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Third Reich Luftwaffe Dagger Hangers

Oak leaf decorated, upper Spring clip is both D.R.G.M. and RZM marked. Straps are connected to the clip via metal fold over tabs which are riveted through. Buckles, slides and lower push-up clips are oak leaf decorated. Longer strap is torn for part of its length.

Code: 52546

135.00 GBP

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Third Reich Army Dagger Hangers

Early de-luxe set having Assman and D.R.G.M marked fittings in early quality materials. Box clip, swivels, buckles, slides and lower " push-up" fittings are all decorated with oak leaves and acorns. One of the lower clips is missing its Spring loaded section. Some loss of silver wire tress to obverse and loss of velvet backing material.

Code: 52545

135.00 GBP

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Falklands War Souvenir

The exact purpose of this medallion is unknown, but was returned from the Falklands conflict by a British Veteran. Metal appears to be alluminium and measures just over an inch in diameter.

Code: 52544

75.00 GBP

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Presentation Cigarette Case-Dunkirk Recognition.

An interesting presentation cigarette case, which is in a box with a certificate and a length of general service medal ribbon. It was presented on 14th August 1940 to Cpl. E. Austin by the Mayor and Citizens of the Borough of Wokingham "in recognition of the gallantry and heroism shown by him at the Evacuation of Dunkirk". The engine turned, plated case, is in perfect, original, unused condition, and carries on the front a crest with an enamel centre of a single hanging acorn with the name 'Wokingham' around it. In a cartouche, also on the front, are the initials 'EA'. Inside, on the left it is engraved 'Dunkirk 1940'. It is all very complete and original, including the paper and tissue the case was originally wrapped in. The plain buff card box is good - there is light rusting on the staples and some biro scribbling on the lid.
Unusual to find a Dunkirk commemorative, a battle which was seen as a “deliverance” rather than a victory, by Churchill.

Code: 52543

255.00 GBP

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"The Wittmann Offering"

We have a number of these definitive catalogues from one of the most respected dealers in the World. Mr Wittmann has been supplying artefacts via catalogues from the late '80s, and prior to his internet presence these illustrated booklets were the only way for collectors to satisfy their desires!
The following are available:-
No.4 Oct.1986
No.6 April 1987
No.3 July 1986
No.9 Winter 1988
No.10 Spring 1988
No11 Summer 1988
No 8 Nov 1987
No.7 July1987
No. 14 Spring 1989
No. 15 Autumn 1989
No. 16 Spring 1990
No. 17 Summer 1990
No. 18 Winter 1990
No. 19 Spring 1991
No. 20 Summer 1991
No. 21 Fall 1991
No. 22 Winter 1992
No. 23 Spring 1992
No. 24 Winter 1993
No. 25 Spring 1993
No. 26 Winter 1993
No. 27 Spring 1994
No. 28 Winter 1995
No. 29 Summer 1995
No. 30 Spring 1996
No. 31 Summer 1996
No. 32 Spring 1997
No. 19 Spring 1991
No. 33 Spring 1998
No. 34 Summer 1998
No. 35 Spring 1999
No. 36 Summer 1999
No. 37 Spring 2000
No. 38 Summer 2000
No. 39 Spring 2001

Mini list:

Spring 1996
December 1996
January 1997
Summer 2001

Code: 52542

18.00 GBP

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Third Reich“Full Stag” RAD Hewer-Eickhorn

An excellent solid nickel example of the initial production hewer produced solely by the Eickhorn company in this format. The expertly selected and fitted stag horn grips are a pleasing shade of dark brown and ivory, and have been selected such that the complete upper “beak” of the grip is also covered.
It was soon realised that this extra coverage was both fragile and overly wasteful-and therefore expensive - of the stag horn, and was soon discontinued, resulting in examples of this type becoming increasingly rare, particularly in this condition. The grip is stamped “Fü 381”, an accountability number initially thought to relate to officer issue, as this heavy hewer was issued to both officers and men prior to the release of the dedicated officers sidearm in 1938, however current research suggests that this would indicate a location (Fülda) rather than a rank. All darkening present in the crossguard decoration. Massive full length blade is in good condition with no sharpening but signs of previous cleaning which has partially removed the makers mark, however the RADJ in a triangle acceptance mark and the patent statement “ GES. GESCH.” remains. The RAD motto “Arbeit Adelt” is clear and retains much of its background darkening. Upper and lower scabbard fittings have no dents and retain full darkening within the scrollwork, wheatsheafs and spade with swastica. Correct screws retain both cross guards, whilst the matching issue number “Fü 341 is stamped into the upper throat fitting. Scabbard paint is complete, with much spidering beneath the surface testifying to the originality of the finish.
Overall a superb example of an early issue high quality RAD hewer.

Code: 51887


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Ammunition Pouch Falklands War

A green leather Argentinian ammo pouch bought back from the Falklands conflict by a British Veteran. Excellent overall condition with little loss of green finish. Marked to the rear "PP".

Code: 52541

80.00 GBP

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Falklands War Argentinian Ammo Pouch

Veteran bring back. Generally sound with some loss of finish to the green leather.

Code: 52540

70.00 GBP

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Argentinian Army Amunition Pouch

A leather ammo pouch from the 1982 Falklands war. All complete and in good order with some loss of the green finish.

Code: 52539

70.00 GBP

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Argentinian Army Peak Cap

Falklands War veteran bring back. Green canvas cap has no damage and a handwritten owners name inside. Items from this conflict are surprisingly hard to find.

Code: 52538

95.00 GBP

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