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GERMAN WWII SA DAGGER.

GERMAN WWII SA DAGGER.

A very nice example of an early model 33 SS mans dagger. The blade is superb by the maker Wilhelm Kober of Suhl with all of its cross grain finish remaining. Very minor cloudiness to the reverse side of the dagger, the only other markings being the inner scabbard brass blade retaining bands. All of the dark etching remaining to the Ulles Fur Deutschland logo. The scabbard is of the anodised variety with virtually all of its anodising remaining. One small indentation to the scabbard half way up. Some minor abrasions and slight rubbing to the edges otherwise a good example with some of the original lacquer left. The fittings, which include the upper and lower cross guard mounts and the scabbard mounts have never been cleaned. The lower cross guard is marked ‘TH’ for Gruppe Thuringen. Wood grip enamel SA inset excellent with high quality national eagle, the wood grip having one small abrasion to the upper reverse side, the ball to the lower scabbard base undamaged, otherwise an excellent example of a model 33 mans dagger.

Code: 81316

725.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII NSKK DISTRICT FLAG.

GERMAN WWII NSKK DISTRICT FLAG.

A service worn highly interesting double sided NSKK triangular form flag measuring 113 x 58cm, constructed in nice heavy duty flag cloth with a multi constructed central white circlet edged in black with a stitch laid swastika to the centre, the white circlet toned through the years. To the edge of the flag two separate NSKK motorsturm numbers, the first being ‘15’ over ‘M95’ in triangular form beautifully chain stitched on light blue background, followed by ‘14’ over ‘M77’ again beautifully silver wire chain stitched on red then attached to the flag with the upper one being Sturm 14 and the second one being Sturm 15 and at the base the very finely hand embroidered NSKK emblem in lozenge form on both sides. The flag is still with its 5 attachments , all with their sprung loaded metal clips

Code: 81321

1195.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII K98 TROPICAL PAINTED BAYONET AND FROG.

GERMAN WWII K98 TROPICAL PAINTED BAYONET AND FROG.

A nice condition K98 bayonet having all the blued finish remaining to the hilt and blade, the blade has been slightly sharpened but has not abused the profile of the blade. Number ‘3608’. Bakelite grips undamaged. Fitted in its rare tropically painted scabbard with some paint losses at the base as our web site images show. Fitted with its original olive green Afrika Korps frog. The scabbard number is differently numbered than the bayonet.

Code: 81322

495.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII SS AUSWEIS.

GERMAN WWII SS AUSWEIS.

A single double sided printed ausweis for the SS issued to Arnim Jantz, born 31st July 1911, SS number 155489. Photographed in civil dress. Date of issue of identification card 6th March 1934 with facsimile signature of Heinrich Himmler on the reverse side with the accompanying stamp of the 27th SS Standarte. Payment stamps up to 1934. One fold to the centre.

Code: 81326

220.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII SS AUSWEIS.

GERMAN WWII SS AUSWEIS.

A single double sided printed card to SS mann Felix Nitsch, born 4.11.1915, photograph of Nitsch in civil dress, hatless. SS Number 66192. Punch holed for filing,
on the reverse side date of birth 4 th November 1915 the facsimile signature of Heinrich Himmler and payment stamps up to 1934

Code: 81327

220.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII KRIEGSMARINE BELT BUCKLE, MINT.

GERMAN WWII KRIEGSMARINE BELT BUCKLE, MINT.

Probably the finest Kriesmarine belt buckle we have ever had, stamped aluminium by the most commonly encountered maker R S & S, with its mid tan leather tab, which is fully maker stamped ‘R. Sieper & Sohn of Ludenscheid, with its Kriegsmarine acceptance stamp to the light tan leather.

Code: 81334

675.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII SA MANS DAGGER.

GERMAN WWII SA MANS DAGGER.

A later production SA M33 dagger with an absolutely blade marked ‘RZM M7/83’. Good deep etching, all the original cross grain finish remaining. All the original paint finish remaining to the scabbard without any losses, slight spidering marks coming through from the steel scabbard below. The wood grip is generally good having an aluminium national eagle fitted, undamaged SA enamel inset. One small chip to the cross guard to the lower left hand side. Minor indentations to the left hand tip of the eagle. The fittings overall, which include the tang nut, the upper and lower cross guard mounts, the upper and lower scabbard mounts have all lost their finish. Undented bottom ball.

Code: 81335

495.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII ARMY OFFICERS LION’S HEAD SWORD.

GERMAN WWII ARMY OFFICERS LION’S HEAD SWORD.

Overall length 93cm, superb blade maker mark of ‘Tiger Solingen’. Bright gilt to the lion’s head hilt with both lion’s eyes with red imitation rubies. Grip excellent with all grip wire intact. Undamaged scabbard with original paint, some minor losses otherwise good.

Code: 81351

575.00 GBP

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GERMAN PRE 1914 BERGMANN MARS PISTOL SHOULDER STOCK HOLSTER.

GERMAN PRE 1914 BERGMANN MARS PISTOL SHOULDER STOCK HOLSTER.

A very rare accessory for one of the world’s first semi automatic pistols, which were the forerunners of the Luger semi automatic pistol, known as the Bergmann Mars pistol of 1903, it was this holster which doubled as a shoulder stock and a holster, which Mauser went on to utilise with the famous Mauser broom handle. This example covered in the most excellent grained brown leather, stitching strong, minor scuffs to the leather but still with its closing lid, again covered in leather and its closure leather tab. The interior is lined in red felt cloth, which has suffered from moth damage.

Code: 81342

3000.00 GBP

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BRITISH WWII PARATROOPER HELMET.

BRITISH WWII PARATROOPER HELMET.

A scarce British paratrooper helmet of WWII and from one year only. This is the helmet made by the Company G & S, which is Gimson & Slater. The internal lining is dated ‘1943’ size 6¾. The 1st British paratrooper helmets had the 1 inch fibre rim with leather straps and are all dated 42, most 43 dated helmets are without the fibre rim and still have leather straps, then the 44 dated helmets again without fibre rim but with canvas straps, this is one of the scarce 43 dated helmets. Lovely condition overall, all its original paint finish remaining, leather straps superb, the canvas cradle to the interior still in brilliant white, the inner crown crash pad present, the colour of the lining with much original light tan colour with some wear around the edges where it has been lightly used. The felt padding, which has a black Bitumen like covering is generally all place, parts of the black matt Bitumen covering is slightly flaky at the front of the helmet. To one of the white canvas cradles the museum numbers of ‘5914’ have been added, this was for many years in a museum in Derbyshire.

Code: 81300

1850.00 GBP

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