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Pressed metal plate having blackened letters and "sand" camouflage.
Nice item for the reenactor.
Deluxe fittings to include oak leaf and acorn embellishment to upper box clip, strap supports, buckles and "push up" lower Spring clips. Brocade fronts are in good condition with some pulling to the edges. Green velvet backings are well worn but intact.
Maker "Louper" to the blade which has multiple rust spots but good "Alles für Deutschland" motto. Upper crossguard appears to be a copy.
A very well detailed, palm sized, silhouette style bust of Hitler. Nicely patinated and with cast in "boss" type mountings to the rear.
Perfect accent to any Third Reich Collection.
The M1941 bayonet was designed as a replacement for the M1907 Artillery Bolo. The Machete Bayoneta Modelo 1941, retains the M1907 Artillery Bolo's blade profile and heavy crosspiece but with a shorter blade. In fair condition with working push button and rifle slot. Blade stamped "932" over the letter "T" with the makers mark to the reverse. Without scabbard.
A most unusual hand made canvas illustrating the loss and grief of war.
Silver strap with twin vertical lines has wearing signs to the edges. Blue and silver slide, silver "crochet style" stem and crown, blue and silver acorn with blue felt insert. Showing period wear but ready to be retied to a hewer.
Quality leather frog for the DRK hewer being marked with an "H" to the rear. Typical four rivet construction with all intact stitching. Some minor stretching to the lug hole.
Difficult to find accoutrement.
Belt loop formed from a single piece of leather folded and riveted to enclose a magnetic "D" ring. Single piece hanger has an early unmarked long nose nickel Spring clip and buckle. Short grip strap has functioning snap clip and the often missing short loop. All matching leather in excellent condition.
A superb set ready for an early dagger in similar condition.
All complete with blue cover boards. Some age staining and foxing but no damage . Hitlers photo has been reattached with adhesive tape at some point.
Published in London in 1939
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