German SS Militaria

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  • Allgemeine SS Sanitäts-Abteilung 35 (San.-Abt. XXXV) Cuff Title

Allgemeine SS Sanitäts-Abteilung 35 (San.-Abt. XXXV) Cuff Title

Price: $550.00
Here’s a trimmed Allgemeine SS Sanitäts-Abteilung 35 cuff titles for medical detachment battalion 35. Everything about this cuff title is textbook.

  • Steel Waffen SS EM/NCO Belt Buckle (unmarked)

Waffen SS EM/NCO Steel Belt Buckle (unmarked)

Price: $450.00
Here’s a very nice unmarked steel Waffen SS EM/NCE belt buckle priced to sell! Exceptional detail on the front of the buckle with a nice deep dark tone...

NSB Dutch SS Officer’s Patch

Price: $350.00
This is a very hard-to-find Dutch NSB (Nationaal-Socialistisch Beweging) patch constructed of multi-piece black and red wool, bordered with what appears to be raised hand-embroidered gold bullion. The “Wolfshook” logo in the center (derived from the Germanic Wolfsangel symbol) is beautifully and skillfully constructed of the same raised embroidered bullion...

  • SS Dagger — Early Eickhorn Ground Rohm with Swastika Die Error

SS Dagger — Early Eickhorn Ground Rohm with Swastika Die Error

Price: $3,350.00
Here’s a real nice one, with a combination of qualities you’ll not find in another SS dagger! An early Eickhorn Ground Rohm SS dagger, in stunning condition, with an uncut Swastika arm on the grip eagle (see photos). The color tones in the grip are beautiful, mixing deep blacks with lighter brown tones (see photos)...

  • Early Ground Rohm SS Dagger by Gottlieb Hammesfahr

Early Ground Rohm SS Dagger by Gottlieb Hammesfahr

Price: $2,550.00
A nicely aged Gottlieb Hammesfahr ground Rohm SS Dagger here for the collector looking for a great dagger at a great price! The grip has a couple of small chips on the reverse that are obvious in the photos, however the front of the dagger, which is the side that will display, is nice and free of chips and cracks!

Dutch NSB WA Tunic Sleeve Patch

Price: $300.00
This NSB (Nationaal-Socialistisch Beweging) patch would have been worn on the arm of the black WA (Weerbaarheidsafdeling - the Dutch version of the Nazi SA) tunic. It is constructed of multi-piece black and red wool, bordered with what is believed to be hand-embroidered gold bullion. The “Wolfshook” logo in the center (derived from the Germanic Wolfsangel symbol) is beautifully and skillfully constructed of the same raised embroidered bullion. The only notable flaw is s small moth nip (see photos)...

  • SS Dagger — 7/37 RZM 1051/39 SS (Robert Klaas)

SS Dagger from Robert Klaas – 7/37 RZM 1051/39 SS

Price: $3,850.00
This is about as good as it gets when it comes to these late-war RZM SS daggers! A real nice one here from Robert Klaas (7/37 RZM 1051/39). The grip is near perfect as far as these daggers go, with only very modest dings and use wear.

  • Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle by RODO (rare maker)

Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle by RODO (rare maker)

Price: $1,300.00
This very nice and highly desirable Waffen SS EM Buckle by the Rarely seen maker “RODO”. These RODO made buckles are some of the only ones you’ll find in field gray, and this particular buckle still has approximately 80 - 85% of the original paint (inside and out).

SS Tunic — 17th SS Panzergrenadier Division, Götz von Berlichingen

Price on Request
A very nice M42 Panzer SS Tunic here from the 17th SS Panzergrenadier Division, Götz von Berlichingen. All of the sewn insignia are original to this tunic, with no signs of post-war application or repair. As I sometimes do with SS items (especially cloth) I sought a second, and even a third opinion on this one from the most respected SS cloth collectors in the industry. After an in-hand inspection all are in agreement that everything about this SS tunic is genuine and period applied, with no signs of post-war application or modification...

  • Boker SS Dagger — Partial Rohm with SS-Number

Boker SS Dagger — Partial Rohm with SS-Number

Price on Request
We have here a very nice, original Numbered Partial Rohm Boker SS Dagger, which is attributed to SS Officer, Paul Weyer (information below). The dagger overall is in very nice condition, with no chips on the grip, only your standard dings and light scratches. The nickel cross guards show only normal and expected levels of age and tarnishing...

Richard Abr. Herder Partial Ground Röhm SS Dagger with Serial Number

This item has Sold or is On Hold
This WW2 German SS dagger may have seen better days, but its still a rare find with its Partial Rohm inscription AND numbered cross guard. These are two rare elements in and of themselves, seldom encountered together on the same dagger. The scabbard on this one is in overall very nice condition. The anodized scabbard body shows a very rich deep brown tone with only normal use wear and a single ding about 1/3 of the way up from the tip on one side only...

Early SS Dagger — Robert Klaas

This item has Sold or is On Hold
This Robert Klaas SS Dagger may not be in the best of shape, but it still has character, and appears to be uncleaned. The grip has a couple of small chips, the largest being on the side with the nickel eagle, to the right of the SS roundel. It seems like 1 in every 3 SS daggers that make it into my inbox has a chip in the grip so this is becoming more common. There is another, much smaller and shallower chip on the reverse where the grip and upper guard meet...

  • SS Dagger by Rich. Abr. Herder

Early SS Dagger by Rich. Abr. Herder

This item has Sold or is On Hold
Here’s a nice, uncleaned SS Dagger by the highly desired maker, Richard Abr. Herder. This dagger has a lot to offer for a very low price! The decades of dirt and patina still present throughout make this dagger

  • SS Dagger by E.P.&S. (Ernst Pack & Sohne)

SS Dagger by E.P.&S. (Ernst Pack & Sohne)

This item has Sold or is On Hold
Here’s a really nice and very desirable Ernst Pack & Sohne (E.P.&S.) SS dagger with a ton of appeal! The grip is a real beauty, with hints of brown showing through the black when you turn it under the light. The surface has very few blemishes - only the usual ding or minor scratch here and there from normal use. There are no cracks or chips either, which is a real treat considering how susceptible these grips are to damage.

SS Dagger — RZM M7/80 Gustav C. Spitzer

This item has Sold or is On Hold
A bit salty, but still a very nice mid-period, uncleaned and unmessed with SS dagger by Gustav C. Spitzer. The grip is a nice deep chocolate color with shadows of black around the edges and in the grooves. I really like these deep brown grips. Something about them is just more appealing in my opinion. As with many SS daggers in circulation, there is one small chunk missing at the rear of the grip where it meets the top crossguard, and the start of another chip on the front to the left of the SS roundel...

Chained SS Dagger – Type 1

This item has Sold or is On Hold
A nice type 1 Chained SS Dagger with a great deal of appeal! The grip is solid, without cracks and only a few minor scratches and dings expected of period SS daggers. The eagle is beautiful, retaining 95% of it’s original detail and has a perfect patina. SS roundel is almost perfect, with one a sliver of darkening from age along the lower quarter edge.

  • SS Dagger Vertical Hanger - RZM 48/35

SS Dagger Vertical Hanger – RZM 48/35

This item has Sold or is On Hold
Here’s a nicely worn vertical SS dagger hanger, well preserved and with plenty of character. We see a lot of these with nickel plated clasps that have worn away to the underlying base metal, so it is really nice to see one in solid nickel...

SS Dagger — RZM 1222/39, M7/95 J.A. Schmidt & Sohn

This item has Sold or is On Hold
This is a nice late-war RZM 1222/39 (M7/95) SS dagger attributed to J. A. Schmidt & Sohn, in overall excellent condition. The grip is in exceptional condition as it has only a couple of use wear marks (minor dings and scratches), the most noticeable being on the reverse as seen in the photos. The cross guards are a nice tight fit, along with excellent nickel plating in comparison to many other late war ss daggers...

SS Dagger Vertical Hanger – RZM 19/38

This item has Sold or is On Hold
Here’s a nice vertical hanger for an SS dagger with honest use wear. Not minty, but it certainly has a lot of character. The leather on this hanger is rigid where it needs to be (the piece of backing leather), but the straps are still nice and flexible. There is no dry rot or excessive flaking...

Early SS Dagger from Robert Klaas

This item has Sold or is On Hold
Here’s an opportunity to own an early SS dagger by the highly collectible maker Robert Klaas, with an unbelievably well preserved blade. Oh, and did we mention it is priced to sell? Starting at the grip, we see a nice, solid ebony wood grip, without chips or notable cracks, but with what appears to be a surface repaint...