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A large printing plate, illustrating an Eickhorn lion head sword. Some twelve inches by eight, this large plate has a mounting ring with punched holes, and is stamped "Blau" to the top and bottom edges.
A pair of printers plates used in the production of the Eickhorn Kundendienst.
In the original storage envelope and wrapped in protective paper.
These 1960's era booklets are a mine of information for the collector of bayonets from all over the world. Multiple monochrome illustrations of blades, frogs and portepee's with definitive descriptions and examples of use.
In excellent condition overall with some minor repairs to bindings in part.
Priced per publication, discount for multiple purchases.
This unmarked spring clip on a fabric strap would have been sewn into the pocket or interior of the uniform to support a dagger. Complete with leather protector and adjustable buckle.
For the M33 model SS dagger. Made from a single piece of leather shaped and folded, sewn and riveted to form the accepted lozenge shape. Unmarked spring clip in the upper fold. Grip strap with excellent buckle, leather scabbard support riveted to the lower end. Rivets have been blackened to reflect the colour of the leather.
Unissued stock. Aluminium grip eagle marked "RZM M1/47" to the rear. Full length, undamaged attachment pins.
Perfect with storage wear only.
Three available, priced each.
Brown leather some ten inches in length with magnetic plated box clip in the upper fold. Spring clip sewn and riveted into the lower teardrop. Line decoration to the edges of the leather which is in excellent worn condition.
A German paratrooper log book showing a series of training jumps from a Ju52 aircraft. Details include the registration number of the aircraft used and dates and times of jumps.
In excellent condition with only age fading to the paper, and complete with a photograph of the owner.
In the rank of Sturmbannführer to Standartenführer, this board is in mint, unissued condition having full untarnished trussing to the obverse and perfect felt backing.
Issued for an evening military concert, this ticket had the price of 4 Reichsmark, and entitled the bearer to an allocated seat in the Olympic Stadium. Complete with a seating plan of the stadium to the rear, this ticket is in excellent condition with wear only commensurate with its age.
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