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WW1 GERMAN SAWBACK 1898/05 BAYONET AND FROG.

This model is often described as the butcher bayonet because of its massive clever like blade and this example has a impressive looking sawback blade and is in excellent condition. The metal hilt still retains some original factory bluing and the reverse side of the pommel has an imperial Waffen amp stamp. The brown wooden grip plates are in excellent condition. Matching steel scabbard is also in good condition and has several waffen amp stamps. Complete with webbing type frog, it is not the correct model for this bayonet but it has been on it for a very long time and cannot be removed. Exc++

Code: 35620

325.00 GBP


WW1 GERMAN 1898/05 MODEL BAYONET.

This was originally a saw back bayonet which has had the sawback removed during WW1, this is sometimes seen as German soldiers who were captured with sawback bayonets would often receive very bad treatment if captured as the wounds a sawback would inflict were especially unpleasant. This bayonet model has a massive clever like blade and is often called a the butcher bayonet because of this. Iron hilt is in excellent condition, the obverse side of the pommel is stamped with an Imperial German waffen amp mark. The wooden grip plates are in excellent condition. The blade is still very bright, the spine has been ground to remove the sawback blade as mentioned above but there is still an imperial waffen amp stamp visible, the makers name has also been worn away probably at the same time as the sawback was removed but there are still a couple of letters visible if carefully examined. Complete with steel scabbard showing age and wear but no dents or damage. Exc+

Code: 35602

165.00 GBP


WW1 GERMAN IRON CROSS 1ST CLASS.

A fine example still retaining all original black paint finish.The reverse side features pin and hook and makers initials KO. [Condition: Near Mint]

Code: 34096

225.00 GBP


MINIATURE IMPERIAL GERMAN SWORD WITH BLUED PRESENTATION BLADE.

Although I have owned a number of miniature imperial presentation swords over the years I have never owned or even seen this model before. Gilt metal hilt features a large open wing Imperial crowned eagle and a black painted grip. The double engraved blade is plated and it is factory frosted with a blued background, decorative long panel to the obverse side with inscription, S.HOCHVEREHRTEN CHEF, 50 JAHR. MILITAR DIENST JUBILAUM, D.OFFIZIERKORPS D.INF REGTS, GEN-FELDM.V.HINDENBURG, VOR THINABURG 7.4.16 I GR FELDZUG, with crowned initials and coat of arms. The reverse side features long blued decorative panel. Black painted scabbard is in fine condition. Complete with matching miniature blue and white portepee knot. Size just under 10 inches long and which would make the perfect paper knife for a collectors desk. [Condition: Near Mint]

Code: 32974

325.00 GBP


WW1 GERMAN 1898/05 MODEL BAYONET.

This model bayonet is oftener described as the butchers bayonet because of its huge clever like blade. Metal hilt shows age and the reverse of the pommel is stamped with imperial Waffen amp marks, the bayonet slot is complete but no longer functions, it probably just needs some oil to get it working properly again. The brown wooden grip plates are in perfect condition and are very fine quality. The blade is by Simson & Co Suhl and it is still in excellent condition, the spine is marked with a crown, W15 and other marks. The scabbard shows faint age pitting to the surface, it is also marked with a stamp to the upper reverse side but this is now difficult to decipher. EXC+

Code: 35492

Reserved


SUPERB WW1 PORCELLEIN VASE BY MEISSEN DECORATED WITH IRON CROSS.

A very attractive porcelain vase decorated with a large Imperial German iron cross with dates below in gilt, 1914 / 1915 and with decorative gilt highlights. The vase is fitted with four paw and claw feet and standing on a base. The base is marked with Miessen crossed swords and other pottery stamps. Height 14cm. Extremity high quality and very decorative.[Condition: Mint]

Code: 35452

200.00 GBP


IMPERIAL GERMAN WW1 STEIN MODELED AS GENERAL OTTO VON BISMARK.

A superb stein modelled as General Otto Von Bismark. The general is shown wearing his imperial helmet which is actually the lid of the stein. The detail is exceptional and amazingly it is in mint condition. [Condition: Mint]

Code: 35453

295.00 GBP


IMPERIAL GERMAN GUARD REGIMENT PICKELHAUBE HELMET INKWELL.

A superb Imperial German inkwell designed as a miniature Guard Regiment officers Pickelhaube helmet. Silver metal skull fitted with officers chin chain and with Guard Regiment helmet plate with Regimental motto, SUUM GUIQUE and with Imperial German eagle to the centre. Ball top to crown of helmet for an artillery Regiment. The top of the helmet lifts on a hinge to reveal an internal inkwell. Occasionally miniature helmet inkwells are seen but these are normally British or French fireman's helmets, it is extremely unusual to find one designed as a German army pickelhaube helmet and I believe this is the 1st example I have offered for sale. A desirable and rare decorative item for a collectors desk especially if you collect helmets. [Condition: Exc++]

Code: 35440

220.00 GBP


MINIATURE WW1 GERMAN PICKELHAUBE HELMET.

Highly detailed miniature Imperial German pickelhaube helmet probably produced as a paperweight. The helmet is mounted by separately applied helmet plate and chin strap, the helmet is pierced with a miniature sword. A very impressive and interesting item for a collectors desk. Circa 1910. [Condition: Near Mint]

Code: 35431

110.00 GBP


LUSITANIA CASED MADALLION.

These medallions were produced in England during WW1 as propaganda commemorating the sinking of the passenger ship Lusitania by a German U.Boat. The Lusitania was sunk in 1915 with over 1000 casualty's, the German government declared that the passenger ship was also carrying ammunition and explosives for British forces making it a legitimate target but this was denied by the British Government, in recent years divers examining the wreck discovered a quantity of ammunition so apparently the German statement of 1915 was correct. The obverse side of the medallion depicts the Lusitania sinking into the sea with commemorative inscription, the reverse side features the grim reaper greeting the passengers. Complete with original issue box. [Condition: Exc++]

Code: 35361

68.00 GBP