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Carl Eickhorn

Early Army Officer

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Edged Weapons and Accessories

www.therupturedduck.com [cached]

E-231 Army Officer's Dovehead Sword, Model 1693 (Wrangel) by Carl Eickhorn
E-232a Army NCO Ordnance Sword With Finger Loop by Carl Eickhorn E-237 Army Officer's Dovehead Sword, Freiherr von Stein, Model 1714 by Carl Eickhorn E-290 RARE Hamburg Custom Official's Sword With Hamburg Coat of Arms (Harbor Masters), Unattributed Model by Carl Eickhorn E-394 Army Officer's Dagger with Portepee by Carl Eickhorn (SCARCE Small 35-41 Trademark) E-401a Army Officer's Dagger With Portepee by Carl Eickhorn E-453a Late-Period Second Model Naval Dagger With Lightning Bolt Scabbard by Carl Eickhorn E-490 Short Single-Etched Army Dress Bayonet With Frog by Carl Eickhorn E-511 RAD Enlisted Man's Hewer by Carl Eickhorn E-515 Personalized RAD Enlisted Man's Hewer by Carl Eickhorn E-535 Late-Period TENO Hewer With Frog by Carl Eickhorn E-550 Weimar Long Forestry Cutlass With Ivory Grip by Carl Eickhorn (SCARCE, Small, Single Circle Logo) E-552a Subordinate Forestry Cutlass by Carl Eickhorn E-553 ULTRA RARE Short Deluxe National Hunting Association Cutlass by Carl Eickhorn E-554 SCARCE Deluxe Short Subordinate Forestry Cutlass - by Carl Eickhorn with Distributor Mark W. Michovius Cottbus E-557 ULTRA RARE Short Deluxe National Hunting Association Cutlass With Frog by Carl Eickhorn


www.wwiidaggers.com

AOD - 61 - 26080C - EARLY ARMY OFFICER WITH DISTRIBUTOR MARKED BLADE - Carl EickhornApparently, this Schebben retail firm did enough business with Eickhorn to warrant the factory stamping their name into the blade.This is a relatively scarce retailer, as I have only seen it a couple of times in the past.The reverse of the blade is darkly etched with the 1935-41 trademark.It is an early mark however, as the blackening in the background is the best you will see.The small style brown pebbled leather washer is in place protecting this fine, mint blade.A great dagger here and a real beauty for the guy collecting "early" or collecting "retailer" or collecting "fine condition" or collecting "Eickhorn".The screw in the reverse center is slightly different from the type we see used by Eickhorn, an indication Clemen & Jung had their own hardware.AOD - 096 - 25547C - PERSONALIZED EARLY ARMY OFFICER WITH DISTRIBUTOR - Carl EickhornThis early Army Officer is typical of the daggers that were ordered by military personnel when these edged weapons were first introduced.The hilt fittings of this piece are the early brass based variety, having silver plating.This example was most-likely produced about 1936 and was probably ordered by its original owner through a retail store at the same time he bought his uniform.Since this store did quite a bit of business, it had a relationship with Eickhorn so they were amenable to putting the shop's name on their blades.On the reverse ricasso, the blade is deeply etched with a dark 1935-41 squirrel logo.The original small style leather washer is in place.An extremely nice dagger here, which really has everything!Mint Minus. $1,395.00AOD - 097 - 25562C - EARLY ARMY OFFICER - Carl EickhornThis early Army Officer by Carl Eickhorn was probably made about 1936.The throat of this example is the standard thicker type used by Eickhorn, but what is different, is the center-placed, flat head screw, is located much further down than we normally see them on Eickhorn.AOD - 122 - EARLY ARMY OFFICER - Carl EickhornAOD - 166 - ARMY OFFICER - Carl EickhornThis Army Officer is later than the first style fittings that I identify in my Army book and earlier than the second style fittings.The crossguard resembles the type I show on page 25, but also has some of the same details as the first type I show on page 24.This must have been a crossguard that Eickhorn was considering using before they finally adopted the second type.AOD - 169 - ARMY OFFICER - Carl EickhornAOD - 174 - ARMY OFFICER - Carl EickhornA good sound conditioned Eickhorn here. AOD - 190 - ARMY OFFICER - Carl EickhornThis Army dagger is in choice first rate condition.It is the second style produced by Eickhorn and is identical to the piece I show on page 25 of my Army Book.


www.wwiidaggers.com

AOD - 025 - 26438C - DOCTOR'S PERSONALIZED ARMY OFFICER'S DAGGER - CARL EICKHORNAOD - 028 - 26440C - ARMY OFFICER WITH UNIT NUMBER ON GRIP - CARL EICKHORNAOD - 030 - 26437C - ARMY OFFICER - CARL EICKHORNThis Army Officer dagger has the classic type two fittings and scabbard.These fittings are the same as I show in my Army book on Pages 25 and 26.The pommel top has a good ridge, showing only the mildest of usage.The upper portion of the pommel has a little bit of frosting still evident at the very peak.The standing oak leaves are excellently done throughout the perimeter.The cross guard features the good-looking eagle preferred by Eickhorn.This bird has outstanding detail to his brow, beak, breast feathering, wing feathering, wreath and raised out swastika.AOD - 038 - 26079C--Personalized Army Officer by Carl EickhornAOD - 048 - 24863 - ARMY OFFICER - Carl EickhornThis Army Officer is nicely patinated throughout, having fine silvered fittings.The silvering throughout is perfect.This dagger has a standard Eickhorn second style pommel.This pommel has a perfect rim with no carrying signs.The oak leaves surrounding it are in perfect condition with excellent dark backgrounding.The cross guard is a generic "A" variety, being identical to Page 78. (Occasionally, Eickhorn did use generic "A" cross guards, as once in a while they must have run out of their normal stock).AOD - 049 - 24795 - ARMY OFFICER W/ CROSSGUARD DEDICATION - Carl EickhornThe scabbard is the first style produced by Eickhorn.


Wittmann Militaria - Army Officer Daggers

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AOD #31919 Army Officer Dagger with Deep Orange Grip - Carl Eickhorn
AOD #31719 Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn This Army Officer Dagger has the second style fittings and scabbard used by Eickhorn. AOD #32050 Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn This Army Officer Dagger is equipped with the second style fittings throughout. AOD #31479 Early Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #31175 Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn This Army Officer dagger by Eickhorn is composed of 2nd style mounts. AOD #31105 Early Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn, Early Oval Logo Perhaps Eickhorn sold some of these to Alcoso early on. AOD #30718 Uncleaned Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #30910 Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn This Army Officer by Carl Eickhorn is an extremely nice dagger having very choice silvered fittings. These fittings are the second type produced by Carl Eickhorn and are the same as the piece I show on page 25 of my Army book. AOD #30406 Early Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #29855 Early Army Officer Dagger with Original Hangers and Portepee - Carl Eickhorn This early army officer has never been cleaned and remains in its "as found" deeply patinated state. It is an early example. The crossguard is the same as I show on page 24. This is the 1st style crossguard used by Eickhorn. All of the details are well pronounced throughout the bird's head, breast feathering, wing feathering, talons, wreath and raised swastika. This guard shows little to no wear. All of the silvering is intact. The matching patinated pommel top is the 2nd style used by Eickhorn. AOD #29379 Untouched Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #29519 Untouched Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #27179C Aristocrat's Personalized Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #26071C Monogrammed Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #28340 Untouched Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #28174 Army Officer Dagger with Early Oval Trademark - Carl Eickhorn This first style Carl Eickhorn is the same as I show in my Army Book, on page 24. The throat is a thicker variety, and it is so early that Eickhorn was still using two side screws to secure the throat. Eventually Eickhorn would go to the single reverse screw method of throat retainage. AOD #26800 Early Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #26779 Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #26755 Untouched Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn This untouched Army Officer is patinated all black throughout the second style fittings and scabbard. AOD #27068 Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn This Army Officer has the 1st style cross guard used by Carl Eickhorn along with the 1st style ferrule. AOD #25474 Army Officer Dagger - Carl Eickhorn AOD #25531 Army Officer Dagger with "Over-The-Shoulder" Logo - Carl Eickhorn


German Third Reich SA Storm Troop Daggers

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maker: CARL EICKHORN, SOLINGEN serrated tail squirrel in double oval etched TM.
maker: Carl Eickhorn, small double oval TM. maker: Carl Eickhorn, Solingen and squirrel in double oval etched TM. maker:Carl Eickhorn, serrated tail squirrel within small double-oval TM. condition: Exc + item number:26725 price: $1,095. SOLD maker: RZM M7/66 1940 (Carl Eickhorn) TM. maker: RZM M7/66 1941 (Carl Eickhorn, 1941).


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