Jamie Cross Collectables 
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(CS488) A RAD Man's Hewer being of standard construction with a staghorn grip and fixed with two screws to a nickel silver hilt, with a nice symeter style blade. The hewer as a working tool, has been used and worn, probably chopping wood and other camping activities. The blade has got several nicks and dings to it. It also still has its original motto etched into it and is maker marked Gottleib Hammesfahr Solligen and shows a pyramid trade mark. It is also Ges Gesch and RADL marked within a triangle. The scabbard is used and worn and has lost most of its black oxidised finish. The nickel silver fittings have oxidised and tarnished, but there has been no de-nazidifacation attempts. This dagger could probably do with a bit of tender restoration.
GBP 600.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC414) A German Officer's Navy Dagger. The dagger retains some of the original fire gilding to it and is the type with the hammered pattern scabbard. Unfortunately, the scabbard has been caught in a car or ship's door and has the usual dent in it. The dagger itself, is complete with its white handle with grip wire and has an etched blade showing intertwined leaves, with an anchor and sailing ship. The dagger is also marked on the blade for the firm of Holler of Solingen and has a thermometer trademark to the centre. The blade is nice and clean, though it could do with a mild soap cleaning. The dagger's eagle to the pommel unscrews, but the handle is stuck quite firmly. The handle can be seen to be a white plastic overlaid wood. Very nice quality and condition. The blade has not been shortened or tipped. 475.00 (UK Pounds)

(S112) A German Army Standard Bayonet. The bayonet is marked on the scabbard GFBRHELLER1940. There is also a number stamped into the back being 3240. The bayonet itself has the wooden grips and has a nice blade that has been artificially blackened. The number on the bayonet is 4649c. The bayonet appears not to have been sharpened. The wood grips are nice and intact and all in all, a nice condition item, not often found nowadays With the bayonet comes a brown leather frog that is marked SS and 1940 Very nice item GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

(S62) A German Army Sword Knot being in good used condition with some pulling of some of the threads, as can be seen from the scan. The knot has nice silver bullion work still intact and will be ideal for using on a sword that has had some service wear. This is a universal pattern for most of the swords in the army series. GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

(S454) A Post War Paper Knife using as its model, the German navy dress dagger. These were often sold to allied soldiers as souvenirs at the end of the war. They were manufactured by the German dagger firms. Unusual items to find nowadays. They are nice letter openers for military buffs, historians etc. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(S455) A Post War Letter Opener based on the Luftwaffe 1st Pattern dagger, this had the swastika replaced with the American emblems. Often sold to soldiers postwar, these items are historical trade items from the period. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

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