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HITLER YOUTH DAGGERS  We are looking for HJ Knives in good shape do you haveone to sell?. DAVID MATTEY IS ON-LINE TO ANSWER INQUIRIES AND MAKE OFFERS WITHOUT OBLIGATION.    German Dagger Buyers pay in advance using the “Paypal”service. Sellers will not be required to ship items until full payment is shown to have been deposited in their ”Paypal”Accounts.   Customers can expect to achieve around 70% of the list Prices seen on specialist websites for equivalent items. The selling process is immediate. German Dagger Buyers cover shipping costs and fees. Consigned collections and special items will achieve a greater return figure for sellers, potentially 80%-90% of dealers listed prices.

HITLER YOUTH DAGGERS We are looking for HJ Knives in good shape do you haveone to sell?. DAVID MATTEY IS ON-LINE TO ANSWER INQUIRIES AND MAKE OFFERS WITHOUT OBLIGATION. German Dagger Buyers pay in advance using the “Paypal”service. Sellers will not be required to ship items until full payment is shown to have been deposited in their ”Paypal”Accounts. Customers can expect to achieve around 70% of the list Prices seen on specialist websites for equivalent items. The selling process is immediate. German Dagger Buyers cover shipping costs and fees. Consigned collections and special items will achieve a greater return figure for sellers, potentially 80%-90% of dealers listed prices.

The Hitler Youth Knife (German: Hitler-Jugend-Fahrtenmesser) was a knife sold to and carried by boys of the paramilitary youth organization of the Nazi Party that existed from 1922 to 1945. The Hitler Youth wore knives as part of their uniform, which was very similar to the uniforms worn by the Sturmabteilung or SA. The knife was also given to those who performed exceptionally well in minor exams. The Hitler Youth knife is mostly based on Mauser Gewehr 98 bayonets, except that it does not have a fuller (groove), and it is designed to be a dagger rather than a bayonet. Hitler Youth knives typically have an enameled swastika emblem on the obverse grip, and a Reichszeugmeisterei inscription on the blade. In early 1937, the motto Blut und Ehre! (Blood and Honor!) began to be etched on early knife blades, but this practice was abolished and later knives were produced with plain blades. There are large numbers of fake and reproduction Hitler Youth Knives. After the war, an unknown quantity of Hitler Youth-style knives were shipped to the United States, made from mostly surplus parts, with the swastika emblem on the handle of many knives replaced with a fleur-de-lis emblem, similar to that used by the Boy Scouts. Knives of this style are still made for recreational use. Authentic models include a small leather swatch that prevents metal on metal contact between the handle and sheath, and have steel rather than alloy scabbards. Some fake scabbards also have a raised lip at the throat, unlike genuine ones.

The Hitler Youth Knife (German: Hitler-Jugend-Fahrtenmesser) was a knife sold to and carried by boys of the paramilitary youth organization of the Nazi Party that existed from 1922 to 1945. The Hitler Youth wore knives as part of their uniform, which was very similar to the uniforms worn by the Sturmabteilung or SA. The knife was also given to those who performed exceptionally well in minor exams.
The Hitler Youth knife is mostly based on Mauser Gewehr 98 bayonets, except that it does not have a fuller (groove), and it is designed to be a dagger rather than a bayonet. Hitler Youth knives typically have an enameled swastika emblem on the obverse grip, and a Reichszeugmeisterei inscription on the blade. In early 1937, the motto Blut und Ehre! (Blood and Honor!) began to be etched on early knife blades, but this practice was abolished and later knives were produced with plain blades.
There are large numbers of fake and reproduction Hitler Youth Knives. After the war, an unknown quantity of Hitler Youth-style knives were shipped to the United States, made from mostly surplus parts, with the swastika emblem on the handle of many knives replaced with a fleur-de-lis emblem, similar to that used by the Boy Scouts. Knives of this style are still made for recreational use. Authentic models include a small leather swatch that prevents metal on metal contact between the handle and sheath, and have steel rather than alloy scabbards. Some fake scabbards also have a raised lip at the throat, unlike genuine ones.

                    THE PRICE GUIDE TO GERMAN DAGGERS 2013

The prices below pre paid during 2013 for examples suitable for museum collections.

 1933 & 1936 SS daggers

U.S.        $3500-$7000U.K.        £2500-£5000

NSKK(National Socialist Motor Corps) daggers1933&1936 Daggers

U.S.         $500-$4000U.K.         £280-£3000

NPEA (National Political
Educational Institute) daggers

U.S.         $3000-$6000U.K.         £2000-$4000

1933 SA (Storm Troops) daggers

U.S.         $280 -$750U.K.          £250-£600

Heer (German Army)
Officer daggers

U.S.         $250-$700U.K.         £180-£600

DLV (German Air Sports Formation) Flyers Knives

U.S.         $700-$900U.K.         £450-£650

NSFK (National Socialist Flying Corps) Flyers knives

U.S          $700-$900U.K.        £450 -£650

Luftwaffe (German Airforce) daggers and Gravity Knives

U.S.         $300-$875U.K.         $180-$675

German Navy daggers

U.S.         $300-$700U.K.         £280-£800

RAD (Reichs Labor Service) daggers

U.S.       $600-$1100
U.K.     £480 – £1700

Diplomatic/Government
Official daggers

U.S.       $6000-$9000U.K.     £4000- £6500

Red Cross/Social/Welfare
Official daggers

U.S.     $400-$1200U.K.     £300-£900

German Fire Official daggers,Saw Back adds 30%

U.S.      $100 -$200U.K.       £75-£160

RLB (Reichs Air Protection Federation) daggers

U.S.     $1600-$2600U.K.   £700 -£2000

TENO (Technical Emergency Corps) daggers

U.S.     $3400-$6000U.K.    £2000 – £5000

German Custom Official daggers

U.S.     $2200-$5000U.K.     £1600-£7000

German Railway Official daggers

U.S.     $3500-$4500U.K.     £2800-£4700

Postshutze
(Postal officials daggers)

U.S.      $4000-$6000U.K.     £2200-£4000

Forestry, Hunting, and Rifle Association daggers

U.S.     $1200-$1800U.K.     £700-£1200

HJ (Hitler Youth)/DJ
(German Youth)

U.S.       $150-$550U.K        £100-£325
£4000/$6000 for Leaders

If You wish to sell any of the above, contact us
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Market Assessment of German Dagger value trends observed during 2012-13

Dagger Type

Value

Dagger Type

Value

SA 1933 EM(Value Down)

U.S $550U.K£350

Teno EM Hewer(Value hovering)

£1,900

Teno Officer +

£3,400

SA Honor +

£52,000

Forestry

£900

SA High Leader

£25,000

Hunting Official -

£1,300

SA Rohm EM -

£3800

Rifle Association

£1,500

SA Rohm Chained

£5,000

Hitler Youth Knife

£400

feldenhaller +(Value Up)

£55,000

Hitler Youth Leader

£3,500

NSKK 1933 EM(Value Down)

U.S.550U.K.£350

HD

£400

NSKK 1936 Chained Dagger -

£3,800

Land Customs +

£1,700

NSK High Leader +

£32,000

Sea Customs +

£5,500

SS 33 EM Dagger+

£2,600

Water Protection

£3,500

SS 1936 Chained Dagger

£5,000

Postal Protection +

£2,900

SS High Leader -

£57,000

Postal Leader

£3,500

SS Honor +

£52,000

NPEA student

£2,000

Luftwaffe 1(Value Hovering)

U.S.$700U.K£550

NPEA Leader

£6,000

Luftwaffe 2 -(Value Down)

U.S.$450U.K.£200

NPEA Chained

£6,000

Navy 1

£900

RAD EM +

£650

Navy 2(Value Down)

U.S.$600U.K£450

RAD Leader -

£1800

Army Dagger -(Value Down)

U.S.$400U.K£220

DRK EM

£450

Army Engraved Dagger +

£1,600

DRK /Social Welfare Leader

£1,200

DLV knife -

£900

RLB EM 1st model

£900

DLV/Luft1 transitional+

£2,400

RLB EM 2nd model

£800

NSFK knife

£900

RLB Officer 1st model

£1,500

NSFK Dagger

£1,800

RLB Officer 2nd model

£1,500

1st Railway-

£1,500

Government Official

£4800

2nd Railway -

£2,700

Diplomatic Officer

£7,000

Fire Official

£800

 

The Hitler Youth Knife (German: Hitler-Jugend-Fahrtenmesser) was a knife sold to and carried by boys of the paramilitary youth organization of the Nazi Party that existed from 1922 to 1945. The Hitler Youth wore knives as part of their uniform, which was very similar to the uniforms worn by the Sturmabteilung or SA. The knife was also given to those who performed exceptionally well in minor exams. The Hitler Youth knife is mostly based on Mauser Gewehr 98 bayonets, except that it does not have a fuller (groove), and it is designed to be a dagger rather than a bayonet. Hitler Youth knives typically have an enameled swastika emblem on the obverse grip, and a Reichszeugmeisterei inscription on the blade. In early 1937, the motto Blut und Ehre! (Blood and Honor!) began to be etched on early knife blades, but this practice was abolished and later knives were produced with plain blades. There are large numbers of fake and reproduction Hitler Youth Knives. After the war, an unknown quantity of Hitler Youth-style knives were shipped to the United States, made from mostly surplus parts, with the swastika emblem on the handle of many knives replaced with a fleur-de-lis emblem, similar to that used by the Boy Scouts. Knives of this style are still made for recreational use. Authentic models include a small leather swatch that prevents metal on metal contact between the handle and sheath, and have steel rather than alloy scabbards. Some fake scabbards also have a raised lip at the throat, unlike genuine ones.

The Hitler Youth Knife (German: Hitler-Jugend-Fahrtenmesser) was a knife sold to and carried by boys of the paramilitary youth organization of the Nazi Party that existed from 1922 to 1945. The Hitler Youth wore knives as part of their uniform, which was very similar to the uniforms worn by the Sturmabteilung or SA. The knife was also given to those who performed exceptionally well in minor exams.
The Hitler Youth knife is mostly based on Mauser Gewehr 98 bayonets, except that it does not have a fuller (groove), and it is designed to be a dagger rather than a bayonet. Hitler Youth knives typically have an enameled swastika emblem on the obverse grip, and a Reichszeugmeisterei inscription on the blade. In early 1937, the motto Blut und Ehre! (Blood and Honor!) began to be etched on early knife blades, but this practice was abolished and later knives were produced with plain blades.
There are large numbers of fake and reproduction Hitler Youth Knives. After the war, an unknown quantity of Hitler Youth-style knives were shipped to the United States, made from mostly surplus parts, with the swastika emblem on the handle of many knives replaced with a fleur-de-lis emblem, similar to that used by the Boy Scouts. Knives of this style are still made for recreational use. Authentic models include a small leather swatch that prevents metal on metal contact between the handle and sheath, and have steel rather than alloy scabbards. Some fake scabbards also have a raised lip at the throat, unlike genuine ones.