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Heer Officers Voos Unmarked 'Double Etched' Dagger | Ivory Grip | Portepee & Hangers

  • Heer Officers Voos Unmarked Double Etched Dagger | Ivory Grip | Portepee & Hangers

    Heer Officers Voos Unmarked Double Etched Dagger | Ivory Grip | Portepee & Hangers ... more

  • Luftwaffe Dagger | 2nd Pattern | Freiherr von Maltzahn | Etched Blade

    Luftwaffe Dagger | 2nd Pattern | Freiherr von Maltzahn | Etched Blade ... more

  • Kriegsmarine Dagger By Horster | Damascus Blade | Ivory Grip | Stunning

    Kriegsmarine Dagger By Horster | Damascus Blade | Ivory Grip | Stunning ... more

German Medals & Militaria



November 2022  Highlights


We have recently accepted in on consignment the late Douglas Pratt collection of Third Reich memorabilia. The collection began in the 1970s, and quickly advanced into the world of daggers. Later the collection included porcelain, art related pieces, and medals and decorations. We shall be disposing of the collection in phases. This first phase being the sale of the edged weapons.




Of the various stunning examples of SS, SA and military edged weapons from the collection, we have picked three of them for our November Highlights. More about the Douglas Pratt Collection, and his edged weapons for sale can be viewed under the ‘Collections For Sale’ menu.



The first Highlight is a beautiful Heer double-etched bladed dagger, complete with ivory grip. The dagger is a typical unmarked Voos. It is complete with its portepee and hangers, and remains in breath-taking condition.



Next we offer a Luftwaffe 2nd Pattern dagger originally belonging to the so-called ‘Spitfire Killer’, Gunther Freiherr von Maltzahn. Taking down his first Spitfires during the Battle of Britain, he would end up with no less than 68 victories - many of which were Spitfires. This beautiful dagger is personalised with Maltzahn’s name, and also bears a dedication to the blade. As with all of the edged weapons from the Douglas Pratt Collection, the condition is breath-taking. 





Lastly, we offer a Kriegsmarine Damascus bladed dagger by Horster. The dagger also with an optional fine ivory grip. The dagger is in near mint condition, retains both its portepee and hanging straps, and also the Horster guarantee tag.




Other items which have just  gone up to our website include further items from the Meadway Collection, which includes photograph albums  and a rare SS Officer Candidate sword. This actual sword is photographed in the publication Exploring the Daggers & Swords of the German SS by Wittmann.





Additionally, other interesting items include various binoculars as used by Kriegsmarine, Heer, Afrikakorps, & Polizei units. The most perfect example of a rare PMD SS Officers sword, and an Allgemeine SS visor cap with provenance back to 1945. Our section devoted to rare collectors books (including many Bender Published titles), is worth a look as well, with a fair number of rare to find books added recently.




To those with an interest in all things relating to military clocks & watches, the long-awaited final volume of our German Military Timepiece publications has been completed. The final volume devoted to the Luftwaffe is now in stock, and is listed within our German Military Books category.




Do take a moment to check out our Take A Pop category. Here you will find heavily discounted end-of-consignments. Your chance to find a bargain without compromising quality.






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Highlights are updated once a month, however, our other categories are updated on a weekly basis depending on what consignments have come in to us.















To buy- or find out more- about our consignment service, and/or the German medals and militaria featured on our Highlights page please contact us. If your enquiry is particularly urgent, or important, please telephone:

Telephone | 0044 (0) 1694 781354

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