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Army Daggers

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The WWII German Army (Heer) dress dagger was first authorized for army personnel to carry in 1935. The dagger, as was all officer uniforms, a privately purchased item. The original dagger design was well received and featured a silvered exterior with a white or colored grip. The crossguard design depicted a Wehrmacht, (Army) open-winged eagle clutching a wreathed swastika in its talons. The pommel depicted a pattern of vertical standing oak leaves and acorns around its outer circumference. The scabbard body had two panels of a random pebbled design with two oak leaf and acorn designed bands. The early examples featured; brass or tombac based fittings that were quality plated, tapered tang blades and trylon slant grips. Later produced examples transitioned to; zinc based fittings, celluloid plaster grips, and were finished in a natural gray metal. Army daggers are occasionally encountered with decorative hangers (making it possible for the individual to carry the dagger on his belt) and an aluminum portepee (verifying officer ranking). If you would like to learn more about Army Daggers we have provided a video guide for beginning collectors.

Voos Army with Bone Grip & Etched Blade

Voos Army with Bone Grip & Etched Blade

This is only available to US buyers due to import restrictions. Well this ultimate Army dagger for the advanced collector! Absolutely the most desirable dagger that could be bought in the period and remains the pinnacle today! The etched blade and bone grips were extra cost options that could be specially ordered. This would have been for the well-heeled Officer. ... Read and See More
Item Number:    AR-10338
Rating:    Exc++
Price:    $10,995.00 USD