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Solingen-Remscheid E Bonsmann (Dreiakerwerk), Solingen-Ohligs Bontgen & Sabin (Bonsawerk), Solingen Gebruder Born (Besteckfabrik), Solingen Justus Brenger & Co (Justinuswerk), Solingen-Wald F von Brosy-Steinberb, Solingen-Ohligs Ernst Bruckmann, Solingen-Ohligs Rudolf Buechel, Solingen-Merscheid Karl Burgsmuller, Berlin Ernst Busch, Solingen CAM = Carl Aug Meis GmbH CE = Carl Eickhorn Ch AW =Arthur Wingen Chromolit = Arthur Wingen Constantwerk – see Friedrich Herder Abr Sohn Curdts Nachf – see E H Otto GmbH Curna – see E H Otto GmbH Gebruder Christians (Christianswerk), Solingen-Nord Ewald Cleff, Solingen Clemen & Jung, Solingen Alexander Coppel GmbH (Alcoso), Solingen Alexander Coppel GmbH (Alcoso), Solingen Curten & Holtgen, Solingen D Deltawerk – see Hugo Linder Diogenes – see Herder & Sohn Friedr Dick GmbH, Esslingen Ernst Dirlam (Hoffnungswerk), Solingen-Hoffnung Dirlam & Sohne, Solingen-Manganberg J E Dittert & Co, Neustadt Albert Dorschel, Solingen Richard Drees & Sohn KG, Solingen E

SA Daggers

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Formed in 1921, the Sturmabteilung (SA) or “Brown Shirts”, functioned as the original paramilitary wing of the Nazi Party (NSDAP). Comprised mostly out of WWI veterans and Freikorps (German volunteer military or paramilitary units), the SA’s main function was to provide protection at Nazi rallies and assemblies.

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The SA played a critical role in Hitler’s rise to power. The organization was co-founded by Adolf Hitler and Ernst Rohm, and was later put under Rohm’s leadership. In 1934, Hitler’s ordered the “Blood purge” / the dis-empowering of the SA which later became known as the “Night of the Long Knives”. Like most NSDAP branches, the SA wore paramilitary dress and dagger.

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The SA dagger was originally produced in vast quantities by 123 different cottage makers. Initially these daggers were made with the highest quality, being produced out of hand-fitted nickel fittings, hardwood grips and brown anodized or “blued” scabbards. The blades were etched, “Alles für Deutschland”, or “All for Germany”. Pre-1935 SA daggers were stamped with the SA group stamp to the reverse of the lower crossguard. Later examples were RZM marked and used less expensive plated zinc-based fittings with painted scabbards.

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Given the size of the SA we do occasionally see other rarer daggers carried by this branch of service including the SA and NSKK High Leader dagger, the Feldherrnhalle along with some very special presentation pieces. If you would like to learn more about SA daggers we provide a video guide for beginning collectors.

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Honor Daggers

Early SA Chained High Leader Dagger by Eickhorn
Early SA Chained High Leader Dagger by Eickhorn
We welcome the opportunity of purchasing untouched original SA High Leader Daggers The blades is are maiden hair, hand-forged, Damascus steel construction. The obverse feature a muted gilt, raised out, SA motto which reads “Alles Für Deutschland” and is flanked by oak leaf and acorn sprigs. The reverse displays that same prominent maiden-hair pattern.
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Röhm Daggers

Partial Röhm SA Dagger by Anton Wingen Jr

Partial Röhm SA Daggers The blade on these look fine. The acid etched partial “In herzlicher kameradschaft (Ernst Röhm)” motto remain visible. The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Anton Wingen Jr Solingen” maker mark remain intact.

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IFull Röhm SA Dagger by C. Eickhorn

FULL Röhm SA! The blades on these are nice The acid etched “In herzlicher kameradschaft Ernst Röhm” motto are completely intact and positioned exactly where ithey should be! The “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Carl Eickhorn Solingen” maker mark

Eickhorn Ground Rohm SA Dagger
The blades must be bright example with near 100% of factory crossgrain. having a nicely frosted “Alles fur Deutschland” motto! The Rohm inscriptions are factory removed leaving no evidence that it was there.
The tip is perfect, the fit is nice and tight and the crossgrain looks great against the light! The

E. P. & S. (Pack) Ground Rohm SA Dagger
E. Pack. The bright blade on this one has never been cleaned. It is an obvious factory ground Rohm, with all the inscription removed and part of the maker mark. The crossgrain is stunning and the motto and maker mark, are beautifully executed! The blade ..

Numbered Partial Röhm SA Dagger by E.P.&S.

A solid looking Partial Röhm SA that’s numbered! The blade on this one is one looks great! The acid etched “In herzlicher kameradschaft Ernst Röhm” motto looks great. It was a backyard job and you can see approximately 40%! I always prefer these to the so often seen factory ground jobs. I just picture the guys coming home …
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Rating: Exc+

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Full Röhm SA Dagger by Carl Eickhorn

A great looking FULL Röhm SA! The blade on this one is one to be cherished! The entire “In herzlicher kameradschaft Ernst Röhm” motto is completely intact and is positioned exactly where it should be! The “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Carl Eickhorn Solingen” maker mark are all beautifully executed! The crossgrain shines quite nicely in the ..
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NSKK Leader Daggers

Chained NSKK Leader Dagger by RZM M7/66 1940
Chained NSKK Leader Dagger by RZM M7/66 1940

Here we have a beautiful chained NSKK leader dagger by Eickhorn! The blade on this one is stunning! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “RZM M7/66 1940” (Carl Eickhorn, Solingen) maker mark are both dark, crisp and beautifully executed! They truly provide a wonderful contrast to the bright blade! The crossgrain is stunning and runs the full length …
Chained NSKK Leader Dagger by RZM M7/66

A chained NSKK leader dagger by Eickhorn! The blade on this one is stunning! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “RZM M7/66” maker mark are both dark, crisp and beautifully executed! They truly provide a wonderful contrast to the bright blade! The crossgrain is stunning and runs the full length of the blade.
Early Daggers

Early SA by F. Dick

A solid early one right from the Vet’s family! The blade on this one looks nice. The acid etched and period painted “Alles für Deutschland” motto and one of 2 variant maker marks look good! The fits are all perfect as a matter of fact this thing has never been taken apart, cleaned or messed with in any way.

Early NSKK Dagger by Aesculap

NSKK maker that still is in the blade industry today! The blade on this one looks great! The acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “Aesculap Tuttlingen” maker mark are both crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain runs the full length of the blade and looks stunning against the light!
NSKK Dagger by Haco

Nice example of a desirable maker. The acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and round “Haco Berlin” maker mark are both crisp and beautifully executed! The fit is nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! This has been cleaned removing most of the crossgrain. The blade rates Rxc/Exc+. It has some age runner marks and … Read and See More

Early SA by Sudd Gefrees Messerfabrik

The blade on this one looks good. It has a dark and beautifully executed “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and maker mark! The tip looks good, the fit is nice and just the most minor of age. The blade rates Exc++. The brown anodized scabbard has lots of factory lacquer and all the anodizing. It remains completely dent-free. The scabbard fittings …
Early SA by Johann Jeupold with Vertical Hanger

Rating a 7 out of 10 on the McSarr rarity scale, here’s a nice untouched piece with a certical. The blade has some age spots the worse of which are to the reverse. Motto is crisp and nice black! Good crossgrain remains. The blade rates a Exc/Exc+. Undented scabbard is in good shape with a small dent to the obverse .
Early SMF SA Dagger

A nice grip on this one! The blade looks good. The crossgrain still remains visible, the fit is nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point. The dark acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “SMF Solingen” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The blade rates Exc+. It has age grey throughout. The brown anodized scabbard
Early SA Dagger by C. Linder

A solid example all around! The blade on this one looks great. The crisp acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “C. Linder Solingen Merscheid” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is real nice! It has a perfect fit and perfect tip! The blade rates in at an Exc+/Exc++. There is a bit of age and scuffs … Early Aesculap SA Dagger

Here’s a quality SA maker that still is in the blade industry today!. The blade on this one rates NM! The crossgrain runs the full length of the blade and is stunning against the light! The dark acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and Aesculap maker mark are beautifully executed. The tip comes ..
Early E. P. & S. (Pack) NSKK Dagger

One by the one of the most popular SA dagger makers Ernst Pack. The blade on this one has been cleaned and has some light fingerprint stains. The motto and maker mark both look nice and it has a tight fit. The blade has some crossgrain and rates an Exc+/Exc++. The undented black painted scabbard body is lightly worn.
Early SA Dagger by Carl Heidelberg

For those of you who like to “tip a few”  Here’s a fine looking example! The bright blade on this one looks good! The acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “Carl Heidelberg Solingen” maker mark are nicely executed! It has been cleaned at some point lightening the etch somewhat. There are some dots of age and some fine .
Early Kober SA Dagger

Always a hit with collectors looking for quality, Kober made a superior product! The blade on this one is pretty good. There are some dots of age I have not tried to clean. If you go outside and turn the blade just so in the sun you can see tons of crossgrain! The blade has a perfect tip, excellent fit, …
Early Tiger-stripe SA by Puma

A really interesting early example by Puma! The blade on this one is a bit tired. The crisp acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “Puma Solingen” maker mark are both beautifully executed! It’s been cleaned and the blade shows age, runner marks and wear. It has a perfect fit and perfect tip! The blade rates an Exc. The …
Early SA Dagger by Ernst Grah

The blade on this one has some age but still retains good crossgrain. This is considered by the MsSarr as a rare maker rating 9/10. The acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and maker mark are slightly faded, likely by cleaning at some point. This maker is not known for having a strong etch. The fit remains nice and tight
Early SA by Rare Maker August Rother

Rating a 10 out of 10 on the McSarr rarity scale, here’s one worth considering. Blade is hurtin’ having been shortened and repointed by about 7mm. It’s been cleaned hard lightening the motto. Traces of crossgraining remain. The blade rates VG. Undented scabbard is in good shape with thinning anodizing but no oxidizing. The ball is undented. The fittings show .
Early SA by rare maker A. Werth

A real treat when these rare ones come around! This one rates 10 out of 10 for rarity on McSaars SA rarity rating list! The blade on this one is in good condition but has been cleaned! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and maker mark are both crisply executed. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes ..
Early SA Dagger by E. Gerling

A rare bird! This one rates 9 out of 10 for rarity on McSaars SA rarity rating list! The blade on this one is in excellent condition! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “E. Gerling Solingen” maker mark are both crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The …

Early NSKK Dagger by Curdts Nachf

Another one from that huge collection! The blade on this one looks excellent! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Curdts Nachf Solingen” maker mark are both nicely executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! This …
Early SA Dagger by Haco

A beautiful early SA Dagger! The blade on this one has been cleaned and it’s very nice. The upper reverse has some minute scratches like someone tried to sharpen it. I say that but it’s not sharp so maybe someonerubbed it across a rich or such. I tried to get this in a pic but could no you can only ..
Personalized Early SA Dagger by F. Herder

I’ve seen a mark like this before, The Keys of Heaven! The bright blade on this one looks good! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “F. Herder Solingen” maker mark are both nicely executed! The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point!

Early SA Dagger by F. W. Höller

Many of us have come across Höller marked pieces yet this is Höllers earliest maker mark (1933-1935) and is quite rare! It rates 9 out of 10 for rarity! The bright blade on this one looks good! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “F. W. Höller Solingen” maker mark are both dark, crisp and …
Rare Early SA Dagger by Eduard Vitting

This one rates 10 out of 10 for rarity on McSaars rating! Crazy to even find it! The blade on this one looks great! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Eduard Vitting Solingen” maker mark are both crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice …
Early SA Dagger by Gebr. Heller

Another one from huge collection that we recently got in! The bright blade on this one looks good! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Gebr. Heller” maker mark are both nicely executed! The crossgrain can be seen in the light. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a sharp point! This blade rates ..
Early SA Dagger by F. W. Backhaus

A great looking piece! The blade on this one looks great! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “F. W. Backhaus Solingen” maker mark are both dark, crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a sharp .
Early SA Dagger by Gust. Weyersberg

A rare maker and a beautiful piece! The blade on this one is in wonderful condition! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Gust. Weyersberg Nachf. Solingen GWNS” maker mark are both dark, crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice and tight and .
Early SA Dagger by Gebr. Becker

Check out that chef! The blade on this one looks great. The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Gebr. Becker Solingen” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! This blade rates
Early SA Dagger by Ernst. Bruckmann

A nice looking piece here! The blade on this one looks good. The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Ernst Bruckmann Solingen – Ohligs Mann” maker mark are both nicely executed! The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! This blade rates an Exc. It has been heavily cleaned and shows minor ..
Early SA Dagger by Ludwig Groten

This one is about as rare as they come! This one rates 10 out of 10 for rarity on McSaar’s SA rarity ratting The blade on this one looks decent. The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Ludwig Groten Solingen” maker mark look good. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a sharp point! This ..
Early SA Dagger by Carl Jul. Krebs

A good one here! The blade on this one looks great! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “H & F. Lauterjung W. Solingen” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! This …
Transitional NSKK Dagger by Puma

A rare transitional example by a desired maker! The blade on this one is just beautiful!! It has a dark, crisp and beautifully executed acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and double marked maker mark! The tip comes to a perfect point and the fit is nice and tight. The crossgrain wonderfully shines against the light! The blade rates .
Early NSKK Dagger by Malsch & Ambronn

I love the look of this maker mark! The blade on this one looks good. The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Malsch & Ambronn Steinbach” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect ..
Early SA Dagger by Carl Bender

The blade on this one looks good. The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Carl Bender Solingen” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! This blade rates Exc+. It shows heavy …
Early SA Dagger by F. Von Brosy

A rare maker mark on this one! This one rates 9 out of 10 for rarity on McSaar’s SA rarity ratting! The blade on this one looks excellent! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “F. Von Brosy-Steinberg Solingenmaker mark are both dark, crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to …
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Early SA Dagger by Thomas Wielputz
Early SA Dagger by Thomas Wielputz

A rare maker mark on this one! This one rates 9 out of 10 for rarity on McSaar’s SA rarity ratting! The blade on this one looks excellent! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Thomas Wielputz Solingen-Hohscheid Gegr. 1880.” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. ..
Early SA by Otto Simon

A nice dark motto from a maker 9 on the McSaar rarity scale. The blade on this one has a dark and deep acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and maker mark both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is still visible as you turn this in the sun! The fit is nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point. .
Early SA Dagger by Clemen & Jung

Another excellent example from huge collection that we recently got in! The blade on this one looks excellent! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Clemen & Jung Z Solingen” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible all the way from the hilt to the tip. The fit remains nice and tight and the tip .
Early SA Dagger by Otto Simon

A rare maker on this one! It rates 9 out of 10 for rarity on McSaar’s SA rarity rating list! The blade on this one looks good. The “Alles für Deutschland” motto and “Otto Simon Steinbach Kr.M.” maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain shines quite nicely in the light, running the full length of the blade. The ..
Earliest SA Dagger by Eickhorn

This piece would have been among the preliminary Eickhorn production of SA Daggers! The cleaned blade on this one looks good. The acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and large double oval “Carl Eickhorn C.E. Solingen” maker mark are both nicely executed! The fit remains nice and tight and the tip comes to a perfect point! This blade rates .
McSarr SA Rarity Rating

A must for the serious SA collector, this lists all the makers by rarity and is the most recent issue. This is an original 2 side example in a protective plastic cover. It will be shipped 1st class mail at No Charge. Great opportunity to support our hobby researchers! No pic supplied for obvious reasons! 🙂 .
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Transitional NSKK Dagger by C. Eickhorn

Always nice to see a transitional piece! The blade on this one looks great! The acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and transitional “RZM M7/66 1938” / “Eickhorn Solingen Original” maker marks are all dark, crisp and beautifully executed! The crossgrain is easily visible from hilt to tip.
Transitional NSKK Dagger by Puma

A rare transitional example by a desired maker! The blade on this one is just beautiful!! It has a dark, crisp and beautifully executed acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and double marked maker mark! The tip comes to a perfect point and the fit is nice and tight.
Transitional SA Dagger by Eickhorn

Transitional Eickhorn SA’s are the most abundant of a transitional’s. The blade on this one loloks excellent! The dark and crisp acid etched “Alles für Deutschland” motto and double “Eickhorn Solingen”/“RZM M7/66 1939” maker mark are beautifully executed!
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RZM Daggers

RZM M7/27 SA Dagger by Puma

Here’s a good looking RZM piece with a nice dark motto! The blade on this one looks great. The crisp acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto is beautifully executed and the “RZM M7/27” (Pumawerk (Lauterjung & Sohn), Solingen) maker mark is a bit lightened losing most it’s burnish.
RZM M7/72 (Karl Rob. Kaldenbach) SA Dagger

A solid example here! The blade on this one rates NM. The crossgrain is beautiful against the light, the tip and fit are both perfect and the dark motto and maker mark are both beautifully executed! There are the common runner marks and light evidence of a few fingerprints. The brown painted scabbard has 99% of its original paint still intact .
SA Dagger by RZM M7/42 (WKC)

A nice looking piece here! This one was previously owned by Simply Daggers in the U.K. I will just use his previous description:
“I am on a run at the moment for very nice condition daggers,
RZM M7/8 NSKK Dagger

A nice piece! The blade on this one looks great! The dark and crisp acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “RZM M7/8” (Eduard Gembruch, Solingen-Grafrath) maker mark are beautifully executed! The crossgrain is wonderful as you shine it in the light!

Here’s a nice looking RZM piece! The blade on this one looks great. The crisp acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “RZM M7/27” (Pumawerk (Lauterjung & Sohn), Solingen) maker mark are both beautifully executed! The crossgrain is stunning as it shines against the light, all the way from the hit to tip! The tip is perfect and the fit ..
RZM M7/68 NSKK Dagger 1941

A nice example here! The blade on this one rates Exc++. The crossgrain is beautiful against the light, the tip and fit are both perfect and acid etched “Alles fur Deutschland” motto and “RZM M7/68” (Tigerwerk Lauterjung & Co., Solingen) maker mark are both dark, crisp and beautifully executed! There is the common age greying throughout.
SA/SS Dagger Wrench

The perfect piece when the job calls for it! We created here a precise wrench for taking apart SA and SS Daggers. I’ve seen people damage pommel nuts using the wrong tool for the job,

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Maker Marks
A-B
ACS – see Alexander Coppel GmbH
ACW – see Alexander Coppel GmbH
AES -= Arthur Evertz
Alcoso = Alexander Coppel GmbH
Alpina – see Hans Kolping
AMSO – see Albert Mebus
ARMESO – see Artur Melcher
ASSO – see Arthur Schuttelhofer & Co
AWJr = Anton Wingen Jr
Baron – see Gottfried Weyersberg Sohne KG
Bismarck = August Muller KG
Bulldog = Gebr Halbach
Aesculap AG, Tuttlingen
F W Backhaus GmbH, Solingen-Ohligs
Julius Bahrl Jr., Solingen-Merscheid
Richard Balke & Sohne, Solingen
Fritz Barthelmess (Bavaria), Muggendorf
Gunter Bastian, Solingen
Eduard Becker (Kolumbuswerk), Solingen
Gebruder Becker, Solingen
Gebruder Bell KG, Solingen-Grafrath
Carl Bender, Solingen-Grafrath
Gebruder Berns (Otterwerk), Solingen-Hohscheid
Hugo Berns (Hubeo), Solingen-Ohligs
C Bertram & Sohn Reinhard, Solingen-Wald
August Bickel, Steinbech-Hallenberg
Karl Bocker, Solingen
Julius Bodenstein, Steinbech
Gebruder Bohm Nachf (Messerfabrik), Brotterrode
Heinrich Boker & Co (Baumwerk), Solingen-Remscheid
E Bonsmann (Dreiakerwerk), Solingen-Ohligs
Bontgen & Sabin (Bonsawerk), Solingen
Gebruder Born (Besteckfabrik), Solingen
Justus Brenger & Co (Justinuswerk), Solingen-Wald
F von Brosy-Steinberb, Solingen-Ohligs
Ernst Bruckmann, Solingen-Ohligs
Rudolf Buechel, Solingen-Merscheid
Karl Burgsmuller, Berlin
Ernst Busch, Solingen
CAM = Carl Aug Meis GmbH
CE = Carl Eickhorn
Ch AW =Arthur Wingen
Chromolit = Arthur Wingen
Constantwerk – see Friedrich Herder Abr Sohn
Curdts Nachf – see E H Otto GmbH
Curna – see E H Otto GmbH
Gebruder Christians (Christianswerk), Solingen-Nord
Ewald Cleff, Solingen
Clemen & Jung, Solingen
Alexander Coppel GmbH (Alcoso), Solingen
Alexander Coppel GmbH (Alcoso), Solingen
Curten & Holtgen, Solingen
D
Deltawerk – see Hugo Linder
Diogenes – see Herder & Sohn
Friedr Dick GmbH, Esslingen
Ernst Dirlam (Hoffnungswerk), Solingen-Hoffnung
Dirlam & Sohne, Solingen-Manganberg
J E Dittert & Co, Neustadt
Albert Dorschel, Solingen
Richard Drees & Sohn KG, Solingen
E
EP&S – see Ernst Pack & Sohne GmbH
Paul Ebel, Solingen
Eickelnberg & Mack GmbH, Solingen
Carl Eickhorn, Solingen – to 1921
Carl Eickhorn, Solingen – 1921 to 1933
Carl Eickhorn, Solingen (stamped) – 1936-1941
Carl Eickhorn, Solingen
C Eppenstein Sohne, Solingen
H A Erbe AG, Schmalkalden
Arthur Evertz, Solingen
F
Fischerwerk – see Paul Kohl
Flamme – see Louis Perlmann
Fridericus – see Gebr Wester
Feldbeck & Pickard, Solingen
Gustav F Felix (Gloriawerk), Solingen
Franz Frenzel, Nixdorf
G
Gaegler – see F & A Helbig
Gazelle – see Gebr Krusius AG
Gloria – see Gustav F Felix
Gloriawerk – see Gustav F Felix
Friedrich Geigis, Solingen-Foche
Eduard Gembruch, Solingen-Grafrath
Emil Gierling, Solingen
Emil Gierling, Solingen
Rob Giersh, Solingen-Wald
Giesen & Forsthoff, Solingen
Gebr Grafrath, Solingen-Widdert
Gebr Grafrath (Grawiso), Solingen-Widdert
Gebr Grafrath, Solingen-Widdert
Gebr Grafrath, Solingen-Widdert
Carl Grah, Solingen-Ohligs
Ernst Grah, Solingen-Wald
Grah Gebr., KG (Grasoliwerk), Solingen
Grah Gebr., KG (Grasoliwerk), Solingen
Gust Reinhold Grah, Solingen-Foche
Ludwig Groten, Solingen
H
Hoffnungswerk – see Ernst Dirlam
Hubeo – see Hugo Berns
Indiawerk – see Heinrich Kaufmann & Sohne KG
Carl Haas, Solingen-Wald
Richard Haastert & Bull, Solingen-Wald
Josef Hack GmbH, Steyr
HACO Transport GmbH (HACO), Berlin
C G Haenel AG, Suhl
Eugen Haering, Solingen
Hermann Hahn, Solingen-Wald
Gustav Haker, Solingen-Merscheid
Gustav Haker, Solingen-Merscheid
Gustav Haker, Solingen-Merscheid
Carl Halbach (Stahlwarenfabrik), Solingen
Gebr Halbach (Bulldog), Solingen-Ohligs
Wilhelm Halbach, Solingen-Foche
Wilhelm Halbach, Solingen-Foche
Hammesfahr Cie, Solingen
Hammesfahr Cie, Solingen
Gottlieb Hammesfahr, Solingen-Foche
Gottlieb Hammesfahr, Solingen-Foche
Hartkopf & Co, Solingen
Hartkopf & Co, Solingen
Rich & E Hartkopf, Solingen-Merscheid
Carl Heidelberg, Solingen-Grafrath
Carl Heidelberg, Solingen-Grafrath
F & A Helbig (Gaegler), Steinbech
F & A Helbig (Gaegler), Steinbech
F & A Helbig (Gaegler), Steinbech
Gebr Heller, Schmalkalden
Gebr Heller, Marienthal
Gebr Heller, Marienthal (Etched)
Gebr Heller, Marienthal (Stamped)
J A Henckels KG (Zwillingswerk), Solingen
Paul A Henckels, Solingen
Henkel & Muller AG (Macero), Solingen-Ohligs
Herbeck & Meyer, Solingen-Hohscheid
Herbertz & Meurer, Solingen-Grafrath
Herder & Engels, Solingen-Ohligs
Herder & Sohn (Diogenes), Solingen-Ohligs
Friedrich Herder Abr Sohn (Constantwerk)
H Herder, Solingen-Ohligs
Richard Herder Abr, Solingen
F W Holler, Solingen
F W Holler – early production (19 ticks), Solingen
F W Holler – mid production (17 ticks), Solingen
F W Holler – late production (11 ticks), Solingen
Curt Hoppe, Solingen
Gottfr Hoppe Sohne, Solingen
Wilhelm Hoppe, Solingen
E & F Horster & Co Gmbh, Solingen
E & F Horster & Co Gmbh (Horstator), Solingen
E & F Horster & Co Gmbh (Horstator), Solingen
J
JMB – see Josef Munch
Johanniswerk – see Johann Leupold
Justinuswerk – see Justus Brenger & Co
Jacobs & Co, Solingen-Grafrath
C Rudolf Jacobs, Solingen-Grafrath
F Wilhelm Jordan, Solingen-Wald
K
Kolumbuswerk – see Eduard Becker
KWICK – see Carl Zander
Carl Kaiser & Co, Solingen
Emil Kaiser & Co, Solingen
Max Kaiser (Waffenhammer), Deggendorf
Karl Robert Kaldenbach, Solingen-Grafrath
Heinrich Kaufmann & Sohne KG (Indiawerk), Solingen
C F Kayser (Kormoran), Solingen
Ernst Kemper, Solingen
Georg Kerschbaumer, Steinbach
F A Kirschbaum & Co, Solingen
Robert Klaas, Solingen-Ohligs
Klittermann & Moog GmbH, Solingen-Haan
Carl Kloos, Solingen-Landwehr
August Knecht, Solingen
Ernst Knecht & Co, Solingen-Wustenhof
Wilhelm Kober & Co, Suhl
Koch & Rau, Stuttgart
Paul Kohl (Fischerwerk), Solingen-Foche
Friedrich von der Kohlen, Solingen-Grafrath
Friedrich von der Kohlen, Solingen-Grafrath
Gustav L Koller Nache, Solingen-Wald
Hugo Koller, Solingen
Hans Kolping (Alpinawerk), Solingen-Wald
Hermann Konejung AG, Solingen
Carl Julius Krebs (Kronenkrebs), Solingen
Pet Dan Krebs, Solingen
Wilhelm Kreiger, Solingen-Merscheid
Heinrich Krieghoff
Heinrich Krom (HCH), Muchen
Gebr Krumm, Solingen
Arter Krupp AG, Berndorf
Gebr Krusius AG, Solingen-Wald
Carl Fr Kuhrt KG, Zella Mehlis
August Kullenberg, Solingen-Grafrath
Kupper & Oertling (Neptun), Solingen
Kupper & Sohnius (Fleischerwerk), Solingen-Remscheid
L
Louper – see Louis Perlmann
Lux – see Carl Tillmann Sohne KG
Lauterjung & Co (Tiger), Solingen
Lauterjung & Co (Tiger), Solingen
Lauterjung & Co (PUMA)
H & F Lauterjung, Solingen-Widdert
Johann Leupold, Bayreuth
Johann Leupold (Johnnswerk), Bayreuth
Johann Leupold (Leuco), Bayreuth
Johann Leupold (Leuco), Bayreuth
Johann Leupold (Leuco), Bayreuth
Carl Linder, Solingen-Merscheid
Carl & Robert Linder, Solingen-Weyer
Hermann Linder & Sohne (Senta), Solingen
Hugo Linder & C W Sohn (Linor), Solingen
Hugo Linder (Deltawerk), Solingen
Otto Linder, Solingen-Merscheid
P D Luneschloss, Solingen
Peter Lungstrass, Solingen-Ohligs
Peter Lungstrass, Solingen-Ohligs
Carl Lutters & Cie (Lowenwerk), Solingen
E Luttges & Co, Solingen
Gebr. Lutzenkirchen, Solingen
M
Macero – see Henkel & Muller AG
MANN – see Ernst Bruckmann
Malsch & Ambronn, Stainbech
August Malsch Fr Sohn, Steinbach
David Malsch, Steinbach
Karl Malsch Gust Sohn, Steinbach
Karl Malsch-Spitzer, Steinbach
Ernst Mandlewirth, Solingen
Max May & vom Hau, Solingen-Ohligs
Albert Mebus, Solingen-Ohligs
Carl Aug Meis GmbH (Cam), Solingen-Merscheid
Kuno Meisenburg (Undine), Solingen
Artur Melcher, Solingen-Merscheid
Melzer & Feller, Zella Mehlis
August Merten Wwe, Solingen-Grafrath
August Muller KG (Bismarck), Solingen-Merscheid
Muller & Smschmidt (Pfeilringwerk), Solingen
Gottfried Muller, Herges
Robert Muller, Solingen-Merscheid
Robert Muller & Sohn (Romuso), Solingen-Merscheid
Josef Munch (JMB), Brotterode
N
Neptun – see Kupper & Oertling
C Gustav Neeff, Solingen
Neidhardt & Schmidt, Brotterode
Ferd Neuhaus, Solingen
OOtter, Otterwerk – see Gebruder Berns
F Ed Ohliger, Solingen
Julius Ohliger, Solingen
Karl Oschmann & Co., Brotterode
E H Otto GmbH (Curdts Nachf), Solingen
E H Otto GmbH (Curdts Nachf), Solingen
E H Otto GmbH (Curdts Nachf), Solingen
Ottersbach & Co., Solingen
P
PAWECO – see Paul Weyersberg & Co Perfectum – see E Spitzer
Pfeilringwerk – see Muller & Smschmidt
Puma, Pumawerk – see Lauterjung & Sohn
Ernst Pack & Sohne GmbH, Solingen
Anw Pauseback, Solingen
Daniel Peres Co GmbH, Solingen
Louis Perlmann (Louper), Solingen
Franz Pils & Sohne, Steinbach
Franz Pils & Sohne, Steyr
Julius Pils, Nixdorf
Friedrich Plucker Jr, Solingen-Grafrath
Richard Plumacher Sohn, Solingen
Richard Plumacher Sohn, Solingen
Pumeto, Solingen
R
ROMUSO – see Robert Muller & Sohn
Hugo Rader, Solingen
Ernst Hugo Rasspe, Solingen
Ehrhardt Reich, Schweina
Cuno Remscheid & Co (Remeve), Solingen-Aufderhohe
Josef Reuleaux, Solingen-Wald
Kuno Ritter, Solingen-Grafrath
Ernst Romer, Solingen
August Rother, Solingen
Albert Rottgen, Solingen
Ernst Rottgen, Solingen
Franz Rupprecht, Duren
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J P Sauer & Sohn, Suhl
Carl D Schaaff, Solingen
Eugen Scheidt, Solingen-Ohligs
Carl A Schlieper, Solingen-Remscheid
Josef Schlimbach, Solingen
J A Schmidt & Sohne, Solingen
Rudolf Schmidt, Solingen
Friedrich Aug Schmitz, Solingen
Gustav Schneider Nachf, Solingen
Hermann Schneider, Solingen-Aufderhohe
Hermann Schneider, Solingen-Aufderhohe
Abr Schnittert (Wasso), Solingen-Wald
Emil Schrick & Sohn, Solingen
Arthur Schuttelhofer & Co (Asso), Solingen-Wald
Paul Seilheimer, Solingen
Hugo Servatius, Solingen
Otto Simon, Steinbach
Solinger Axt und Hauerfabrik GmbH, Solingen-Ohligs
Solinger Axt und Hauerfabrik GmbH, Solingen-Ohligs (Small)
Solinger Axt und Hauerfabrik GmbH, Solingen-Ohligs
Spalteneder, Muchen
C Gustav Spitzer KG, Soligen
Karl Spitzer, Steinbach
Franz Steinhoff, Solingen-Wald
Stocker & Co (SMF), Solingen
Otto Stover, Solingen
Suddeutsche Messerfabrik GmbH, Gefrees
Tiger – see Lauterjung & Co
Karl Tiegel (Tiegelwerk), Riemberg, Schlesien
Carl Tillmann Sohne KG, Solingen-Remscheid
Gebr Torley, Solingen-Wald
V
Undine – see Kuno Meisenburg
Eduard Vitting, Solingen
Aldolf Volker, Schmalkalden
Aldolf Volker, Schmalkalden
Emil Voos, Solingen
Gustav Voss, Solingen
W
Waffenhammer – see Max Kaiser
Wagner & Lange, Solingen
Wilhelm Wagner, Solingen-Merscheid
Fritz Weber, Wien
Franz Weinrank, Wien
Wilhelm Weltersbach, Solingen
A Werth, Solingen
Wester & Butz, Solingen-Merscheid
Gebr Wester (Fridericus), Solingen
Gebr Weyersberg GmbH, Solingen-Ohligs
Gebr Weyersberg GmbH, Solingen-Ohligs
Gottfried Weyersberg Sohne KG, Solingen
Gottfried Weyersberg Sohne KG (Baron), Solingen
Gottfried Weyersberg Sohne KG (Baron), Solingen
Gustav Weyersberg Nachf, Solingen
Gustav Weyersberg Nachf, Solingen
Max Weyersberg WMW, Solingen
Max Weyersberg WMW, Solingen
Max Weyersberg WMW, Solingen
Max Weyersberg WMW, Solingen
Paul Weyersberg & Co, Solingen
Paul Weyersberg & Co, Solingen
Paul Weyersberg & Co (PAWECO), Solingen
Reinhard Weyersberg, Solingen
Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie AG (WKC), Solingen
Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie AG (WKC), Solingen
Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie AG (WKC), Solingen
Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie AG (WKC), Solingen
Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie AG (WKC), Solingen
Thomas Wielputz GmbH, Solingen-Hohscheid
Anton Wingen Jr, Solingen
Anton Wingen Jr, Solingen
Arthur Wingen (Chromolit), Solingen
Arthur Wingen (Chromolit), Solingen
Arthur Wingen (Chromolit), Solingen
Gustav Wirth, Solingen-Grafrath
Ernst Erich Witte, Solingen
Ernst Erich Witte, Solingen
Josef Wolf, Munchen-Au
Wolfertz Is, Solingen-Grafrath
Rudolf Wurzer, St. Christofen
Carl Wusthof AG (Gladiatorwerk), Solingen
Carl Wusthof AG (Gladiatorwerk), Solingen
Ed Wustoff, Solingen
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Zwillingswerk – see J A Henckels KG
Ludwig Zeitler, Wien

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Fritz Kitzerow, Berlin

Gust. Laute, Berlin

W. Michovius, Cottbur

Mohr & Speyer, Berlin

Anton Schweyer, Munchen

L.A. Seyfferth, Dresden

Horst Wolff GmbH, Leipzig
A-B-C-D-E

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G. Asshenneller, Munchen

W. Bentrup & Sohne, Paderborn-Soest

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Adolf Braun, Berlin

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Carl Busse, Mainz

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Albert Kuhl, Munster

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Linnenbrugger & Ellermann, Bielefeld

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Chr. Loewe , Hanau

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Aug. Luneburg, Kiel

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Fritz Massong, Saarbrucken

Maury & Co., Offenbach

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J.G. Merz, ?

Militarwarenhaus, Durbeck

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Mohr & Speyer, Koln

ILH. Mossner, Munster

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Gebr. Muller, Fulda

Peter Muller, Gummersbach

H. Mutz, Lingen

H. Naubert, ?

K. Negele, Tubingen

K. Negele, Tubingen

Paul Nitze, Potsdam

Hans Prem, Amberg
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Herm. Rath, Solingen

Herm. Rath, Solingen

Georg Reider, Munchen

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Fahnen Reuter, Munster

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F.W. Stock, Eisenach
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L. Worz, Ulm

Zannantonio, Garmisch

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WWII Iron CrossesWorld War 2 German medals, awards and badges are some of the most detailed and ornate of any in military history. The level of detail, consistency and quality demanded of WW2 Nazi Germany was unmatched for the time. Some of the most popular and well known German medals include the Iron Cross First Class, Iron Cross Second Class (aka. EKI, or EKII), War Merit Badge, Wound Badge, and the General Assault and Infantry Assault Badges. For decades after the war, Nazi Medals were some of the most collectible of WWII relics. For that reason, there were a great deal of fakes produced, making collecting authentic medals very challenging. If you would like help determining whether or not your WW2 medal is authentic, simply submit hi-res digital photos of the front and back of each medal via our Free Appraisal form.

Deumer Iron Cross First Class 1939 Clamshell Screwback Spange (Clasp)

1st Class 1939 Clamshell Screwback Spange 
Here is a very nice Screwback type 1st Class Spange. These do not come up often, and when they do they typically command a premium. Our Spange is priced right considering overall condition and rarity. On the front we see excellent detail eagle’s wings, breast and head, with very little wear at all except the beautiful natural patina from age…
Vaulted Imperial 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class with Clamshell Screw Back

Vaulted Imperial 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class with Clamshell
This is one of the nicer Imperial 1st Class Iron Crosses we’ve come across in a long time in terms of condition and type. We typically see these in the flat pin-back type, so it is a real treat to have one of these with a nice rounded vault and in the clamshell “sunburst” screwback version…
Silver Wound Badge (92 – Josef Ruckert & Sohn) with Case

Silver Wound Badge (92 – Josef Ruckert & Sohn
An absolutely stunning example of a Silver Grade Wound Badge here by maker number “92”, Josef Ruckert & Sohn. This wound badge has managed to retain all of it’s original silver wash, which is somewhat rare since many of these badges were constructed using a zinc base metal…
Silver Wound Badge (92 – Josef Ruckert & Sohn) with Case

Silver Wound Badge Maker Number “92” (Josef Ruckert & Sohn) with Case

Price: $220.00 Add to Cart
An absolutely stunning example of a Silver Grade Wound Badge here by maker number “92”, Josef Ruckert & Sohn. This wound badge has managed to retain all of it’s original silver wash, which is somewhat rare since many of these badges were constructed using a zinc base metal…
Gold Wound Badge (30 – Hauptmunzamt of Vienna) with Case

Gold Wound Badge (30 – Hauptmunzamt o
Here’s a nice Gold Grade Wound Badge in zinc. As with many zinc based badges, this one no longer shows any of the original gold wash, with the exception of the pin on the reverse. Since the pin is not zinc, the gold wash remains.
Black Wound Badge with Case

Black
This is an exceptionally nice Black Wound Badge, and comes in its original presentation box. With the exception of some very minor rust spots at the hinge and the hook clasp, the black paint coverage is nearly 100%!
Cased Iron Cross First Class by Zimmermann (“20”)

Cased Iron Cross First Class by Zimmermann (“20”)

Price: $420.00 Add to Cart
Here’s one right out of the woodwork. Completely uncleaned and untouched, this Cased Iron Cross 1st Class award still has dust on the surface from the years of storage! The cross is in beautiful condition, with much of the original silver wash remaining on front and back sides. The black paint over the magnetic core is 100%, with no visible chips.
Silver Wound Badge from L/13 (Paul Meybauer Berlin)

Silver Wound Badge from L/13 (Paul Meybauer Berlin)

Price: $55.00 Add to Cart
Here we have a Silver Wound badge by a seldom seen maker, “Paul Meybauer Berlin” (L/13). This badge was acquired along with an Iron Cross 1st Class (cased) that we both discovered by the veterans son after his father’s passing.
Naval Iron Cross First Class 1939 with Brass Core

Naval Iron Cross First Class 1939 with Brass Core

Price: $375.00 Add to Cart
Here’s a great example of a non-magnetic brass core vaulted Iron Cross 1st Class. These brass core Iron Crosses were typically issued to the Kriegsmarine (navy) because they weren’t susceptible to rusting. On the front we see what is typical with these brass core crosses, which is wear to the raised areas (swastika and 1939 date). Otherwise the black paint coverage is about 90% overall.
Panzer Assault (Tank) Badge in Silver for 25 Engagements

Panzer Assault (Tank) Badge in Silver for 25 Engagements

Price: $1,950.00 Add to Cart
These are some of the most attractive of all the German WW2 medals in our opinion. The Silver Grade Panzer Assault Badge (also referred to as a “Tank Badge”) for 25 engagements. Typically these are found with most (if not all) of the silver wash gone to time. Not in this case!

Anti-Partisan Badge by C.E. Juncker

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This is a late war type-1 Anti-partisan badge by C.E. Juncker. Made of zinc, the plating is long gone, so it is difficult (if not impossible) to tell which grade this badge was (Gold, Silver or Bronze), but the detail and quality of this badge is still very much in tact. Zinc tends to lose its plating over time, which is completely normal and expected.

Anti-Partisan Badge (APB) by maker C.E. Juncker

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This is a late war type-1 Anti-partisan badge by C.E. Juncker. Made of zinc, the plating is long gone, so it is difficult (if not impossible) to tell which grade this badge was (Gold, Silver or Bronze), but the detail and quality of this badge is still very much in tact. Zinc tends to lose its plating over time, which is completely normal and expected.

German Cross in Gold — C. F. Zimmerman 20

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This one is a real beauty! A German Cross in Gold by maker C. F. Zimmerman (“20”), with correct flaws and well preserved in every detail. On the front, the deep charcoal colored 8-point “sunburst” overlay shows hints of the original gold wash to the most prominent rays…
knights cross of the war merit cross deschler

Knight’s Cross of the War Merit Cross with Case by Deschler

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Here’s a real beautiful (and extremely rare) find, a Deschler Knight’s Cross of the War Merit Cross with the original issue case and ribbon. The condition of this example is absolutely stunning! These crosses simply don’t come around often, and when they do they’re rarely in this nice a condition. The silvering throughout this cross is about 95%…

Iron Cross First Class – Klein & Quenzer (65)

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Iron Cross 1st class, EKI (Eisernes Kreuz I Klasse mit Etui) by Klein & Quenzer (65). Though unmarked, this German WW2 EKI bears all of the hallmarks of the K&Q maker, and is a stunning example retaining 90% of its black finish, with a nice patina around the edges and absolutely no rust or corrosion. The reverse shows average age patina, with hinge, pin and clasp functioning perfectly.

Cased Iron Cross First Class – Funcke & Brüninghaus (L/56)

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Iron Cross 1st class, EKI (Eisernes Kreuz I Klasse mit Etui) by Funcke & Brüninghaus (L/56). A very nice, minty example with a shiny frame that has only slightly colored. The magnetic black core retains 100% of its finish, with absolutely no discoloration or signs of rust. The reverse shows splotches of discoloration, but only adds to the beauty of this piece. There is a solid metal hinge and a “C” shaped flat metal catch to go along with a coke bottle shaped pin that functions smoothly. It is stamped in relief on the outside with the LDO code of the manufacturer, Funcke & Brüninghaus (L/56). Examples just don’t get better than this one.

Iron Cross Second Class – Gustav Brehmer (13)

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Iron Cross 2nd Class, EKII (Eisernes Kreuz). 1939 pattern, Gustav Brehmer (13) die struck, three piece construction. The typical front-facing side features an embossed, high relief swastika with the “1939” date below it. The reverse shows the date, “1813”.

Iron Cross Second Class – Klein & Quenzer (65)

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Iron Cross Second Class EKII, 1939 (Eisernes Kreuz II Klasse) with “65” stamped into the ring, which signifies the maker, “Klein & Quenzer”. This Iron Cross may look a little rough, but a cross like this tells a story all its own. As any collector knows, to clean or restore a piece such as this one would destroy its history and value. Aside from some modest petina, and very slight surface color, the overall black finish is still about 95% on both sides, with the trademark “veins” running through random sections. A very nice cross indeed!

Iron Cross First Class – Wilhelm Deumer (L/11)

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Iron Cross 1st class, EKI (Eisernes Kreuz I Klasse mit Etui) by Wilhelm Deumer (L/11 maker mark). A fine cross indeed, retaining about 97% of its black finish, with only a very small chip to note, and only modest tarnishing. On the reverse, the coke bottle pin is standard for this maker, and the clasp is strong and firm, with the Wilhelm Deumer L/11 mark stamped clearly beneath it.

Heer Grade Five Marksmen’s Lanyard

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Very nice, excellent condition first pattern (June 1936 – January 1939) Heer (Army) silver bullion Grade 5 Marksmen’s Lanyard with braided cord. The stamped aluminum shield device in in exceptional condition, with 100% of its original detail still in tact. It doesn’t get any better than this.
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Swords, and Diamonds
Golden Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross
(Awarded with and without Swords)
German Cross with Diamonds
Star of the Grand Cross of the Iron Cross (1939).
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Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with
Oakleaves, Swords, and Diamonds.png
War-merit-cross-gold.
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Military valor decorations[
Knights Cross of the Iron Cross
with Oakleaves, Swords, and Diamonds.
Knights Cross of the Iron Cross
with Oakleaves and Swords.
Knights Cross of the Iron Cross
with Oakleaves.
Knights Cross of the Iron Cross
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Meritorious military decorations
German Cross in Gold Iron Cross
First Class Iron Cross
Second Class 1939 Clasp to the Iron Cross
Military Honor Roll Clasp
(Awarded for Army, Navy, and Air Force)
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Iron Cross – 2nd Class.
Iron Cross Spangle.
Honour role clasp.
Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross
(Awarded with and without Swords)
German Cross in Silver War Merit Cross
(First and Second Class)
(Awarded with and without Swords)
Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross with Swords.
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War Merit Cross.
Spanish Cross in Gold,
Silver, and Bronze
Awarded with and without Swords
Special grade awarded in Gold with Diamonds
Posthumous grade known as
“Spanish Cross for Next of Kin of Fallen”
Spanish Cross.

Military service decorations
Cross of Honor (1914–1918)
Eastern Front Medal West Wall Medal
Upgradeable to include 1944 Bar
Anschluss Medal Memel Medal
Sudetenland Medal
Upgradeable to include
Prague Castle Bar
Hindenburg cross front.
Ostmedaille.
Shutzwall medal.
Anchlussmedal front.
Medaille zur Erinnerung Memellandes.
Sudetenland Medal.
Military service medals
Wehrmacht Long Service Award
Awarded for Army, Navy, and Air Force
Awarded in grades of 4, 12, 18, 25, and 40
Years of Service SS Long Service Award
Awarded in grades of 4, 12, 18, and 25 Years of Service
WMLSA1944.
Waffen-SS Long Service Award
12year in Silver.
Wound badges
1939 Wound Badge
(Awarded in Gold, Silver, and Black)
Wound Badge of 20 July 1944
Verwundetenabzeichen front.
Wound Badge 1944.
Spanish Wound Badge
(Awarded in Gold, Silver, and Black)
Arm shields and cuffbands
Arm shields
Narvik Shield

Crimea Shield

Demyansk Shield

Kuban Shield
Narvik schild farbe silber.
Krim Shield
Demjanskschild
Kubanschild
Cholm Shield
Lappland Shield
Cuffbands
Campaign cuffbands
Crete Cuffband
Afrika Cuffband
Metz Cuffband
Kurland Cuffband
Ärmelbänder Wehrmacht.
Condor Legion Cuffband
General cuffbands[edit]
Heeres Cuffbands
Luftwaffe Cuffbands
Waffen-SS Cuffbands
Military service badges
Army/Waffen-SS war badges
Infantry Assault Badge
(Silver and Bronze) General Assault Badge
(also with engagement numbers
25, 50, 75 and 100) Close Combat Clasp
(Gold, Silver, and Bronze) Tank Battle Badge
(Silver and Bronze)
(also with engagement numbers
25, 50, 75 and 100) Army Anti-Aircraft Badge
General Assault Badge.
Nahkampfspange Heer Gold.
Panzer badge.
Army Anti-Aircraft Badge.
Army Paratrooper Badge Anti-Partisan
Guerrilla Warfare Badge
(Gold, Silver, and Bronze) Balloon Observer’s Badge
(Gold, Silver, and Bronze) Tank Destruction Badge
(Gold and Silver) Sniper’s Badge
(Third, Second and First Grade) Tank Memorial Badge
Fallschirmschützenabzeichen der Luftwaffe.
Bandenkampfabzeichen.
Ballon Observers Badge.
Tank Destruction Badge in Black.
Scharfschabz.
Kampfwagen-Erinnerungsabzeichen.
Front Line Driver’s Badge (Gold, Silver, and Bronze)
Badge for Destruction of Strafing Warplanes
(Gold and Silver)
Condor Legion Tank Badge
Naval war badges[edit]
Awards and decorations
of the Kriegsmarine
High Seas Fleet Badge Destroyer War Badge
Minesweeper War Badge Blockade Runner Badge
High Seas Fleet War Badge.
Destroyer War Badge.
Minensuchabzeichen.
Abzeichen für Blockadebrecher.
E-Boat War Badge
U-Boat War Badge
Auxiliary Cruiser Badge Naval Artillery War Badge
E-boat War Badge.jpg
U-Boot-Kriegsabzeichen.
Auxiliary Cruiser Badge.
Kriegsmarine artilleria costa.
U-Boat Combat Clasp
(Gold and Silver)
U-boat Front Clasp.
Naval Combat Clasp Small Battle Unit Combat Clasp
Kampfabzeichen der Kleinkampfmittel
Luftwaffe war badges[edit]
Combined Pilots-Observation Badge
Pilot’s Badge Luftwaffe Paratrooper Badge
FFundBeob.
Flugzeugführerabzeichen.
Fallschirmschützenabzeichen der Luftwaffe.
Anti-Aircraft Flak Battle Badge
Tank Combat Badge of the Luftwaffe
Ground Assault Badge of the Luftwaffe
Flak-Kampfabzeichen der Luftwaffe.
Panzerkampfabzeichen der Luftwaffe in Schwarz.
Luftwaffe Ground-Attack Badge.
Observer Badge Glider Pilot Badge Radio Operator Badge
Observer Badge.
Segelflugzeugführerabzeichen II.
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Flyer’s Commemorative Badge Aircrew Badge
Fliegererinnerungsabzeichen.jpg
Fliegerschaftsabzeichen.jpg
Air Gunner Badge
Luftwaffe flying clasps[edit]
Luftwaffe Flying Clasps
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Luftwaffe Flying Clasps were awarded in Bronze, Silver, and Gold with upgrade possible to include diamonds. Pennants suspended from the clasp indicated the number of missions carried out in a given type of aircraft. Flying Clasps were issued for missions completed in the following Luftwaffe aircraft

Day Fighters
Night Fighters
Long-Range Night Fighters
Heavy Fighters
Air to Ground Support Fighters
Bombers
Reconnaissance
Transport and Glider
Foreign division awards[edit]
Foreign division awards were specially intended for non-German volunteers serving in specially formed divisions serving under the German military. The two primary foreign division awards were as follows:

Blue Division Medal Ostvolk Medal First Class
(Gold and Silver)
(Awarded with and without Swords) Ostvolk Medal Second Class
(Gold, Silver and Bronze)
(Awarded with and without Swords)
Blue Division Medal (anti-bolshevism) obv.jpg
Tapferkeits- und Verdienstauszeichnung für Angehörige der Ostvölker in Silber.jpg
References[edit]
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