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WW2 BRITISH HELMET.

This example for an air raid warden. Black painted helmet with large letter W in white paint to the front of the helmet. Complete with original liner and chin strap. EXC++

Code: 35607

110.00 GBP


BRITISH SILVER PAPER KNIFE DESIGNED AS A SWORD.

A very long paper knife measuring approximately 12 inches or over 30cm. This attractive novelty is designed as a sword. Silver marks for Sheffield 1928. Near mint condition.

Code: 35609

115.00 GBP


BRITISH WW1 COMEMORATIVE OLD BILL CHEESE DISH.

Most old bill pottery you find will be plates and bowls, this is the first cheesE dish I have offered for sale and even better it is in near mint condition. The plate has a couple of insignificant chips from the underside of the plate but they are hardly worth mentioning. The lid is mint condition and it is decorated with three different designs of the British soldier old Bill and which depict him in a trench with comical inscriptions below each. The top of the lid features the British coat of arms in shield design. The underside of the lid has the manufacturers pottery stamp for Wintons. A rare and unusual ceramic cheese dish. Near mint.

Code: 35603

200.00 GBP


LAND CUSTOMS OFFICERS DAGGER BY HORSTER.

This is a scarce and very desirable all aluminium example, most customs dagger which you find are produced in a mixture of aluminium and steel fittings so the all aluminium type are hard to find. Fine detail to the Aluminium customs pommel and eagle which has the correct up-turn to the tip of the eagle wings which is a feature of the customs crossguard. Excellent condition green leather grip slightly faded with sweat from the hand and age, but some green leather polish would easily bring the colour back. Near mint blade by Horster Solingen. The scabbard retains all original green leather just showing very light wear, the three matching aluminium fittings are in excellent condition with the lines only on the obvers side which is what we like to see. A very nice customs dagger. Exc++

Code: 35600

Reserved


SA DAGGER 3 PEICE VERTICAL HANGER.

This is a good early example comprising brown leather dagger hanger, belt loop and the small leather grip retaining strap. Always difficult to find when you need one. EXC++

Code: 35604

265.00 GBP


WW1 GERMAN 1898/05 MODEL BAYONET.

This was originally a saw back bayonet which has had the sawback removed during WW1, this is sometimes seen as German soldiers who were captured with sawback bayonets would often receive very bad treatment if captured as the wounds a sawback would inflict were especially unpleasant. This bayonet model has a massive clever like blade and is often called a the butcher bayonet because of this. Iron hilt is in excellent condition, the obverse side of the pommel is stamped with an Imperial German waffen amp mark. The wooden grip plates are in excellent condition. The blade is still very bright, the spine has been ground to remove the sawback blade as mentioned above but there is still an imperial waffen amp stamp visible, the makers name has also been worn away probably at the same time as the sawback was removed but there are still a couple of letters visible if carefully examined. Complete with steel scabbard showing age and wear but no dents or damage. Exc+

Code: 35602

165.00 GBP


LUFTWAFFE DLV / 1ST MODEL DAGGER BY WAYERSBERG, UNIQUE VARIATION.

This is a very unusual early transitional example with features I have not seen before. All early nickel silver fittings with brass swastikas still retaining some original silver finish, the underside of the crossguard is stamped with issue number 171 and it is interestingly stamped over a previous number which appears to be 231. The blue leather grip is in perfect condition. The blade is in near mint condition and it is by Paul Wayersberg Solingen, normally Wayersberg blades have a waffen amp stamp but this one does not probably because it is of such early production. The scabbard is very unusual, the three metal fittings are held in place with staples but each fitting also has a pair of screws, this is the first time I have ever seen this, the scabbard shell is solid metal with a blue leather covering rather than the very early solid leather type which you would normally expect to see with staple held fittings. The scabbard leather shows wear and age but it is all complete, the seam is not so well concealed as on later examples but it is still professionally applied. The top scabbard mount is stamped with matching issue numbers 171 and again this is stamped over the previous number 231, there is also an unusual waffen amp stamp and the owner has also engraved his name Muller but it is not professionally applied as he obviously did it himself . Complete with chain hanger. If you collect Luftwaffe daggers this would be a very interesting example to obtain and almost certainly no one else will have one as it is the first one I have seen in 35 years as a dealer. Exc++

Code: 35599

1285.00 GBP


GERMAN WW2 ARMY OFFICERS DAGGER.

This is an un-marked example but the maker is Eickhorn as the style of the fittings confirms this, the dagger is an early quality example and it has never been cleaned so it has a very attractive black age patina. Fine detail to the pommel and crossguard, the very attractive dark orange grip is in near mint condition. Mint plain blade. The matching scabbard is also in mint condition. Superb looking example. Close to Near mint condition.

Code: 35598

525.00 GBP


WW2 IRON CROSS 1ST CLASS, SCREWBACK EXAMPLE.

This is a very nice example of a scarce srewback iron cross. The cross retains much original black paint with good high swastika. The reverse side is maker marked L/52 and it is complete with screw disk. Exc++

Code: 35597

450.00 GBP


WW2 IRON CROSS 1ST CLASS.

A very nice example showing just light wear with most original paint finish still remaining with good high swastika. Pin and hook to the reverse side and it is maker marked L/52. Exc++

Code: 35593

Reserved