Beautiful SA RZM dagger in very good condition. Complete in all parts, with a very nice blade. Scabbard looks great as well. Maker marked by the very rare and uncommon firm of RZM 7/70 David Malsch Steinbach
Well preserved K98 bayonet scabbard, retaining lots of genuine blue finish. A bit rusty on the bottom but could be cleaned if required. Maker marked by S/173G which is the code for the firm of Alex Coppel GmbH, Solingen and the letter G stands for 1935. Serial number 107a.
Beautiful mis matched K98 bayonet in good condition. Scabbard retains its genuine grey/blue finish and is maker marked by asw (E. & F. Hörster, Solingen) dated 1943. The bayonet itself is a light worn example by fnj (Alex Coppel GmbH, Solingen) also dated 1943 and retaining a well preserved blade. A great K98 bayonet, both…
Excellent light worn K98 bayonet in good condition. Matching serial numbers 8879 r and both made by asw (E. & F. Hörster, Solingen) in 1943. Comes with a matching leather frog maker marked and dated 1941. A perfect set!
Excellent light worn K98 bayonet in good condition. Matching serial numbers 9471 f and both made by agv (Berg & Co., Solingen-Ohligs) in 1943. Comes with a matching leather frog maker marked by gfg and dated 1942. A perfect set!
Very desirable white Algemeine-SS dress frog as worn by members of the Adolf Hitler Leibstandarte. The frog is maker marked and dated 1938. Comes with a genuine SS NCO portepee in silver and black color with a colored tassle refering to a certain company. Ofcourse there is also the bayonet, which is a extremely nice…
Beautiful and rare early K98 bayonet in excellent condition. I’m still amazed how it ended up looking like this after all this time! Matching serial numbers, maker marked by S/155 which is the code for the firm of E. & F. Hörster in Solingen, dated with letter G (1935).
Untouched army officer dagger in very good condition. This is an early example made in high quality materials such as nickel silver. Orange bakelite grip shows no wear or patina. Maker marked by Alcoso Solingen. Blade is very nice on this one!
Untouched and uncleaned army officer dagger in well worn condition. Early example made in high quality materials such as nickel silver. Orange bakelite grip shows some cracks, the scabbard shows some dents. Maker marked by W.K.C. Solingen. Very interesting is ofcourse this dagger is named to Hauptmann Dr. Dähne from Hamm Westfalen (Germany).