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The overall length of this miniature dagger is about 9 inches. Miniature 3/4 Sized Luftwaffe Dagger by "SMF" with "Niederschsische Tageszeitung HANNOVER" Advertising on Blade. This dagger probably was professionally restored at one point. Interesting boxed set of two miniature dagger letter openers that look to be a modified Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine Dagger being an item sold to souvenir hunger GIs after the War. One of the scabbard rings is lost to time but this could likely be an easy fix. The bottom crossguard is Roman Numeral marked, "I" and the guards are both internally marked "H". Municipal Police Bayonet with Matching Police Markings, "S. The blade is nice and bright having a needle tip and 100% of the original crossgraining present and showing some runner marks but being in mint condition. The scabbard fittings are the nickel plated steel type and are in excellent condition. This is a good looking piece with early nickel plated brass fittings. S.294" and I could not see any marking on the matching scabbard but the accompanying frog is well marked both to the maker as well as having some other markings as shown in the photos. Transitional Hitler Youth Knife by "Eickhorn SOLINGEN RZM M7/66 40". The blade is bright retaining the majority of the crossgraining. The grip shows wear as this is not one of the restored pieces seen on the market these days. The reverse is marked with the RZM code, "M 7/29", which we know to be the RZM code for the Klittermann & Moog. German RAD (German Labor Service) EM Dagger by "ED WSTHOF". The supporters would make regular contributions to the SS.
Nice looking Miniature 3/4 Sized Luftwaffe Dagger by "SMF" with the blade being marked "SMF Solingen D. There is a blue leather washer in place where the blade goes into the crossguard. The blade on this piece is bright but there is light pimpling throughout and at one time it was appears to have been cleaned with simichrome or some similar product but still displays well and you can see the majority of the crossgraining. Miniature Dagger Letter Openers "SOUVENIR OF FRANKFURT-MAIN". Nice looking Miniature 3/4 Sized Luftwaffe Dagger by "SMF" with "Seeger's Getriebe" Advertising on Blade. The overall length of this miniature dagger is about 9 inches with this dagger being complete with the original scabbard and the advertising on the blade being for an era transmission company. This piece has all early nickel fittings as is correct for this code as the piece was made in 1934 and is still an early quality piece and not the later quality associated with RZM examples. The mounts are retained by steel dome head screws which are unplayed with. Fortunately, the chipping is very minor and not detractive as the grip is a beauty having an aluminum eagle and nickel button. The scabbard shell is nice and straight throughout still having its excellent original black paint which shows some modest wear but overall this paint rates at 96 percent. The bottom crossguard is Roman Numeral marked, "II". This piece was produced exclusively by the Eickhorn firm. The crossgraining is all present and the blade does show some scabbard runner marks. The blade shows marks from going in and out of the scabbard but has no pitting and is bright. Good looking Army Officer's Dagger having silver-plated fittings that have not been cleaned with a pleasing patina with the fittings having no dings or dents with the grip being in excellent condition and the blade being bright but showing areas of graying and light pitting being a decent example. The maker of this piece, Richard Sieper & Shne, produced a number of tinnies in plastic during this brief time period. Good looking Cased and Numbered Silver Sport's Badge by "BONNER KUNST ABZ." with Matching Numbered Case. This was an early saying of the Friesland district where Oldenburg is located. Great looking WW2 Vintage Spanish Fascist Militia Badge as Worn by Members of the Spanish Blue Division. Great looking WW2 Vintage Spanish Falange Party Badge as Worn by Members of the Spanish Blue Division measuring 6.5 by 5cm. As of 2006 research determined that this piece was awarded to a member who joined the Party on June 13, 1925 but at that time a name match was not found. After that veterans continued to wear the piece with this example being produced in the 1930s. The supporters would make regular contributions to the SS. The financial support could be provided by full SS members or others who sympathized with the SS. Great looking early silver-plated, tombac-based Cased War Merit Cross, First Class, without Swords by "L/15" being a scarce example by Otto Schickle. It is interesting to note how much cruder this design is executed. A quick check indicates that only 327 of this grade were awarded versus 8,304 with swords. Great looking tombac-based Officer's Anti-Tank Badge of The Spanish Blue Division initially used in the Spanish Civil War by Franco's troops and later by the Spanish Blue Division in Russia. The medal is complete with the original mounted ribbon.
I have posted plenty of photos of this example which is a nice decent un-played with piece. Great looking German Red Cross Dagger with Frog District Marked, "744 Leipzig" with the blade on this example being bright and this being a very clean example with a district/property marking, "744 Lepizig" being something that is rarely seen on these pieces.
Good looking Army Officer's Dagger by "WKC" having silver-plated fittings with a super patina and the desirable highly slanted grip in a pleasing deep orange color with the blade having a fair amount of graying yet being an attractive early example. The blade fits loosely into the scabbard and it appears that the runners need tightening. The grip to crossguard fit is tight and the grip has no issues or repairs. German Red Cross Dagger with Frog District Marked, "744 Leipzig".
Good looking Dove's Head Army Officer's Sword by Hrster being so marked on the blade with the blade being bright and plated and the entire piece being in very good condition having early bronze fittings to the grip. Finally, this came in with a SS NCO Portepee in NM condition.
Single-Sided Long Etched Dress Bayonet by Eickhorn.
HERDER", Numbered "3245" Belonging to SS-Untersturmfhrer Eugen Maylnder--Concentration Camp Guard. The scabbard has been lost to time and the blade on this example has a fair amount of sharpening and polishing and exhibits old pitting that has been cleaned with the grip being original but having some cracks as shown in the photos. There is a blue leather washer in place where the blade goes into the crossguard and the scabbard is lined with cloth. The blade does have a fair amount of spots from poor storage but does still retain a majority of the original crossgraining. After I purchased the piece and got a good look at the hanger I was pleasantly surprised to find it SS/RZM marked on the inside of the leather strap on the coarse part of the leather with the code SS 36/39 RZM. The grip is the white solid celluloid-over wood type. The blade has some light marks from going in and out of the scabbard. This is a fine un-played with example of a rare Exclamation Point Motto SS Dagger. Third Reich EM/NCO's Triple Etched Sword to "Kavellerie Regt. Some of the original gold remains on the swastikas. Some of the original gold remains on the swastikas. Nice looking German Red Cross Dagger with this example having a bright blade overall with all of the crossgraining. The blade has some light scratches and darkening but has not been played with and has a good look. Nice looking early example with all nickel fittings being group marked "Wm" having an anodized scabbard.
HERDER", Numbered "3245" Belonging to SS-Untersturmfhrer Eugen Maylnder was purchased from the vet's son in Septermber of 2012. Nice looking Luftwaffe Second Model Officer's Dagger by "RICH. SOLINGEN" in excellent condition having a blade with graying and runner marks and some light scratches with the grip and fittings being in excellent condition and the scabbard being finished in airplane gray and the portepee being original to the piece. The scabbard on this example has been lost to time. Nice looking Miniature 3/4 Sized Luftwaffe Dagger by "SMF" with "Niederschsische Tageszeitung HANNOVER" Advertising on Blade. The grip to crossguard fit is perfect and the dagger fits into the crossguard perfectly. Great looking NSKK Dagger by "RZM M7/66" being the version with painted scabbard and plated fittings and and an example with bright blade having all of the cross-graining present with the entire example being in overall excellent condition for its age and this example having mainly storage wear likely being an un-issued example. The grip has a few slight impressions at the lower front area but has no chipping being in excellent shape with this being a fine NSKK dagger. Attached to the carrying ring the original three piece hanger. This is a good looking example with a nice blade that has been cut down from an Imperial bayonet as the majority of these were. Good looking Transitional Hitler Youth Knife by "Eickhorn SOLINGEN RZM M7/66 40" with no condition issues being a nice looking piece overall having an old repaint to the scabbard. There are areas of light pimpling throughout the back-side of the blade that could best be described as mild oxidation/light darkening. You can see an identical dagger in the Wittmann SS Book on page 679. Great looking Luftwaffe Second Model Dagger by "Eickhorn" having a beautiful orange grip. Great looking Luftwaffe Second Model Dagger by "Krebs" having a beautiful orange grip. One of the rivets of the frog has been lost This is a good looking example. Nice looking example with the scabbard paint being original showing some spidering. Nice looking example showing very light use having a good amount of the original gilt finish still present with a bright blade that shows some minor graying towards the tip being in overall excellent condition.
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The crossguard to scabbard fit is not as perfect as I would like to see so it is possible that the scabbard was switched at some point. The leather has some surface cracking but is sturdy. The bottom crossguard is Roman Numeral marked, "I" and the guards are both internally marked "H". The numbers on these take-downs never seem to fully match. This piece has a bright plated engraved blade with the Luftwaffe Eagle and the blade was made by Voos being their unmarked version and I would rate the blade at an excellent plus being an example that I think would be hard to upgrade as I can not see any faults with it. Nice looking German Red Cross Dagger with this example having a bright blade overall with all of the crossgraining. The blade has some edge nicks and areas of darkening but the crossgraining is present on a good amount of the blade. This same etch can be seen in the Wayne Techet bayonet book on page 145. See pictures (Pictures)This NSKK Enlisted Man's Dagger by RZM M7/42 (WKC) is in excellent condition overall having crossguards that are the nickel-plated type with the fit of the wood to the guards being excellent and the fit of the lower crossguard to the scabbard being perfect. SAUER & SOHN SUHL has a good look being fitted with solid nickel mounts. The grip has a pleasing natural grain and perfect fit to the crossguards and is in excellent condition having what appears to be the original owners initials and unit engraved on the reverse lower portion. It has its original old applied black re-paint as was done per regulations in 1936 when NSKK members were ordered to paint the scabbards of their SA daggers black. The wood grip has no chips and is in excellent condition showing some minor impressions at the rear from where the three piece hanger once rubbed against the piece. The crossguard to scabbard fit is perfect and the grip to crossguard fit is perfect. This grip fits the cross guards perfectly and the dagger fits into the scabbard like a glove. The eagle is a nickel example matching the fittings on the entire dagger. There is an impression at the front and back of the scabbard in the same spot where it took a hit and this likely could be remedied by a craftsman although it is not detractive. The scabbard is an old repaint and the entire knife looks very nice. German historians estimated the that 80% of Volkswagen's wartime workforce was slave labor. This badge was issued to those who received that training, as well as to the instructors and was instituted on order of Mussolini. Good looking tomnback-based Bravery and Commemorative Medal of the Spanish Blue Division on the Russian Front, Spanish-Made Example. This award was awarded to those from eastern countries overrun by the Germans who had fought within the German Armed Forces. Nice looking Golden Party Badge, Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP, 30.5mm Size, by Deschler, Numbered "85512". Golden Party Badge, Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP, 24mm Size, by Fuess, Numbered "32345", Identified to Dr. Nice looking Golden Party Badge, Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP, 24mm Size, by Fuess, Numbered "32345", Identified to Dr. The iconography of the party was clearly inspired by that of the Nazis; the Arrow Cross emblem was an ancient symbol of the Magyar tribes who settled Hungary, thereby suggesting the racial purity of the Hungarians in much the same way that the Nazi swastika was intended to allude to the racial purity of the Aryans. The Arrow Cross Party conceived Jews in racial as well as religious terms, although the necessary scientific capital for a widespread and elaborate program of eugenics simply did not exist in Hungary at the time. "Frdernde Mitglieder der SS" SS Financial Supporters Pin by "DESCHLER". Nice looking Three Place Medal Bar with Matching Ribbon Bar having a War Merit Cross, Second Class, With Swords, Wehrmacht Four Year Long Service Medal and Westwall Medal. The pin on this example appears to have been glued to the hinge but this could be easily remedied. Nice looking German Cross in Gold ( Deutsches Kreuz in Gold ) by "21", Six Rivet, Heavy Version, (Godet) weighing 72.34 grams. Bronze Grade Eagle Order Medal, With Swords, by "30", in Titled and Maker Marked Packet. On October 14th of 1922 Hitler lead a group of National Socialists via train from Munich into Coburg which was under the influence of Marxists and a brief street fight ensued with the people of the Coburg eventually taking the side of the Nazis.