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Hello David,

I did receive your additional paypal payment. Thank you again for all of your time and effort in getting these swords to a new owner who will enjoy them and take good care of them.   If there is ever a time when I need to buy or sell any other war antiques I will be sure to contact you first.

Sincerely,

John McGoldrick



 

Manufacturer Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken, Imperial Arsenals of Erfurt and Spandau, Simson, Krieghoff, Mauser, Vickers Ltd, Waffenfabrik Bern Unit cost $13 or 32 RM Produced 1900–1945 Specifications Weight 871 grams (1.92 lbs) Length 222 mm (8.74") Barrel length 95–200 mm (3.74–7.87") Cartridge 7.65×21mm Parabellum 9×19mm Parabellum .45 ACP (rare) Action Toggle-locked, short recoil Rate of fire Semi-automatic Muzzle velocity 350–400 m/s (1148–1312 f/s; 9mm, 100 mm barrel) Effective range 50 m (9mm, 100 mm barrel; short barrel) Feed system 8-round detachable box magazine, 32-round detachable drum Sights Iron sights The Pistole Parabellum 1908 or Parabellum-Pistole (Pistol Parabellum)—popularly,[1] but incorrectly, known as the Luger—is a toggle-locked recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol. The design was patented by Georg J. Luger in 1898 and produced by German arms manufacturer Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) starting in 1900; it was an evolution of the 1893 Hugo Borchardt designed C-93. The first Parabellum pistol was adopted by the Swiss army in May 1900. In German Army service, it was succeeded and partly replaced by the Walther P38 in caliber 9mm Parabellum. The Luger is well known from its use by Germans during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the post war East German Volkspolizei. Although the P.08 was introduced in 7.65mm Parabellum, it is notable for being the pistol for which the 9mmP (also incorrectly known as the 9mm Luger) cartridge was developed.

Manufacturer Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken, Imperial Arsenals of Erfurt and Spandau, Simson, Krieghoff, Mauser, Vickers Ltd, Waffenfabrik Bern
Unit cost $13 or 32 RM
Produced 1900–1945
Specifications
Weight 871 grams (1.92 lbs)
Length 222 mm (8.74″)
Barrel length 95–200 mm
(3.74–7.87″)
Cartridge 7.65×21mm Parabellum
9×19mm Parabellum
.45 ACP (rare)
Action Toggle-locked, short recoil
Rate of fire Semi-automatic
Muzzle velocity 350–400 m/s (1148–1312 f/s; 9mm, 100 mm barrel)
Effective range 50 m (9mm, 100 mm barrel; short barrel)
Feed system 8-round detachable box magazine, 32-round detachable drum
Sights Iron sights
The Pistole Parabellum 1908 or Parabellum-Pistole (Pistol Parabellum)—popularly,[1] but incorrectly, known as the Luger—is a toggle-locked recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol. The design was patented by Georg J. Luger in 1898 and produced by German arms manufacturer Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) starting in 1900; it was an evolution of the 1893 Hugo Borchardt designed C-93. The first Parabellum pistol was adopted by the Swiss army in May 1900. In German Army service, it was succeeded and partly replaced by the Walther P38 in caliber 9mm Parabellum.
The Luger is well known from its use by Germans during World War I and World War II, along with the interwar Weimar Republic and the post war East German Volkspolizei. Although the P.08 was introduced in 7.65mm Parabellum, it is notable for being the pistol for which the 9mmP (also incorrectly known as the 9mm Luger) cartridge was developed.



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Hello David,

I did receive your paypal payment. Thank you again for all of your time and effort in getting these swords to a new owner who will enjoy them and take good care of them.   If there is ever a tie wen I need to buy or sell any other war antiques I will be sure to contact you first.
Sincerely,

John McGoldrick

     

 Are you looking to avoid the high costs of selling at auction? Are you looking to avoid the high costs of selling at auction? If so selling directly to our museum style store may be a favorable option. An example of Auction Commission charges in London is 15% plus 20% VAT and sellers also pay an insurance charge of 1.5%. Catalogue illustration charges can range from £50 to £500 and sellers can also be charged if lots do not sell! Additional charges include VAT, shipping, packing, , storage, import and customs duties. They may also have a discretionary reserve which means that you give them permission to sell goods typically 10%-20% below the agreed price. The buyer of your item has to pay the auction house a buyers premium of about 20%-25% (30% for online bidders in some instances) +VAT for the right to buy and then . This means that sellers may only receive about half of the value that the buyer paid! You also have to hope that the buyer pays their bill on time at auction, which they don't always do! Some Extracts From Customers Communications "Thank you for the prompt payment". "Thank you David I hope you find a good home for the medals" "Very fast payment, excellent trade, many thanks" (Australia) "Full Payment Received will ship the awards in the morning" (United States) "Timely communication and payment". "Thank you David for decisive correspondence and prompt payment." "I am glad that you were happy with the medals and photograph"s "Yes I a am happy to recommend Medal Buyers .com" "Thank you for you assistance throughout the process of researching and selling" If so selling directly to our museum style store may be a favorable option. An example of Auction Commission charges in London is 15% plus 20% VAT and sellers also pay an insurance charge of 1.5%. Catalogue illustration charges can range from £50 to £500 and sellers can also be charged if lots do not sell! Additional charges include VAT, shipping, packing, , storage, import and customs duties. They may also have a discretionary reserve which means that you give them permission to sell goods typically 10%-20% below the agreed price. The buyer of your item has to pay the auction house a buyers premium of about 20%-25% (30% for online bidders in some instances) +VAT for the right to buy and then . This means that sellers may only receive about half of the value that the buyer paid! You also have to hope that the buyer pays their bill on time at auction, which they don't always do! Some Extracts From Customers Communications "Thank you for the prompt payment". "Thank you David I hope you find a good home for the medals" "Very fast payment, excellent trade, many thanks" (Australia) "Full Payment Received will ship the awards in the morning" (United States) "Timely communication and payment". "Thank you David for decisive correspondence and prompt payment." "I am glad that you were happy with the medals and photograph"s "Yes I a am happy to recommend Medal Buyers .com" "Thank you for you assistance throughout the process of researching and selling"

The Selling of swords online

The Selling of swords online is not an easy task. One has to identify what one has before approaching a receptive buyer in search of an offer.
The factors governing your likely return are the condition of the weapon multiplied by it’s demand. Demand is determined by the scarcity of the item and the historic date of it’s service. For example a British sword dated 1816-1820  is less desirable than one dated 1796-1815 .Collectors love to own something that was at the battle of Waterloo equally a well crafted sword from 1919 will always be disappointing to a collector compared to one from say 1914.
Cross reference your sword with images of similar for sale on web sites is a good idea,. If you see  identical examples with Ticket Prices/listed price  be prepared to obtain a bid of around 60%-75% of the advertised price. Firstly the dealer is likely to “Take an Offer” Accept 10% less than his ticket price then you must allow for his profit and taxes.
  Once you have established a “Wish Price” it is time to approach a reputable specialist.
It the interest of public safety mail order only blade dealers must first be scrutinized.
Many flaunt the law supplying juveniles with potentially bad consequences.
WW2buyer.com in line with many associated specialists only sell eye to eye from a brick built store.
or at  specialist arms fairs. New prospective buyers are invited to register with us or join a collectors group.
Posting/shipping  knives ,sword,and edged weapons is becoming increasingly difficult.
Successful  sellers to ww2buyer.com will be advised on the safest procedure and current legality of dispatching goods at the given time of purchase.
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Unsere Dienstleistungen sind vertraulich.

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Wir bieten unseren Kunden, die aus Ländern der EU kommen, in denen der offene Handel mit derartigen Gegenständen verboten ist, eine legale Verkaufsoption an.

Wir schließen regelmäßig transatlantische Geschäfte ab.

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David Mattey (Ankauf)

 

Wir sind Käufer mit Schwerpunkt auf dem britischen Markt und haben uns auf folgende Deutsche Dolche spezialisiert
SS – Dolche £1.800 – £5.000, gezahlt für gute Erhaltung
NSKK (Nationalsozialistische Kraftfahrkorps) – Dolche
£500-3.000, bereits gezahlt
NPEA/Napola (Nationalpolitische Erziehungsanstalt) – Dolche £2000 +
1933 SA (Sturm Abteilung) – Dolche £400-£700, bereits gezahlt
Heeres – Offiziersmesser £280-£600
DLV (Deutscher Luftsportverband) – Fliegermesser £550+, bereits gezahlt
NSFK (Nationalsozialistisches Fliegerkorps) – Fliegermesser £600, bereits gezahlt
Luftwaffen – Dolche und Fallmesser £400 +
Deutsche Marine – Dolche £420+
RAD (Reichsarbeitsdienst) – Dolche £500 -£1500
Diplomaten/Regierungsbeamten – Dolche £2.000-£10.000, bereits gezahlt
Rote Kreuz/Soziale Wohlfahrtsfunktionären – Dolche £400-£900, bereits gezahlt
Funktionäre der Deutschen Feuerwehr – Dolche £700+, bereits gezahlt
RLB (Reichsluftschutzbund) – Dolche £1050 -£3000
TENO (Technische Nothilfe) – Dolche £800 – £3000
Deutsche Zollbeamten – Dolche £1000-£5000
Deutsche Bahnbeamten – Dolche £2800-£4700
Postschutz – Dolche £5.000 für Probemuster
Dolche von Förster-, Jagd- und Waffenverbänden £1.200+, bereits gezahlt
HJ (Hitlerjugend) / DJ (Deutsches Jungvolk) – Dolche £100-£4.000 für Führende

Möchten Sie einen oder mehrere der oben aufgeführten Dolche verkaufen, so kontaktieren Sie uns bitte per E-Mail: enquiries@ww2buyer.com
Oder telefonisch in unserem High-Street-Shop: 0044 (0)1903-884602

German Swords Wanted U.K.

Marktbewertung deutscher Dolche, bewertet Mitte 2012-09-15

In Pfund Sterling

Dagger Value Dagger Value
SA 1933 EM Euro 650 Teno EM Hewer Euro1,500
SA 1936 Chained Dagger Euro 5,000 Teno Officer £3,800
SA Honor Euro 50,000 Forestry £1,200
SA High Leader £25,000 Hunting Official £1,500
SA Rohm EM £4000 Rifle Association £1,500
SA Rohm Chained £5,000 Hitler Youth Knife £400
feldenhaller £40,000 Hitler Youth Leader £3,500
NSKK 1933 EM £650 HD £400
NSKK 1936 Chained Dagger £4,000 Land Customs £1,500
NSKK High Leader £30,000 Sea Customs £5,000
SS 1933 EM Dagger £2,200 Water Protection £3,500
SS 1936 Chained Dagger £6,000 Postal Protection £2,500
SS High Leader £60,000 Postal Leader £3,500
SS Honor £50,000 NPEA student £2,000
Luftwaffe  1 £650 NPEA Leader £6,000
Luftwaffe  2 £650 NPEA Chained £8,000
Navy 1 £,000 RAD EM £550
Navy 2 £700 RAD Leader £2,000
Army Dagger £500 DRK  EM £450
Army Engraved Dagger £1,500 DRK /Social Welfare Leader £1,200
DLV knife £1,100 RLB EM 1st model £900
DLV/Luft1 transitional £1,400 RLB EM 2nd model £800
NSFK knife £900 RLB Officer 1st model £3,500
NSFK Dagger £1,800 RLB Officer 2nd model £4,500
1st Railway £1,800 Government Official £4,000
2nd Railway £3,000 Diplomatic Officer £6,000
Fire Official £800

Valuation Table above relates to examples of  daggers

Deemed to be in better than average condition.
Scarce trademarks increase the value by 25%.

WW2BUYER.COM WE REQUIRE PIECES BEARING THE FOLLOWING CODES AND MANUFACTURERS NAMES

M7/1 Gebrüder Christians, Christianswerk, Solingen
M7/2 Emil Voos Waffenfabrik, Solingen
M7/3 Kuno Ritter, Solingen-Grafrath
M7/4 August Müller KG., Solingen-Merscheid
M7/5 Carl Julius Krebs, Solingen
M7/6 H. & F. Lauterjung, Solingen
M7/7 Hermann Konejung, Solingen
M7/8 Eduard Gembruch, Solingen-Grafrath
M7/9 SMF – Solinger Metallwaffenfabrik Stoecker & Co., Solingen
M7/10 J. A. Henckels, Solingen
M7/11 E. Knecht & Co., Solingen
M7/12 WMW – Waffenfabrik Max Weyersberg, Solingen
M7/12 Carl Robert Kaldenbach (duplicate)
M7/13 Arthur Schüttelhofer & Co., Solingen-Wald
M7/14 PDL P. D. Luneschloss, Solingen
M7/15 Carl & Robert Linder, Solingen
M7/16 Justus Brenger & Co., Solingen-Wald
M7/17 A. Werth, Solingen
M7/18 Richard Abr. Herder, Solingen
M7/19 Ed Wüsthof Dreizackwerk, Solingen
M7/20 Ernst Mandewirth, Solingen
M7/21 Hermann Schneider, Solingen
M7/22 Wilhelm Weltersbach, Solingen
M7/23 Carl Halbach, Solingen
M7/24 Reinhard Weyersberg, Solingen
M7/25 Wilhelm Wagner, Solingen-Merscheid
M7/25 Jostes & Co., Solingen (duplicate)
M7/26 Carl August Meis, G.m.b.H., Solingen
M7/27 Pumawerk (Lauterjung & Sohn), Solingen
M7/28 Gustav Felix, Gloriawerk, Solingen
M7/29 Klittermann & Moog G.m.b.H., Haan
M7/29 Jacobs & Co. (duplicate)
M7/30 Gebrüder Grafrath, Solingen-Widden
M7/31 August Merten Mw., Solingen-Grafrath
M7/32 Robt. Muller, Solingen-Merscheid
M7/33 F W. Höller, Solingen
M7/33 P.u.A. Duenzer, Solingen (duplicate)
M7/34 Rudolf C. Jacobs, Solingen-Grafrath
M7/35 Wilhelm Halback, Solingen
M7/36 E. & F. Hörster, Solingen
M7/37 Robert Klaas, Solingen-Ohligs
M7/38 Paul Seilheimer, Solingen
M7/39 Franz Steinhoff, Solingen-Wald
M7/40 Hartkopf & Co., Solingen
M7/41 Rudolf Schmidt, Solingen
M7/42 W.K.C. (Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co.) Waffenfabrik, Solingen-Wald
M7/43 Paul Weyersberg & Co., Solingen
M7/44 F. W. Backhaus, Solingen-Obligs
M7/45 Karl Bocker, Solingen
M7/45 Ottersbach & Co., Solingen (duplicate)
M7/46 Emil Gierling, Solingen
M7/47 Paul Ebel, Solingen
M7/48 Otto Simon, Steinbach
M7/49 Friedrich Herder A.S., Solingen
M7/50 Gebrüder Heller, G.m.b.H., Marienthal
M7/51 Anton Wingen, Jr., Solingen
M7/52 Herbertz & Meurer, Solingen-Grafrath
M7/53 Nach. Gustav Weyersberg, Solingen
M7/54 Gottfried Müller, Rerges-Vogtei
M7/55 Robert Herder, Solingen-Ohligs
M7/56 C. D. Schaaf, Solingen
M7/57 Peter Lungstrass, Solingen-Ohligs
M7/58 Louis Perlmann, Solingen
M7/59 C. Lutters & Co., Solingen
M7/60 Gustav L. Koller, Solingen
M7/61 Carl Tillmans Sohn KG., Solingen
M7/62 Friedrich Plucker Jr, Solingen-Grafrath
M7/63 Herder & Engels, Solingen-Ohligs
M7/64 Friedr. Geigis, Solingen-Foche
M7/65 Karl Heidelberg, Solingen
M7/66 Carl Eickorn, Solingen
M7/67 Gottlieb Hammesfahr, Solingen-Foche
M7/68 Tigerwerk Lauterjung & Co., Solingen
M7/69 H.A. Erbe AG., Schmalkalden
M7/70 David Malsch, Steinbach
M7/71 Herm. Hahn, Solingen-Wald
M7/72 Karl Rob. Kaldenbach, Solingen-Grafrath
M7/73 F u. A. Helbing, Steinbach
M7/74 Friedrich Aug. Schmitz, Solingen
M7/75 Böker & Co., Solingen
M7/76 Herbeck & Meyer, Solingen-Weyer
M7/77 Gustav Schmeider, Solingen
M7/78 Herm. Linder Sohn, Solingen
M7/79 C. Bertram Reinhard & Sohn, Solingen
M7/80 Gustav C. Spitzer, Solingen
M7/81 Karl Tiegel, Riemberg
M7/82 Gebrüder Born, Solingen
M7/83 Richard Pluemacher Sohn, Solingen
M7/84 Carl Schmidt Sohn, Solingen
M7/85 Arthur Evertz, Solingen
M7/86 Kuno Liemscheid & Co., Solingen auf der Hohe
M7/87 Maich & Ambrom, Steinbach
M7/88 Juliuswerk-J. Schmidt & Sohn, Riemberg i. Schlesien
M7/89 Ernst Mandewirth, Solingen
M7/90 Eickelnberg & Mack, Solingen
M7/91 Carl Spitzer, Malsch
M7/92 Peter Daniel Krebs, Solingen
M7/93 Ewald Cleff, Solingen
M7/94 Gebrüder Bell, Solingen-Grafarth
M7/95 J. A. Schmidt & Sohn, Solingen
M7/96 Drees & Sohn, Solingen
M7/97 F Koeller & Co., Solingen-Ohligs
M7/98 Ernst Erich Witte, Solingen
M7/99 Franz Weinrank, Wien
M7/100 Franz Pils & Sobn, Wien
M7/101 Fritz Weber, Wien
M7/102 Franz Pils & Sohn, Steinbach am St.
M7/103 Josef Hack, Steyr (Ober-Donau)
M7/104 Ludwig Zeitler, Wien
M7/105 Rudolf Wurzer, St. Christophen
M7/106 Georg Kerschbaumer, Steinbach an der Steyr
M7/108 Karl Oschmann & Co., Brotterode i. Th.
M7/109 Thomas Weilpütz, Solingen-Höscheid
M7/110 Felbeck & Pickard, Solingen
M7/111 H. Herder, Solingen
M7/112 Carl Wusthof-Gladiatorwerk, Solingen
M7/113 Berndorfer Metaliwarenfabrik – Arthur Krupp AG., Berndorf
M7/114 Hugo Linder C. W. Sohn, Solingen-Weyer
M7/115 Erhardt Reich, Schwcina
M7/116 Franz Frenzel, Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
M7/117 Julius Pilz Sohn, Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
M7/118 Jacobs & Co., Solingen-Grafrath
M7/163 E. & A. Helbig, Steinbach
M7/183 Ernst E. Witte (Kroneck), Solingen
M7/941 Carl Eickhorn, Solingen
M7/1051 Robert Klaas, Solingen
M7/1053 P. D. Lüneschloss, Solingen
M7/1164 David Malsch, Steinbach Krm.
M7/1166 Emil Voos, Solingen
M7/1197 C. Gustav Spitzer, Solingen
M7/1211 E. Pack & Sohn, Solingen
M7/1221 Carl Malsch-Spitzer, Steinbach
M7/1222 J.A. Schmidt & Sohn, Solingen
Liste der Hersteller
“HACO Berlin”
“Pfeilringwerk”
“Hugo Lindner Deltawerk”
“F.Dick”
“Wagner und Lange”
” C.G.Haenel Suhl”
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Aesculap, Tuttlingen
Peter Altenbach u. Söhne, Schwanenwerk, Ohlings
Argenta G.M.B.H.
Axt u. Hauerfabrik
Walter Bahrl, Höhscheid
Fritz Barthelmess, Bavaria, Muggendorf
A. u. H. Bassat, Ohligs
August Bickel, Steinbach, hallenberg
Bismarck
Eduard Becker, Kolumbuswerk
F.W. Beckmann G.M.B.H.
Carl Bender
Edmund Bergfeld u. Sohn, Ohligs
Gebr. Berns
Hugo Berns, HUBEO, Ohligs
Julius Bodenstein, Steinbach, Kr. M.
Gebr. Böhmenachel
Bönthgen u. Sabin, Fussball
Johan Breidor, Breidora, les 3 Croix
F. von Brosy, Steinberg
Otto Busch, Weltmeister
Clarfeld & Co., Hemer in Westfalen
Deppmeyer G.m.b.H., Besteckfabrik
Paul F. Dick, Esslingen A.N.
Ernst Dirlam, Höffnungswerk
J. Dirlam u. Söhne
Albert Dorschel
Eickelberg u. mack
Englert u. Solvie G.m.b.H.
C.F. Ern
Fernando Esser u. Cie
C. Eppstein Söhne
A. Feist u. Cie, Lunawerk
Josef Feist, OMEGA
Flocke u. Cie
Giesen u. Forsthoff
Grah und Deppmeyer, GRADE
Carl Grah, Stahlwaren, Ohligs
Ernst Crah
Gebr. Grah, Odysseus Werk AG
Ludwig Groten, Lanze u. Fahne
Carl Haas, Solingen-Wald
Hackländer u. Bick, HABIWA
H. Hauptner, Berlin
Herder u. Sohn, Diogenes, Ohligs
Friedrich Herkenrath, Ben Hur, Merscheid
Emil Hermes, Merscheid
Robert Hoppe, Höhscheid
Jäger u. Co., Silberwarenfabrik, D. Kaiserswerth
Johnswerk, Bayreuth
R.K.
Emil Kaiser u. Co.
Kamphausen u. Plumacher, Ohligs
Kastor u. Co., Ohligs
F.A. Kirschbaum u. Co.
Heinrich Kaufmann u. Söhne, Indiawerk
Abr. Knyn, Gräfrath
Wilh. Kober u. Co., Suhl
Fr. v.d. Kohlen, Gräfrath
H. Kopling
Wilh. Krieger
Gebr. Krumm
Gebr. Krusius, Gazelle
Carl Fr. Kuhrt, Kommandit Gesellschaft, Zellas Mehlis
August Kullenberg
J. Langenberg u. Co., JULANCO
Louper, Flamme, SS
Peter Lungstrass, Ohligs
August Malscher Sohn, Steinbach
Kr. M.Marx u. Cie, G.m.b.H.
Melzer u. Feller, Zella Mehlis
Robert MiddeldorfG.m.b.H., ROMI
Müller u. Schmidt, Pfeilringwerk
Josef Münch, Brotterode
Neidhardt u. Schmidt, Brotterode
Fred Nuhaus
Erich Neumeyer
Gebr. Noelle G.m.b.H.
F.E.D. Ohliger
E.P.S.
Hugo Pasch, Sonnal Stahlwarenfabrik
Daniel Peres
Wilhelm Pfeiffer u. Co.
Pränafawerk G.m.b.H., Gräfrath
E. Reich, Schweina
J. Reuleaux
Rhaastert u. Bull
Romüso, Merscheid
W.O. Rusche, Merscheid
J.P. Sauer u. Sohn, Suhl
C. Schlieper
Eugen Schmidt, Ohligs
Hermann Schneider, auf der Rhone
Abr. Schnitter, Wasso
Gebr. Seibel, Hessische Metallwerke, Ziegenhain
W. Seibel, Mettmann
Spateneder, München
Julius Steinberger, Ohligs
G. u. W. Stock, Gustoc
Süd Messer Fabrik, Gefrees
Tannenwerk
Carl Tillmans Söhne, Lux
Undine
Eduard Vitting
Adolf Völker, Schalkalden
Wagner u. lange
Weck u. Stamm, Weyer
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Technische Nothilfe (TeNo)Daggers”ARBEIT ADELT” The blade had the NPEA motto
“Mein sein als scheinen” “In Herzlicher Reichsführer
Freundschaft Ernst Rohm”
The blade had the NPEA motto
“Mein sein als scheinen” S.S. motto,
“My Honour is My Loyalty”The Hitler Youth
Motto is etched into the center blade segment of the obverse,
“Der Stadt der Reichsparteitage Nürnberg des Deutschen Reiches Schatzhaftlein BLUT UND EHRE!” (The night of the Long Knives)iete hier dieses 100% originale und getragene hj-fahrtenmesser
bzw. hj dolch an. mit seltenem hersteller
tiger solingen + gesetzl.geschützt. mit devise
auf der klinge “blut und ehre”. der dolch ist in
sehr schönem zustand, die schwärzung der scheide ist leider
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