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Navy Dagger by E. & F. Hörster, Germany, HJ. A Schloß Burg (Castle Burg) 800-Year Anniversary Custom HJ Knife, Germany, Luftwaffe. A Letter Opener, c.1939 , Italy, Kingdom.

Some Examples Of The Items We Wish To Purchase . General’s Dagger , Germany. An Early Model 1933 SA Dagger, by Aesculap of Tuttingen , Germany. A 1933 SS-Dagger by Kirschbaum & Co. of Weyersberg,Germany (Third Reich). Second War , Germany, SA. A SA Dagger by David Malsch,Germany, SS. A 1936 Model...

Military Museums Requiring New Exhibits

‘Nazi flag’ A Wedding Attendance Thank You Card from Generalfeldmarschall Werner von Blomberg , A Hamburg America Line “Deutschland” Tally Ribbon, A German Labour Front KdF “E.S. Robert Len” Tally Ribbon, A North German Lloyd (AKA Bremen Line) “D. Berlin”...

Solingen Dagger

Obtain our opinion/offer/free valuation. Simply fill in the form or email-      davidmatteybuyer@gmail.com Daggers Bearing the word Solingen on the blade should be of great quality and have originated from the Historic Cuttlery making town of Solingen in Germany . If you require an offer/free valuation...

Dealers In Nazi Daggers

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Militaria Valuations

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Red Cross Daggers & Hewers free valuation

Free Valuation of Red Cross Daggers & Hewers The German Red Cross. Deutsches Rotes Kreuz (DRK) This organisation was in place prior to the rise of the Third Reich. The Red Cross was operated as a civilian organization mannned by volunteers with a small number of paid staff. In 1933 the DRK adopted the...

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