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Eight Inches long, this letter opener is in the form of the "Feldherrnhalle" dagger. Two piece construction having good details to the unique upper and lower crossguards, with a nicely contoured brown painted grip. Blade has no damage to the edges or tip, but has oxidised throughout its length.
Grey coloured metal helmet has cast-in details to the decals on either side. Attachment to the marble base, which is some four inches by three inches, is by a contemporary screw fixing from the underside.
In good condition with some chipping to the edges of the marble base.
Letter opener in the form of the "Feldherrnhalle" dagger, some eight inches in length. Two piece construction having good details to the unique upper and lower crossguards, with a nicely contoured black painted grip. Blade has no damage to the edges or tip, but has oxidised throughout its length, and could be easily cleaned to full mint condition.
Good condition with all leather straps and "D" ring suspension in place. No rips or tears to the fabric. Grubby, commensurate with age and period wear.
Over the shoulders bandolier issued to paratroops for holding K98 ammunition clips. Excellent condition with no missing stitching, tears or mothing. Ink stamped to one end "RBN. 017/045/937"
Rare to find in this condition.
Fantastic quality, medium size, brown leather belt is in tremendous used condition, and is stamped to one end " RZM L2/954/40" . Box clip has oak leaf decoration and is marked "RZM M4/72". Guilded buckle shows no wear, having superb detail to the eagle and laurel leaf decoration. All background stippling is present to both the eagle and wreath. Reverse marked "RZM M4/46"
Both leather "keepers" are in place.
Probably the best belt/buckle combination currently available.
Brown leather belt loop has a pebbled aluminium "D" ring riveted into the lower loop along with a leather teardrop shaped clothes protector. Embossed edge decoration to the edges of the leather.
New "old stock" still retains outfitters price tag to the rear.
Perfect accoutrement to add to a minty First Model Luftwaffe dagger.
Paper badge extolling the virtues of visiting Kiel in the year of the 1936 Olympics.
Circular badge is some 2 inches in diameter having a yacht passing in front of a Capital ship in the centre.
Perfect unworn condition.
Spare index pages from the Eickhorn Kundendienst. Storage wear only, no damage to the punched holes.
A copper printing plate illustrating three variations of Third Reich dress bayonet types in their scabbards. Complete with storage envelope
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