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German DaggerThe German Dagger was a very popular souvenir for many WW2 veterans who served in the European theater. For the German officers who wore them, they were a symbol of status, rank and power. Contrary to popular belief, WWII German Daggers were not used as weapons, but simply as an accessory to the uniforms of the German Officers (and a very fancy accessory at that). Some of the more common of these German Collectibles are the; German Army Dagger (aka Heer Dagger), Luftwaffe Dagger (aka Air Force Dagger), Navy Dagger (aka Kriegsmarine Dagger), and the Hitler Youth Dagger (aka HJ Dagger). There is also the ever popular Nazi SS Dagger. These daggers can be recognized by the prominent deep black handle and sheath, with a round “SS” button at the top of the handle, just beneath the top cross guard. SS Daggers must be carefully scrutinized due to the extremely high number of very detailed reproductions dating back decades! Often times novice collectors will unknowingly purchase an SS Dagger, only to discover later they purchased a very well made fake!

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  • German Daggers & Knives

    Luftwaffe Dagger (2nd Pattern)

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    Very nice second pattern Luftwaffe Dagger with original sheath by Carl Eickhorn. Eickhorn daggers are always more desirable due to the quality behind the name. This piece is no exception with the traditional heart shaped pommel, and tangerine-orange color grip. Aside from the hairline crazing marks you’ll find on most any period dagger grip, this dagger has retained much of its original detail, and a clean, near perfect blade to match!

  • German Army Daggers

    Army (Heer) Officer Dagger by Carl Eickhorn

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    A very nice WW2 German Dagger, this Heer Officer Dagger bears the Carl Eickhorn Solingen maker mark on the blade. The blade measures 10.25”, and is the traditional stiletto style with flat central ridge. Total length (including the hilt) is approximately 14.5″. This dagger has never been cleaned, stored untouched since World War 2, and purchased directly from the daughter of the vet who brought it home. Aside from a hairline crack in the handle, the dagger is virtually without flaw considering it was a used war time piece.

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    Hitler Youth Dagger (HJ) Hike Camp Knife

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    A later model World War 2 Hitler Youth dagger (a.k.a. hike/camp knife) with original scabbard in average overall condition. The red and white HJ emblem is in excellent condition, and slightly loose, which is fairly common with these WWII HJ Daggers. On the blade you can see what remains of an RZM marking, with 1941 beneath it barely legible after having been sharpened and used as much as it was. On the blades top edge, you can see several deep gouges, likely from wartime use.

  • German Daggers & Knives

    WKC Kriegsmarine Navy Dagger – 2nd Model

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    This German World War 2 Kriegsmarine Dagger just doesn’t get any better! Purchased directly from the Grandson of the vet who brought it back to the states after World War 2, the condition is exceptional, with no notable chips or cracks to the handle. The pommel is loose, but I believe it could be fixed without compromising the integrity of the dagger. The scabbard is of the hammered (pebbled) style, with a minor dent. The blade has a very nice, dark etched design that is absolutely exquisite.

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    Carl Eickhorn Partial Ground Rohm SA Dagger – Personalized

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    A very nice “field ground” Rohm SA Dagger by Eickorn. In 1934, Ernst Rohm was executed on Hitler’s orders, and all inscriptions on these daggers were ordered removed (ground away) by Hitler. There are several points of the inscription still identifiable on this one due to the crude nature of the “field grinding”…

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    Serialized SS Dagger — E. P. & S. Solingen

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    This early WW2 SS Dagger by hard to find maker, E. P. & S. (Ernst Pack & Sohne) is salty but extremely desirable. Acquired directly from the son of the veteran who brought it back from World War II. The grip is a very nice color, showing hints of deep brown and black. Two 1/2” chips can be found on both sides of the grip where it meets the cross guard, as well as a couple minor scratches and hairline cracks…

  • German Army Daggers

    WKC Army (Heer) Dagger with Portepee and Hanger

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    A real find, this WKC maker WW2 Army Officer Dagger is all original, and straight from the son of the World War 2 veteran who brought it back. The metal has a very nice patina throughout, with some white residue in the swastika of the eagle that should come clean. On the reverse of the cross guard, the American Vet etched his name into the metal, but is barely noticeable. The grip is perfect, with no notable chips, cracks or crazing. The blade is immaculate, without a single notable flaw. It doesn’t get better than this!

  • German Army Daggers

    Carl Wusthof Army (Heer) Officer Dagger — Personalized

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    A very nice early version Heer Officer German Dagger from maker Carl Wusthof. This example features the early “slant” grip, more tapered than rounded, with a beautiful orange color and no notable cracks or chips. The blade features the typical Carl Wusthof mark, and has several mild moisture stain spots, but is otherwise shiny and clean. The scabbard shows signs of surface corrosion, but does not detract from the appeal of the piece all together. The officer’s initials personalize the dagger on the reverse of the cross guard, in the very high quality professionally engraved letters “KD” (or possibly “KF”.

  • German Daggers & Knives

    SA Dagger — Pumawerk M7/27

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    This World War 2 Pumawerk SA Dagger came in a set with another identical dagger directly from the vet’s Niece. Both show very similar wear, and both are from the same period, bearing the same Pumawerk RZM M7/27 mark.

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    Pumawerk SA Dagger — M7/27

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    This WW2 Pumawerk SA Dagger came in a set with another identical dagger directly from the vet’s Niece. Both show very similar wear, and both are from the same period, bearing the same Pumawerk RZM M7/27 mark.

  • German Daggers & Knives

    SS Dagger – Partial Ground Röhm By Gottlieb Hammesfahr

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    This is a very nice partially ground Ernst Röhm SS dagger by maker Gottlieb Hammesfahr. This dagger has been stored away since the war, only to be uncovered in the vet’s steamer trunk by his son who inherited his father’s military service items.

  • German Daggers & Knives

    SS Dagger — Boker

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    This is a very nice, uncleaned WW2 Böker SS Dagger, acquired without a grip eagle from the son of the vet who brought it back from the war. Unfortunately, the son did not know why the eagle was removed, but evidence suggests it may have been replaced during war-time, and the replacement simply came loose and fell off. What you see is the result of carefully selecting a replacement eagle from the same period, and of the same metal and color as the original. The fit is very tight, and to the untrained eye, looks as if it is original to the dagger.

  • German Daggers & Knives

    Alcoso Luftwaffe Dagger with Hanger

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    A very nice Veteran acquired World War II Luftwaffe Dagger by Alcoso. Pommel cap and cross guard are in very nice condition, with only very modest wear. The grip shows only very minor nicks, but no cracks or notable chips and is otherwise solid. The scabbard and ferrule show an honest amount of surface rust, and sadly the scabbard has a decent size dent between the hanger rings. As for the blade, it shows a good deal of discoloration that may simply be dried casmoline. It is completely uncleaned so there is no way to tell without making an attempt at cleaning the blade. The hangers set is in great shape, with average wear to the metal fittings, and no notable stitching or fabric issues.

  • Foresty Knives

    Late 1800s Hunting / Forestry Cutlass

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    The overall condition of this late 1800s Forestry Cutlass, or sometimes referred to as simply a German hunting knife, is superb! The stag grip is without flaw, sporting three acorn devices. The hoof design cross guard leads into the clamshell, which shows a very ornately carved design of what I believe is an Elk.

  • German Daggers & Knives

    RZM 1198/39 SS Dagger with Hanger

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    The blade of this SS Dagger is marked with the RZM 1198/39 manufacturer marking, and has a fair amount of scratches and spotting. I wouldn’t say its been sharpened, but it does look as if someone may have tried steel wool on it at one time, until they realized it would leave marks. They’re not deep scratches by any stretch but visible in the right lighting. Still a great looking blade when comparing to many of the blades I see from day-to-day.

  • German Daggers & Knives

    M7/33 SA Dagger by F. W. Holler

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    A truly nice SA Dagger, this late RZM dagger by F.W. Holler (a RARE maker of SA daggers) is near mint! The metal plating is 99%, with only a couple small chips to the top of the pommel nut. There is a line of extremely minor surface pitting where the top guard meets the grip (on both sides), but hardly worth mentioning…

  • German Daggers & Knives

    Red Cross EM Hewer with Frog — Ges. Geschutzt

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    A very nice Red Cross EM Hewer with leather frog and the “Ges. Geschutzt” patent protection mark on the blade behind the cross guard. One of the nicer ones I’ve come across to date. Completely uncleaned and unmessed with…

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    SA Dagger by Gustav Wirth

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    A nice SA Dagger by a seldom seen maker, Gustav Wirth. The metal plating is 100%, with no notable flaws whatsoever; very clean and strong fittings! The grip is in great shape, with only very minor scratches and dings, hardly worth noting. The SA roundel has some minor discoloration typically found with these, but isolated to the top 25%, and only the very edge. The remainder of the SA dagger’s roundel is very crisp and one of the cleanest I’ve seen. The grip eagle has the very same color and shine as the cross guards, and retains about 95% of its detail…

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    SA Dagger with RZM Tag by M7/2 Emil Voos

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    Absolutely mint, in the full sense of the word. This Emil Voos (RZM M7/2) SA Dagger looks like it just came off the shelf, or out of a very well kept time capsule at very least. Still spoting the original tan RZM tag, which shows no signs whatsoever of decay and only very modest edge wear as seen in the photos (no rips or tears).

  • German Daggers & Knives

    Red Cross Leader Dagger

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    These are just really neat daggers in my opinion! Unmarked WWII Red Cross Leader Dagger with pale yellow grip and some minor rust spots on the scabbard and minor corrosion spots on the blade. The handle shows signs of any cracks, chips, staining or otherwise. Very tight. The metal of the cross guard has some very minor spotting on the side opposite the eagle, but the eagle is very clean and retains 100% of its original detail. The pommel nut shows obvious signs of removal and retightening. Some of the threading has been stripped from the process of either removing the nut, or tightening it back up.

  • German Daggers & Knives

    SA Dagger by Peter Lungstrass

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    A very nice, early (1933-35) SA Dagger by a seldom encountered maker, Peter Lungstrass. This is a true beauty! Very deep cherry colored grip, with scabbard to match. The wood of the grip is extremely smooth with very few imperfections (you have to look close to find them). The metal fittings are a bit loose, but there are absolutely no signs of the pommel nut ever having been removed so the loose fit is likely due to some minor shrinkage over time, and not from being messed with. The metal of the cross guards are near perfect, with no signs of oxidation or tarnishing at all. The Inspection Stamp “Wm” (Westmark) is clearly visible on the lower cross guard (on the same side as the maker mark)…

  • German Daggers & Knives

    SA Dagger by Wilh. (Wilhelm) Weltersbach

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    A very nice early (1933-35) SA Dagger by the seldom seen maker, Wilhelm Weltersbach (Wilh. Weltersbach). The wooden grip is in fine condition, but does have a few noteworthy nicks in one side of the handle, a very faint small dent near the lower cross guard, and a small hairline crack at the upper cross guard (one on each side – about 1/4” in length). The cross guard vertical fit is tight, and the green tarnishing where the metal meets the wood suggests the dagger has not been cleaned or messed with in quite some time…

  • German Daggers & Knives

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

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    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…

  • German Daggers & Knives

    Kriegsmarine Navy Dagger with Hangers — Eickhorn 2nd Model

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    This is a rare beauty, with the perfect combination of accessories! Carl Eickhorn 2nd model Kriegsmarine dagger with correct hangers, numbered and matching parts, decorative set-in-place portepee, and composite grip made to resemble ivory! The grip on the beauty is spectacular! Outside of real ivory it’s the next best thing. Very nice two-tone vein lines really make this grip stand out. The grip is completely solid, no wooden core, and no cracks or chips.

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