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  WWII Daggers & blades
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      WWII Daggers & blades

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Eickhorn Heer dagger. The full cross grain blade rates near mint. The yellow handle is near perfect with just 
one near invisible 2-3 mm crack at the lower ferrel.  The cross guard is an Eickhorn 4th type and overall the silver 
finish is near perfect.  The trademark is a squirrel with no back ridges.  The original hanger  is included.

Dagger -  # 1313 and hanger - # 1319                                           $ 650
 Heer dagger, unmarked. A nice clean early example with an Eickhorn type 2  cross guard. The white handle has 
no cracks or flaws but does show superficial color change on one area from age. The blade is Exc with the 
slightest of clouding. Original scabbard has its full finish and no dents.
  #1372                                                                                      $425
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Heer Dagger Hanger. A Heer Officers Dagger Hanger with silver fittings all in good condition,
Straps show minimal wear. A nice set.
 # 1326                                                                       $195
Heere Dagger Hanger. A very nice set of hangers with all brass fittings
(that appear gold) except for the snap mechanism. The snaps have a
 gold wash still visible in some areas. Minimal wear on fabric. Not visible
from the front but one strap has period been resewn at top.
 #1349                                           $ 235
Heer Dagger Hanger. Deluxe very ornate model possibly for a high ranking officer do to its quality. 
Gold wash on all fittings. Top fitting and snaps are DRGM marked. 
Straps, with gold thread, show very little wear.
 #1372                                                                          $ 235
call-  203-994-5390  or  email-  info@relicpage.com
call-  203-994-5390  or  email-  info@relicpage.com
call-  203-994-5390  or  email-  info@relicpage.com
call-  203-994-5390  or  email-  info@relicpage.com
call-  203-994-5390  or  email-  info@relicpage.com
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WWl & WWII German Trench / Fighting knife. Complete and with scabbard that still retains much of the paint.
 Leather retaining strap with snap in good condition has leather washer. Marked Gottleig Hammesfahr, Solingen.Foche.
       CW  1084                                                                    beetbr                                          Sold as  Reproduction         $ 75
1917 LF&C Trench knife. A tough knife to find in any configuration. This is an early version with "pyramid" studs and the very rare 7th stud on the bottom of the knuckle bow. The scabbard is properly stamped JEWELL 1918 in the leather and has the MS inspection stamp on the throat. This all original tri-blade still has most of the original blue finish. Complete including the usually missing original wire for hooking to a web belt. Just one very minor nick on one blade edge. It will be hard to upgrade on this rare dagger.

W 1031                                                                                                                                                       $ 800
German WWII Paratrooper Gravity knife. Made by Paul Weyersberg & Co. as marked on the blade. This is an early war  1st model non take down type Variant as Rostfrei was not etched on this blade. It is a known variant and much rarer. The spike is stamped with the eagle 5. The spike is full length and functions properly.  The release lever and housing are both marked "17". The spring is not broken or repaired The blade has its original tip, it comes out and goes in properly. The blade has been sharpened some but not bad. The wood handles are complete with very few minor marks. 
An extremely nice rare early war variant.
                 CW 1073                                                                                    ckebr                                                                                                   $ 800
WW2 Fighting knife U.S.N.  Remington RH36.  Direct from the Vet it was issued to for invasion (They did not have available guns
 to issue to the sailors pressed into service!).  ID'd on knife & scabbard. Complete with Theater altered scabbard. He sewed
 the upper double snap portion on in the field. 

       CW 1065                                          bee                                                                                                                            $ 165
USN, 81st CB Bn, Fighting knife, on scabbard with owners ID "BUCK".  The 81st CB's landed on Utah beach on D-day, 
then worked their way through Europe. They then went to help in Asia when the war ended in Europe. Sharpened blade 
and a Field altered scabbard. Knives marked "CASE'S, TESTED XX" were only manufactured up to 1940. 
A great knife with great history.
CW 1085                                          cenbo                                                                                                  $ 165