The items in this section are no longer available but this section has been created as a reference for fellow collectors. Super looking RZM style coffin shaped SS vertical dagger hanger marked on the clip "A" and "DRGM" for Assmann and marked on the leather "SS 48/35 RZM" for a piece produced by Erich Brocksieper in 1935.. The eagle is solid nickel as is the runic button with the grip being in great shape. To see what I currently have for sale click the sub-category or (Return to Catalog). This exact style vertical SS dagger hanger is pictured in Wittmann's superb SS book on page 600, top picture, upper right. This weapon was utilized both as a service and dress weapon. M." and shows the seated king logo of that company. The blade is bright but does have a fair amount of pitting towards the tip area. The scabbard paint could be re-done but I left it as I found it. Hitler Youth Knife by Eickhorn with the "Blut Und Ehre! This Hitler Youth Knife by Eickhorn with the "Blut Und Ehre! Much of the gilding remains on the swastikas and the leather has only very minor wear, probably from storage. Nice looking Army Officer's Sword with Engraved Eagle and with early brass fittings. The blade on this example is bright and exhibits all of the cross-graining. German National Hunting Association "DJ" Hirschfanger. Great looking triple-engraved German National Hunting Association "DJ" Hirschfanger.
HLLER SOLINGEN" in excellent condition having a bright blade with the most minor wear from going in and out of the scabbard with the grip and fittings being in excellent condition and the scabbard being finished in airplane gray. The piece has a very pleasing never-cleaned look and patina. The clasp was worn on the upper left breast of the tunic. These examples also have two "slash" marks on the reverse. This could be cleaned and the piece will shine brightly but I left the piece in "as found" condition. This practice is seen from time to time on these examples. N." while the officer's version has no such emblem. There is a hole drilled into the bottom of the scabbard and it looks as if this was professionally done during the period. The grip is in great condition and was never restored or played with in any way. Very nice NSFK Flier's Knife, by SMF being an early example with nickel fittings having a nice slight variant leather to the scabbard as the leather has two lines at the sides at the front and back with this example having a polished blade with the crossgraining for the post part still being intact being a fine looking collectible example. Two steel rivets protrude through the grip to the blade tang to secure the blade into place. The enlisted version bears the emblem of the MVSN which is a fasces over the letters "M. The MVSN was the Fascist Party Militia in Italy at that time (Milizia Voluntaria Sicurezza Nationale). Naval Officer's Dagger by "ORIGINAL EICKHORN SOLINGEN". The degen is complete with the original police knot. The paint on the scabbard is original and fairly worn but this could be restored although I left it as I obtained it from the vet's daughter in September of 2011. NSFK Flier's Knife, by Helbig, Aluminum-Fittings Version. The dagger is complete with its miniature portepee and original form-fitted presentation case that has a blue velvet interior. Another such example is photographed in the first Johnson dagger reference book on page 199. This piece has a leather hanger and the belt loop device. (Pictures)D042 Luftwaffe Second Model Dagger by "WEYERSBERG" with Waffenamt marking. The original leather washer is present under the crossguard. Luftwaffe Paratrooper Gravity Knife by "PAUL WEYERSBERG". The enamel at the emblem has some damage and the starburst has wear to the silver finish being worn down to the tombac base metal. Le Maire was born in 1908 and died in 1980 and was editor of the newspaper, "Die Reinpfalz" until he retired. Transitional Model-1933 SS Dagger by "RZM 941/39" by Eickhorn.
Cased miniature daggers are extremely rare and this piece was no doubt given as a gift to a pilot or other important person in the Luftwaffe on an important occasion. The SA roundel and eagle are made from nickel as are all of the dagger and crossguard fittings. This example was issued by the Luftwaffe as it has the Waffenamt mark next to the maker mark. The scabbard is the type with the single screw on the reverse. Decent looking Luftwaffe Paratrooper Gravity Knife by "PAUL WEYERSBERG". This weapon was utilized both as a service and dress weapon. The fittings on this dagger, which is in excellent condition suggest that it was made by Richard Abr. The etching in this grouping was presented to Le Maire on the occasion of him leaving the unit and was done by Victor Francois Xavier Maunier, a noted French engraver of the era. Nice looking Transitional Model-1933 SS Dagger by "RZM 941/39" by Eickhorn having the maker's squirrel logo and the SS contract number and date. The scabbard is anodized and this piece did have a hanger vertical hanger that was removed by the picker and sold separately and the fittings are nickel. HENCKELS ZWILLINGSWERK SOLINGEN RZM 15/38SS" having all early nickel fittings and an anodized scabbard with a bright blade having much of the original crossgraining present with a minor chip at the upper grip at the right side which was neatly repaired as shown in the photo with the overall piece being in excellent condition. This dagger is nice in that it is complete with the miniature chain that you normally do not see with these miniature daggers. These miniature daggers were used as promotional items and were made by the same companies that made the full size daggers. Super looking minty Luftwaffe Sword by "SMF SOLINGEN" with Waffenampt. This piece is in very good condition with some wear to the scabbard paint. The 3/4 size Alcoso Miniature Daggers are among the most desirable of all the miniature daggers made during the Third Reich Era. The Waffenampt marking on the blade indicates that this sword was Luftwaffe property and not a private purchase item. I would rate the leather at a near mint condition and the fittings at an excellent plus. Super looking Model 1936 Chained SS Dagger with type one chain and anodized scabbard and all early nickel fittings. Many of his pieces were vet walk-ins at his coin store in Westchester County, New York.