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Red Cross Dagger

Red Cross Dagger



£43,000/$65,000

PAID FOR THE ABOVE

Feldherrnhalle Dagger

 

Nazi Dagger Experts

If you require an offer/free valuation without obligation to sell then we are at  your service.

 

Feldherrnhalle

Welcome To German Dagger Buyers.com
We aim to provide one of the very few ethical outlets
for Nazi Memorabilia on the internet.

Militaria Dealers
We do not sell on line.
We supply legitimate museum collections.
We dispise anti semitism.

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We only require genuine WW1 and WW2 relics
collected and bought home by U.S. and
commonwealth Service personel.
We are never knowingly outbid on items we require.

Send us in an e-mail containing photos of your Red Cross or Social welfare Dagger and we will provide you with up to date Offer/valuation.

Red Cross Dagger

We know what Museums, collectors and our city investors are willing to pay .

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We buy from Veteran’s families, collectors and dealers worldwide including the major advertisers on the internet today .

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We are high end retailers buying for a long term investment group and for some of the the most advanced collectors.

Red Cross Dagger

Whether selling one Dagger or an entire collection GDB.com. would like the opportunity to make you a superior offer.

GDB.com do not support the unregulated sale of  Swords or knives on the World Wide Web.

 

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We will only supply legitimate none political investors.

J. Langenberg u. Co., JULANCO Louper, Flamme, SS Peter Lungstrass, Ohligs

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If you would prefer to speak to us directly rather than to communicate via email we are quite happy to negotiate by telephone.

 

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Our office is open 11am-5pm GMT every day. If you live within range please come and visit us.

Our services are confidential.

We are happy to make purchases regardless of distance.

J. Langenberg u. Co., JULANCO Louper, Flamme, SS Peter Lungstrass, Ohligs

We offer a legal selling option for those of you living within areas of the

Union where the open trading in some artifacts is forbidden.

Reluctantly we have suspended the importation of curved blades in line with new. legislation.

 

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Red Cross , D.R.K. Dagger/Hewers

The Red Cross  Hewer became official for daily wear at the beginning of 1938.

The 40 cm long saw backed dagger was worn on all occasions by Red Cross NCO’s and subordinates up to the rank of Haupthelfer. These “Hewers”were  exclusively produced by concerns of  Robert  P D Luneschloss.and Robert Klaas Whilst they bear no visible trade mark  the tangs carry the Kissing Cranes logo and PDL beneath the grip plates.

In the early years of the 3rd Reich, the German Branch of the Red Cross, was the main social welfare organisation during a period of recession.

 

 P D Luneschloss.

In December 1939, Hitler conferred a new legal status on the Red Cross by recognising it as a national organisation with some independence from Geneva. With this new status, the German Red Cross expanded its size and remit within Germany. It expanded its organisation into two distinct branches:

nursing and first aid.

Providing  care for children, the old and the homeless.

During WW2, the Red Cross became involved in

both the home front and the International scene,

tracing and monitoring prisoners of war.

Although the members, both male and female, were on a non-salaried basis, a full-time cadre of uniformed salaried leaders supervised them. The DRK incorporated the omnipresent eagle and swastika with the International Red Cross symbol in the design of their own distinctive insignia.

The DRK Prasident was Dr Ernst Robert Grawitz who also held office in the SS as Obergruppenfuhrer.

His duties also involved acting as Chief Police and SS medical officer.

Dagger Information – Red Cross Hewer

The DRK Hewer was authorised for daily wear in February 1938.

It was 40 cm long and authorised for daily wear by Red Cross NCO’s and subordinates ranking from Helfer to Haupthelfer. The Hewer was mainly manufactured by Robert Klaas and P D Luneschloss.

The Pommel had a flattened top and the cross guard had an oval space into which a Red Cross insignia was fixed. The insignia was an eagle with a swastika on its breast and spread wings. At the eagle’s feet was the International symbol of the Red Cross, a cross with equal extensions based upon points of the compass. The hilts are made of a cheep white metal base with a thin nickel plating of about 2 microns.

The grips were made from two pieces of black Bakelite secured with 2 screws.

The blade was wide with a saw tooth edge on one side that was used for removing plaster casts and preparing splints. The tip of the blade was squared off to conform to the Geneva Convention of medical staff not carrying offensive weapons.

The scabbard was black, enamelled and fitted with nickel platted chape and locket. The Hewer was carried in a leather frog and secured by a clip on the scabbard.

A silver coloured Portapee with blue threads on the crown, tied onto the black leather frog via the fabric strap, completed the accoutrements.

The Hewer was issued from the stores when required, no personnel purchases were allowed.

The Hewer was discontinued in 1940.

The Pommel had a flattened oval top and the cross guard has a langet bearing the Red Cross insignia . The insignia was an eagle with a swastika on its breast and spread wings. At the eagle’s feet was the International symbol of the Red Cross, a cross with equal extensions based upon points of the compass. The hilts are made of nickel plated pot metal.

 

The grip plate are of  black Bakelite one checkered the rear example smooth.

these are secured with 2 nuts andbolts

 

The blade was wide with a saw tooth edge on one side that was used for removing plaster casts and preparing splints. The tip of the blade was squared off to conform to the Geneva Convention of medical staff not carrying offensive weapons.

 

The scabbard was black, enamelled and fitted with nickel platted chape and locket. The Hewer was carried in a leather frog and secured by a clip on the scabbard.

 

A silver coloured Portapee with blue threads on the crown, tied onto the black leather frog via the fabric strap, completed the accoutrements.

 

The Hewer was issued from the stores when required, no personnel purchases were allowed.

 

The Hewer was discontinued in 1940.