Wehrmacht Dress Dagger By Holler
Wehrmacht Dress Dagger by Holler, etched maker mark. Pressed composite grips that thankfully have survived any damage. Pommel adorned by 12 hand finished oak leaves and tiny acorns. The eagle is a beauty with the large hanging upper part of the beak. Leather buffer in place. The blade is very clean, not mint but still very good.
What is noticeable about this is the tight blade to scabba... read more
Imperial German EB67 “Ersoc” Erzatz Bayonet
Imperial German EB67 “Ersoc” Erzatz Bayonet, made from various socket bayonet blades, this one has the fraktur (Inspection mark) and Kaiser Wilhelm II stamp.
Complete with correct pattern scabbard.
A rare bayonet from the Ersatz family. read more
Sterling SMG Bayonet
This is a Sterling SMG bayonet. The blade is dated 1975 and maker marked with the Hopkinson lozenge. It has no other markings and I don’t think it’s moved out of the armoury. Interesting that it’s still got its stores label stating Bayonet No5. As we know the Jungle Carbine was not in use in 1975. Note the difference in colour of the grip scales, this is the norm as they take on their patina wi... read more