Good example from this top maker.
A knife measuring 25.2 cm long with the scabbard on, featuring a 12.5 cm long brushed magnetic steel blade, the blade is etched BLUT UND EHR! (Blood & Honour ), maker marked with logo for Carl Eickhorn, Solingen.
RZM logo and correct code M 7/66 on the reverse. Correct thick blackened leather washer at the crossguard is intact and sits tightly in place.
Black bakelite grip plates held in place via two rivets with an undamaged HJ diamond .
Black painted steel scabbard retaining most of it's original finish.
Stout brown leather strap with a snap-button closure to secure the knife into place.This with a stamping to the leather (indistinct).
Some of the normal period light sharpening to the blade as these were issued with a fairly blunt edge.
One look original but forum posted on WAF just to be sure.
This one has been nicely shaped to the uniform so it would'nt catch on things.
Great " Been There " example .
Nice Weimar period day badge.
Depiction of the town in relief.
Good example by quality maker.
Marked RZM M7/27 ( Puma ).
Small chip to top section of red enamael otherwise VG.
Scabbard retains original paint to 70%.
Good clean blade with " RZM - M 7/27 - 1941 ".
Original leather hanging strap very good.
Some finish loss to the nickel plating arounf the top retaining strap and on the cross guard.
Blade edge surprisingly with no sharpening.
Good 100% original .
Pin back for slouch hat or sun helmet.
32 mm. Larger than a collar badge
Stamped STERLING SILVER (faint) to rear.
Worn on the slouch hat and sun helmet.
Stamped STERLING SILVER to rear.
Pin back.Made like this for the pagri not a conversion from lugs.
Large size for tunic front.
Detail in high relief.
“FIRMIN & SON Ltd LONDON” marked to rear.
Early die-strike brass tinnie.
German is the Saar.
Roughly translates as , "German Honour is True".
Catches the feeling of Germans who believed the Saar region to be always German.
Nice example in silver.
No damage to the enamel.
Part original ribbon present.
One of the more unusual pieces of Sam Browne equipment .Large stout leather pouch measuring 8 and a half inches by 6 and a quarter.
In near mint condition.Faint maker mark, WD arrow and 1944 date.
Good early example.
Nickel silver fittings.
Nice tight fit between scabbard and dagger.
Sharp handle insignia with no damage.
Nice deep etching on the the blade motto and largely retains the black finish to motto.
Etching on this and the maker logo is beautifully done.
Bright finish remaining to blade and no pitting , faint runner marks as usual.
Gau marked " No " to crossguard.
Good scabbard with original finish and no dents to end ball.
Very faint small hairline surface crack on the wood below tightening nut on pommel, this common on SMF's , only visible on close inspection.
The solid nickel scabbard fittings look great and have nicely patinaed with age. They match the crossguards in color, patina and condition.
All four original scabbard screws remain tight and intact.
The scabbard / crossguard fit is perfect .
The redwood handle looks excellent!
There are no flakes or chips.
The grip / crossguard fit is near perfect!
The nickel silver eagle retains it's beautiful detail with no rubbing or damage. The SA roundel has a perfect fit and retains all of its enamel.
A fine example of an early SA Dagger!
Rare 1st Pattern FLL.
Retains almost all it's bronze finish.
Strong tapered pin.
WAF forum posted to unanimous thumbs up.
Matching numbers K98 bayonet.
Maker is ASW (EUF Horster) and dtd. 1940.
Blade with some pitting and dings to sharp edge.
Everything else very good.
Scabbard good with no dents to ball.
C/w good 1940 maker mkd. and dtd. leather frog.
Matching numbers examples now scarce.
As nice as they come.
has it all, metal badge to the front and double decals.
Retains almost all it's original drab paint finish.
Liner system is identical to a German M18 .
Metal liner band 3 stout leather pads all with their cushion pads.All tongue ends intact.
Original leather draw string.
One liner pad marked with Scandic crown.
Good size 56/57.
Good chin strap.
If you wanted one of these, this is the one.
Nickel silver top with raised RS device. Not over polished.
Nice bamboo shaft.
A now scarce original Second World War 'Womens Land Army' hat badge.
Gilt finish, inlaid with green enamel around the central wheatsheaf and red enamel inlay to the Kings Crown.
Maker's details 'H.W.M' (H.W.Miller Ltd Birmingham) to the back.
Original pin and hook.
This is as nice as they come with no enamel damage and no dulling to the finish.
Worn on the hat and sometimes the jumper.
Nice post 1902 officers HP for the Home Service Helmet.
Kings Crown examples are scarce.
Retaining most of it's gilded finish with some loss to the bodiesof the lion and unicorn.
Sharp die struck detail.
3 lugs to back.
SA Sports Badge.
Nice condition and Numbered: 688167.
Made by Berg & Nolte. A.G. Lundenscheid.
Text on the back as well as the maker details and number reads, 'Eigentum D.S.A. Sportabzeichen Hauptstelle'.
Retains most of it's bronze finish.
Ost Front medal laconically known as the " Frozen Meat " medal.
Stamped "117 ", ( Hugo Lang, Wiesenthal ) on the ring.
Long original ribbon.
Very rare set of printed Home Guard insignia to 1st R & B .
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