Jamie Cross Collectables 
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(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 100.00 (UK Pounds)

(S374) A Relic Condition German Luftwaffe Dagger. Though I use the term relic, this dagger isn't that bad. To start with, the blade has some minor rusting to it and it is slightly twisted when you look at it from the handle. You have aluminium fittings, with a white plastic handle, which is overlaid on a wood base. The wire grip is nice and complete. You then have a well used and faded portee wrapped around the handle, this has lost most of the silver wiring. The blade is marked WMW WAFFEN. You then have a steel scabbard that has again, rusted with alloy fittings affixed. To these, you have two parts of the luftwaffe strap, which are complete with their hooks, buckles and top fixings, but minus their overall joiner, which would tie the two straps together at the top. This dagger could really do with some tlc, with the rust removed, the blade polished and oiled and the scabbard sorted. With these daggers being priced at well over 500 now, this would be a great project for someone who has the time, skill and ability to clean it up. GBP 325.00 (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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