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WW2 German Army Officers Dagger , Hanger & Knot

A recently surfaced German officers dagger complete with its original hanger & knot as brought back from WW2.
A nice untouched example it has an undamaged orange celluloid grip with much of the original crisp detailing remaining to metal parts. I have left this as uncleaned so a nice silver patina remains overall. Scabbard is good with no dents. The name 'Abe' ( Former owner ) has been engraved to the rear of the crossguard. The non maker marked blade is clean & bright & in near perfect condition. The green velvet backed dagger hangers are well D.R.G.M marked with both dagger clips undamaged & in working order. Some fraying to underside where it has rubbed on the uniform during wear. The knot also has fraying & some heavy wear overall.
A good untouched example.

Code: 50276Price: 525.00 GBP

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WW2 German Early War SA/NSKK Black Gripped Marine Dagger

A scarce example of an 'erased Rohm' early war marine SA/NSKK dagger with black grip & black painted scabbard.
I acquired this example recently with some other 'bringback' daggers & as such it remains totally as it came. The black grip retains much of its deep black staining with some wear & loss of the surface blackening in places. A couple of cracks can be seen upon close inspection. The nickel fittings of the top & lower crossguard are apparently nicotine stained however the Gau mark 'Mi' for Mitte, Nuremberg appears on the lower crossguard. The SA button & eagle/swastika are firmly mounted with looseness to any of the daggers fittings. Blade is maker marked to 'Gebruder Heller , Schmalkalden 'with the accepted anchor motif trademark. Rohm signature has been professionally removed from the blade with the 'Alles Fur Deutschland' inscription still crisp.
Scabbard retains a good proportion of its black paint with original leather hanger still present.
An interesting hard to come by dagger.

Code: 50279Price: 775.00 GBP

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WW2 German Matching Numbered K98 Bayonet

A very good 1943 dated matching numbered K98 bayonet & scabbard.
Bayonet has serial number 1276 to ricasso & scabbard with the maker code & date '43asw' for the maker Horster.
With brown bakelite grips this piece is straight out of the woodwork & i have made no attempt to clean it. A very decent amount of its original blueing remains to blade.


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WW2 German RAD Mans Hewer - Eickhorn

A bringback RAD mans Hewer in very nice clean condition.
Always a good solid dagger with the iconic stag horn grips on this example having no cracks or damage & its original screws.
Much of the original plating remains with an appealing bright patina still to the dagger handle , hilt & scabbard. Motto is still clear to its Carl Eickhorn trademarked blade.
Scabbard has its original wartime black painted finish mostly remaining with screws minus to one side of throat & both of chape.
A striking piece !

Code: 50277Price: 575.00 GBP

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WW2 British P17 Bayonet With Home Guard Frog

A 1917 dated P17 bayonet complete with original leather scabbard & belt hook. The brown leather frog indicates WW2 Home Guard use due to their issue of the P17 rifle.
A harder to find Winchester made example with 'W' to ricasso & the date 1917. The 'US' is visible to the reverse with flaming grenade ordnance mark. Excellent blade & much original blueing remains to metal surfaces.

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British No.36M Mills Bomb Hand Grenade
A superb early No.36 British Mills bomb still with its original finish & traces of its original green painted band around middle ( Baratol filling ) & three red crosses to neck denoting it is suitable for a humid climate.
A recently discovered example this British hand grenade has 1918 date & J.P & S mark to screw plug . Maker & 1918 date also visible to lever.
Now very hard to find good untouched examples.
THIS ITEM IS INERT & CAN BE PROVED AS SUCH BY THE REMOVAL OF ALL COMPONENTS & VISUAL INSPECTION.
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Code: 50269Price: 225.00 GBP


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WW1 British '07 Pattern Hooked Quillon Bayonet 1909

A 1909 dated Wilkinson made '07 pattern hooked quillon bayonet with scarce Mk1 brown leather scabbard.
A very nice early example the ricasso has only one issue mark of '10 09' for October 1909. Most likely a souvenir kept piece those that stayed in service had their hooked quillons removed a few years after this date. Profusely inspection marked to opposite side ricasso the walnut grips are excellent with no unsightly bruising or dents to the wood. Blade is mostly bright & clean with some rubbed areas in places. Pommel catch in working order.
Scabbard is of the Mark one pattern , 1909 was their last year of issue & so this is totally correct for this bayonet. The broad arrow mark & initials 'AC' are visible for the firm 'Chapman , the date '09' for 1909 can also be seen.
With some light service use overall this is a true WW1 souvenir from the early battles of the British army such as Mons, Loos & Gallipoli.

Code: 50271Price: 745.00 GBP

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WW2 British No.5 Jungle Carbine Bayonet

A near mint unissued condition example of the No.5 Jungle Carbine bayonet made by Wilkinson , the only WW2 maker of this bayonet.
Distinctive with its bowie blade & large muzzle ring the ricasso is marked 'WSC' with the code '294'.
The best example I have had for some time.


Code: 50270Price: 185.00 GBP

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Belgian FN-FAL Type A Bayonet

A near mint condition example with undamaged brown wood grips & unblemished metal scabbard . Fantastic bright clean blade.
The Belgian FN FAL was produced by FN as of 1953 & saw service in no less than 14 wars over its lifespan. It was still seen in combat service with Argentinian forces in 1982.

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Swiss SIG Model 57 ( Sig Automatic Rifle ) Bayonet
Knife bayonet for use on the 7.5 mm. Sturmgewehr 57 selective rifle made by the firm Schweizerische Industrie-Gesellschaft (S.I.G.).
The Stgw. 57 had a very long service life, remaining in production from 19581983.
This is an excellent example with plastic belt frog introduced in 1990. These frogs are found with the Sturmgewehr 50 & 90 bayonet. 'W' to ricasso signifies blade maker 'W' & the 'WF' motif Waffenfabrik Bern.

Code: 50273Price: 55.00 GBP

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