is lovely, still having most of the fire gilded finish. Unfortunately, the silver bullion belt has toned down to nearly a black colour due to the high silver content of the fibres. The belt is over 100years old after all! The blue wool inner lining is in goo condition with some period repairs around the buckle. Both of the 'hidden' brass dagger hanger loops are present and they hinge out from small flaps in the wool belt.
Code: 2857Price: 195.00 GBP
EXTREMELY RARE IMPERIAL GERMAN NAVAL DAY BELT.By the very nature that this cloth belt is now over 100 years old and completely intact, is a marvel in itself. I have had many of the lovely silver bullion wide parade belts from the German Imperial navy(I have one available elsewhere on this site) However, I have never had on of the Imperial blue moire day belts in this condition. It’s certainly been used and worn as one of the dagger hanger rings shows swing wear, but the condition of the cloth and the velvet backing is amazing.
Imperial navy ‘day’ belts are very similar to the Third Reich and Weimar ones. However, they are much thinner, measuring only 1 1/4” wide, tiny! It has a lovely gilded brass buckle and keeper with the Imperial German cypher ‘W’ over an anchor. Above this is an Imperial German crown. The belt has two brass lions head ‘sliders’ to which the dagger hangers are fixed. On this belt the owner has laboriously stitched velvet over the inside of these sliders to protect it rubbing against the uniform. Beautifully done. The fabric of the belt is virtually mint both inside and out. No moth, no wear, nothing. If you collect Imperial naval items, especially daggers and swords, you will NOT find a better conditioned belt than this.
Code: 2856Price: 225.00 GBP
FANTASTIC THIRD REICH PERIOD PRODUCED POLICE BAYONET.This is an excellent example of a Third Reich Policeman's dress bayonet. I have mentioned before that collecting Police bayonets can be a collection in itself as there are so many interesting variations and types. I have categorically said that THIS bayonet is from the Third Reich period, as so many of them were re-issued Weimar, sold nickel ones. These were cut down from the origami clamshell size, adapted, police badge added etc. THIS Police bayonet is made of lightweight aluminium, has rifle slot at the top of the hilt and has the 1935-1941 Eickhorn squirrel trademark stamped into the blade riccasso. Blade is obviously not shortened either, as it was made this way! So an absolutely original Third Reich period police bayonet. Blade is stone mint and the scabbard leather is perfect. It’s lovely black leather, so this would have been issued to town or city police (rural police are brown leather)A great example of it's type, and actually hard to find, as most are Weimar pieces. Have pictured it beside it's actual page in the Eickhorn catalogue.
Code: 2854Price: 625.00 GBP
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