I have posted plenty of photos of this example which is a nice decent un-played with piece. Great looking German Red Cross Dagger with Frog District Marked, "744 Leipzig" with the blade on this example being bright and this being a very clean example with a district/property marking, "744 Lepizig" being something that is rarely seen on these pieces. Good looking Army Officer's Dagger by "WKC" having silver-plated fittings with a super patina and the desirable highly slanted grip in a pleasing deep orange color with the blade having a fair amount of graying yet being an attractive early example. The blade fits loosely into the scabbard and it appears that the runners need tightening. The grip to crossguard fit is tight and the grip has no issues or repairs. German Red Cross Dagger with Frog District Marked, "744 Leipzig".
M." and showing the seated king logo of that company. There is a very neat repair at the left wing of the eagle where some of the wood around the wing appears to have been chipped. The blade does have a fair amount of pitting and there are some chips in the grip but this is an honest un-restored example for the purist. Miniature 3/4 Sized Luftwaffe Dagger by "SMF" with "Seeger's Getriebe" Advertising on Blade. Good looking Early Model 1933 SS Dagger by "SS 120/34 RZM" with this maker shown on page 197 in the Wittmann book on SS daggers. Very good looking Municipal Police Bayonet with Matching Police Markings, "S. The metal fittings are all in excellent condition as is the grip and the portepee is included. The scabbard shell is straight throughout having outstanding original black paint with the fittings being the correct nickel-plated type. The NSKK Mann was not the best at painting as the scabbard has a fair amount of spidering but a good look at any rate. The blade of this dagger is in very good shape being bright and there is a good amount of the crossgraining present but there are a few areas of light pitting. The crossguards of this example are the nickel-plated type and exhibit some pimpling to the plating but all of the plating is present. The grip is a fine example showing some chipping where it meets the crossguards in areas due to over tightening and shrinkage and expansion of the wood, something quite common with these daggers. The dagger goes in and out the scabbard perfectly and the crossguard to scabbard fit is excellent. Good looking Model 1934 SS Himmler Honor Dagger by "Eickhorn" having all nickel fittings and anodized scabbard.. The lower crossguard is marked "4" at the underside. Good looking Transitional Hitler Youth Knife by "M7/5" with Carl Julius Krebs Logo in very good condition overall with a tiny chip at the back of the grip. The scabbard retains a good amount of the finish but does have some light scratches. The blade is a beauty, being nice and bright throughout having all of the crossgraining. This badge/tinnie represents the exhibition of the vehicle at the prominent auto exhibit held in Berlin that year with the Volkwagen being a highlight. Cased and Numbered Silver Sport's Badge by "BONNER KUNST ABZ." with Matching Numbered Case. Handsome "Better Dead Than A Slave" 1935 Enamel NSKOV Day Badge. Spanish Fascist Militia Badge as Worn by Members of the Spanish Blue Division. Spanish Falange Party Badge as Worn by Members of the Spanish Blue Division. This piece comes with paperwork from researcher Robert Mc Divitt listing this information as well as a copy of a wartime NSDAP source material in which the Party Number is listed with the name. This piece has been researched by Robert Mc Divitt listing this information as well as a copy of a wartime NSDAP source material in which the Party Number is listed with the name. Nice looking Golden Party Badge, Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP, 24mm Size, by Deschler, Numbered "50300" having a damaged pin on the reverse. Nice looking Golden Party Badge, Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP, 30.5mm Size, by Deschler, Numbered "7588". This badge first came out in 1913 and was worn until 1921. The financial support could be provided by full SS members or others who sympathized with the SS. This is a scarce early example by the premier maker. Nice looking Packet and Ribbons for Ostvolk Decoration for Merit, Second Class in Silver, by "100" being a factory-pickup never having had the medal applied purchased from the vet's family. Great looking silver-plated, tomback-based Hitler Youth "Hochland Lager 1934" Official's Badge by Deschler measuring 2.9cm in diameter with the reverse base-plate being the exact style encountered on Golden Party Badges. Scarce "Frdernde Mitglieder der SS" SS Financial Supporters Pin by "DESCHLER" that was awarded to those who gave financial support to the SS. Cased War Merit Cross, First Class, without Swords by "L/15", Marked on Back of Badge. Good looking War Merit Cross, Second Class, With Swords being a Spanish-Made example. This example without swords is rarer than the examples with swords. Officer's Anti-Tank Badge of The Spanish Blue Division. The maker code on the ribbon ring and that on the packet match (30 = Vienna Mint).
The fit at the crossguards to the grip is excellent and tight overall. The blade on this Luftwaffe Fighting Knife has been re-tipped and cleaned showing past rust-pitting and it does have the Waffenamt marking but it still makes a good display. The grip to crossguard fit is perfect and the dagger fits into the crossguard perfectly. 608." by Alcoso complete with its original leather frog being a fine collectible example. This example is also waffenamt marked on the spike with this being a good looking example that saw honest use with the spring being tight. The hangers have remains of gold plating/wash so were the style for Generals as can be seen in the photos. The scabbard paint is original and shows some spidering in areas with this piece being in excellent shape overall. The reverse ricasso is etched with the large majestic Siegfried figure with the text, Siegfried WAFFEN E. The grip eagle is a nickel example as is the runic button. If you look closely near the scabbard fittings you can see the original brown anodizing under the black overpaint. This RZM produced SS Dagger was made in 1940 and was obtained by me from a vet-estate sale being marked RZM M7/13 534/40/SS and made by the firm of Arthur Schttlehfer (Asso). The scabbard is the correct early anodized type and a good amount of the color is still there although it is faded. Transitional Hitler Youth Knife by "M7/5" with Krebs Logo. The grip is in excellent condition showing minor wear. This dagger was produced circa 1938, so the scabbard is painted with the original paint being mostly there having some wear at the sides. The scabbard has a fine original-to-the-piece, vertical hanger with a nickel fitting marked to Assmann with patina that matches the rest of the dagger. Volkswagen would set up a voluntary restitution fund. "Better Dead Than A Slave" 1935 Enamel NSKOV Day Badge. Good looking DDAC Ortsgruppe Trier Medallion comprised of a bakelite or plastic base with a DDAC insignia and the group name. This piece has been researched and is identified as having belonged to Alfred Denner a Schlosser (Locksmith or Mechanic) who resided in Albrechts in the NSDAP Gau of Thringen, having joined the NSDAP in April of 1928. Adolf Frank who served as Oberstadtamtmann (City Magistrate) in the city of Augsburg within the NSDAP Gau of Schwaben. Golden Party Badge, Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP, 24mm Size, by Deschler, Numbered "50300". Golden Party Badge, Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP, 30.5mm Size, by Deschler, Numbered "7588". Nice looking non-magnetic frosted silver-plated, tomback-based World War One Prussian Army Pilot's Badge being of two-piece hollow construction. The Arrow Cross Party was pro-Catholic and its anti-Semitism had its origins in Christian belief. Scarce "Frdernde Mitglieder der SS" SS Financial Supporters Pin by "DESCHLER" that was awarded to those who gave financial support to the SS. This is a scarce early example by the premier maker. This example appears to have had some well done repair work to the enamel. Packet and Ribbons for Ostvolk Decoration for Merit, Second Class in Silver, by "100". Hitler Youth "Hochland Lager 1934" Official's Badge by Deschler. "Frdernde Mitglieder der SS" SS Financial Supporters Pin by "DESCHLER". War Merit Cross, Second Class, With Swords, Spanish-Made Example. Beautiful and rare Spanish Cross in Silver by Petz and Lorenz being a silver-plated tombac-based example of the highest quality. Good looking Spanish Cross in Bronze by Petz and Lorenz being a tombac-based example of the highest quality having lost one of the eagles to time and priced accordingly. Super looking tombac-based Bronze Grade Eagle Order Medal, With Swords, by "30", in Titled and Maker Marked Packet in excellent condition overall being an example made by the Vienna Mint. Great looking bronze-based Spanish Cross in Bronze with Swords having a nice honest patina being a vet-estate pickup by a friend. It would seem that this badge is a commemorative badge for the tenth anniversary of this event.
There is a small spot of the blade near the crossguard that has the plating lifted as shown in the photos. Hitler Youth Knife by "GOTTLIEB HAMMESFAHR SOLINGEN.
See pictures (Pictures) This example is in excellent condition having a plated blade with all of the cross-graining.
HLLER" having silver-plated fittings that have not been cleaned with a pleasing patina with the fittings having no dings or dents with the grip being in excellent condition and the blade being bright but showing areas of graying with this example having never before been in a collection being a recent vet-estate pickup.