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German WWII boot knife or fighting knife. The blade is marked with an eagle image and a 5 in the center of it. Overall length is 11.125 inches and the lenght of the blede is just over 6.5 inches. It is a well made knife and could be used and still be a good knife. I use one as a letter opener. A must have piece for the collector that is putting together a complete field kit. The paint is at least 95% and that is rare for a actual combat used knife,these fighting knives are getting harder and harder to find and this is the most desirable style of knife and scabbard. #D03/13-07 $225 SOLD
Late War Heer Officers Dress Dagger, maker is Richard A Herder, I am not a expurt on Army Daggers, but I have not seen many of these Herder Army daggers. I can tell it is late war, because it has no plating on the pommel or crossguard. And the scabbard fittings are dull grey. The blade fits tightly in the scabbard, all of the signs that it is a late piece. It is a great dagger for a beginner collector or a collector that needs a late war example. All of these factors reflect in the price. #D03/13-05 $400.00
Municipal Police Slotted Bayonet. The fittings are all good, of course it comes from a Weimar period longer Dress Bayonet as do 95% of all of these type pieces. The pommel is in the shape of an eagle head, looking to the left. The mortise button works fine. The front of the crossguard has oakleaves all over, the back of the crossguard, just has oakleaves on the tip. The plain part of the crossguard is marked SKz. 36. The upper fitting of the scabbard has crossed out numbers and under them 0.Hi.71. . So it is not a matching numbers piece. The Stag grip plates still show a lot of the original factory laqcer. The Police emblem shows a little wear, but not bad. The black Leather scabbard is in very good condition and the fittings are attached tightly with no play in them. The blade has the leather washer on it, under the crossguard. The blade is marked on one side with "WEYERSBERG KIRSCHBAUM & CIE SOLINGEN" and on the other side with the Knights Head logo. This blade is also marked on the spine with some old arsenal stampings, and the letter "K". The fuller on the blade goes all the way to the end, like on all cut-down versions. It is a great looking bayonet. I challenge any one to find a better one at the price I am asking !!! #D12/13-18 $525.00 SOLD
NICE GERMAN POLICE SHORT SWORD maker Carl Eickhorn
This is a good example of a German Police Short Sword which dates from the late 19th to early 20th Century. It is mounted with a slightly curved, plain blade that measures 29 7/8 inches in length. The blade although shows some old surface pitting scars as well as sharpening, does remain in good condition and continues to wear good markings of Carl Eickhorn on either side. The plated guard also remains in good condition and frames a composite hilt that is tight and sturdy. The leather scabbard is metal fitted with a bit of scuffing and some dings to the fittings, nevertheless is present and with all the stitching still tightly intact. Overall measuring 35 3/8 inches in length. I challenge any one to find a better sword at the price I am asking !!!
I GOT THIS AT A BARGAIN PRICE AND AM PASSING THE SAVINGS ON TO YOU!!!
#D02/14-18 $325.00 FIRM REDUCED
Eickhorn HEER OFFICERS SWORD PRICED NICE
THIS SWORD AND SCABBARD HAVE ALWAYS BEEN TOGETHER, I DID NOT HAVE THE SWORD BUTTED UP AGAINST THE CROSSGUARD WHEN I TOOK THE PICTURES. BUT THE LENGTH OF THE SWORD AND SCABBARD ARE RIGHT AND IT DOES NOT FIT TOO TIGHT IT WAS JUST MY ERROR. SWORD SHOWS WEAR, AND THE BLADE IS ROUGH AND IT IS PRICED ACCORDINGLY. GREAT PIECE FOR GREAT PRICE !!
#d08/17-7B $375.00 SOLD