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Luftwaffe Damascus blade dagger by Paul Dinger for Tiger Solingen

  • Luftwaffe Damascus blade dagger by Paul Dinger for Tiger Solingen

    Luftwaffe Damascus blade dagger by Paul Dinger for Tiger Solingen ... more

  • Second World War Italian Airforce Pilots watch

    Second World War Italian Airforce Pilots watch ... more

  • Gebirgsjager (Mountain Troop) Officers peak visor cap by Pekuro

    Gebirgsjager (Mountain Troop) Officers peak visor cap by Pekuro ... more

German Medals & Militaria


January 2020  Highlights


Welcome to our January 2020 highlights.  We have three great highlights for you -  all three of historical interest and with great provenance. The New Year is already getting off to a busy start. We are working through the last phase of the Dudley collection, which will include many fine examples of text book German forces equipment. This phase will go up to the site during January. The last phase of the Lionelli collection is expected to go up to the site in this quarter. Other consignments include some rare and historical signatures including Hitler, Himmler, and Heydrich.



Our first highlight for 2020 is a Luftwaffe Damascus bladed dagger , distributed by Tiger, Solingen. Our second highlight is a Second World War Italian Airforce navigational watch by Longines, and our third and last highlight for this month, a fine Heer Gebirgsjager Officer’s visor cap by Pekuro.



One of the iconic pieces, most desired by edged weapon collectors, remains a true Damascus bladed dagger. This Luftwaffe 2nd pattern dagger, by the Solingen-based firm of Tiger, is just such a piece. The dagger has a stunning full maiden hair Damascus blade, forged by the Damascus master, Paul Dinger. This dagger was brought back to Great Britain in 1945 as war booty, and has remained un-cleaned and stored away until autumn of last year.



The second highlight is a rare Second World War Italian aviator’s watch by the Swiss firm of Longines. One of just 1000 pieces produced for the Italian Airforce, it remains an important timepiece missing from some of the most advanced collections.



Our last highlight for January is a stunning Heer Gebirgsjager officer visor cap made by the of Pekuro. This high quality visor cap remains in close to mint condition, and was once a part of the prestigious, Richard De Filippi collection.




Lastly, do take a moment to check out our new category, Take A Pop. Here you will find heavily discounted end-of-consignments. Your chance to find a bargain without compromising quality.  One such example, is the fine SS officers sword originally belonging to an officer of the crack Leibstandarte SS. Originally for sale at £5750, this has now been reduced by the consigner to £4,750 - a fantastic bargain for £2020.










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:

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