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German WW2 Luftwaffe Transitional Dagger

 
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1st Model Luftwaffe Transitional Dagger. Carl Eickhorn small double oval TM. Silver-plated hilt fittings show light surface wear/age patina with some minor wear to background plating on pommel and crossguard swastikas. Dark blue leather grip shows light surface wear. Grip is complete with triple twisted wire wrap. Plated blade measuring 12 ¼” in length grades XF+/excellent showing surface wear/runner marks with gray shadowing/speckling on both obverse and reverse, but no nicks to cutting edges. Blade is complete with blue leather blade buffer pad. Blue leather covered scabbard with metal base shows surface wear/minor depressions to leather, but no rips, tears, or damage to side seam. Nickel-silver upper, center, and lower scabbard fittings show light surface wear/age. Lower fitting is complete with original staple, while staples are missing on the upper and center fitting which are both marked, “11.” Nickel-silver chain hanger featuring 9 upper and 14 lower rings shows light age/wear and is complete with early nickel-silver clip which is missing the internal spring. Nice early transitional example recently obtained in the state of Tennessee. Thomas M. Johnson companyis for sale DLV for $3,995 (item number: 17462).

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German WW2 Luftwaffe Transitional Dagger

1st Model Luftwaffe Transitional Dagger. Carl Eickhorn small double oval TM. Silver-plated hilt fittings show light surface wear/age patina with some minor wear to background plating on pommel and crossguard swastikas. Dark blue leather grip shows light surface wear. Grip is complete with triple twisted wire wrap. Plated blade measuring 12 ¼” in length grades XF+/excellent showing surface wear/runner marks with gray shadowing/speckling on both obverse and reverse, but no nicks to cutting edges. Blade is complete with blue leather blade buffer pad. Blue leather covered scabbard with metal base shows surface wear/minor depressions to leather, but no rips, tears, or damage to side seam. Nickel-silver upper, center, and lower scabbard fittings show light surface wear/age. Lower fitting is complete with original staple, while staples are missing on the upper and center fitting which are both marked, “11.” Nickel-silver chain hanger featuring 9 upper and 14 lower rings shows light age/wear and is complete with early nickel-silver clip which is missing the internal spring. Nice early transitional example recently obtained in the state of Tennessee. Thomas M. Johnson companyis for sale DLV for $3,995 (item number: 17462).

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DLV FLYERS KNIFE

The DLV Flyers knife was adopted in 1934.

All the metal fittings of the hilt and scabbard are nickel plated or aluminum!

The grip is made of wood and, just as the scabbard, is covered with a dark blue leather.

In the middle of the crossguard there’s a black enameled swastika inset on the front and back.

The blade is a short 6 7/8 inch and double edged with only the manufacturer’s proofmark on the reverse!

When the aforementioned DLV Flyer’s dagger was introduced for officers, a slight modification was made to the Flyer’s knife in 1936, extending the length  with 5cm and substituting the grip and scabbard leather with a blue wrinkle enamel simulating the rough grain of leather.

The DLV spread-wing insignia was stamped on the scabbard throat. On one quillon wing end-area, will be normaaly stamped with the letter “K”! It is possible to find the knife without this stamping!

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