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    Well said MJ. From my perspective the "seriously...

    Well said MJ. From my perspective the "seriously interested" are those individuals who have no agenda other than seeking the truth. In my limited experience quite rare in this hobby but one of the...
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    You are not missing anything. Your "ignorance"...

    You are not missing anything. Your "ignorance" rather reveals another giant hole in this sordid story. I'm not an expert but political daggers with unground Rohm dedications are quite rare and...
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    And here is the best part. Take a look at the...

    And here is the best part. Take a look at the photos from Johnson's site. A SS blade and a SA blade at left. Only the obverse showing in all three of the photos. No Röhm dedication to be seen. ...
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    The banning of Mr. Saris, a man of unimpeachable...

    The banning of Mr. Saris, a man of unimpeachable integrity and genius level knowledge of the hobby and German militaria was/is inexcusable. Detailed thread over on HJ Research Forum regarding the...
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    As I've told Jo on several occasions, my only...

    As I've told Jo on several occasions, my only complaint regarding his videos is that there is not enough swearing!
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    Very nice piece. As far as the numbering, it...

    Very nice piece. As far as the numbering, it left the factory like this ....
  7. German Dagger Reference Books - Requesting Assistance

    Requesting assistance from anyone who might have either/both of these early German Edged Weapons reference books in their library (pics attached).

    - A Guide to Nazi Daggers, Swords, and Bayonets...
  8. Your bayonet was made by Mundlos AG in 1938. The...

    Your bayonet was made by Mundlos AG in 1938. The scabbard was made by Weyersberg, Kirschbaum und Cie. (WKC) in 1944. The code on the frog is a R.B.Nr and sadly this maker remains unidentified.
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    Thats's it Brother. Thanks for posting!

    Thats's it Brother. Thanks for posting!
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    In addition to the stamping shown above by...

    In addition to the stamping shown above by Wolfgang there was an earlier pattern marking of CARL ACKVA > BAD KREUZNACH > 1940 found on S84/98 bayonet frogs. The CARL ACKVA portion of the marking...
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    Your bayonet is of original pre-May 1945...

    Your bayonet is of original pre-May 1945 construction. Grasoli was a trademark used by the firm of Gebrüder Grah Odysseuswerk KG of Solingen. The Grasoli trademark was registered in 1912 and...
  12. Thread: belt buckle

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    Looks fine to me.

    Looks fine to me.
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    Have a number of items purchased from Hugh over...

    Have a number of items purchased from Hugh over the years. A pleasure to work with and a very knowledgable gentleman. Another loss to the hobby .....
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    The ACS Scales Behoerden with Star S police...

    The ACS Scales Behoerden with Star S police marking is a definite keeper. As you have already noted, the Star S is very hard to find. Especially in this condition. I had one many years ago but was...
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    I stand corrected. Good work Wolfgang ......

    I stand corrected. Good work Wolfgang ......
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    ..... - Agreed.

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    - Agreed.
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    A known original late variation. Some are kcy...

    A known original late variation. Some are kcy marked; others appear identical but are unmarked.
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    Yes, the knife in your link is the only other...

    Yes, the knife in your link is the only other example that I have seen. My knife is also shown on the HJ Research Forum and much of the information in the initial post above comes from Wilhelm...
  19. Thread: Frog ID

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    Have see these listed and sold as Shooting...

    Have see these listed and sold as Shooting Association Cutlass hangers/frogs. I do not know this to be the case but it seems to be accepted. Some have the retention strap, most do not.
  20. Thread: Gustav appel hkw

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    Have observed several HKW with this variant...

    Have observed several HKW with this variant marking in the "third brush" kits. In my opinion this is a marking used on their non-military, "commercial" or private purchase items. Have also seen...
  21. Thread: S 84/98 1943

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    KKW22cal makes a good point. Hörster produced...

    KKW22cal makes a good point. Hörster produced more S.84/98 than any other maker. Including more than half a million pieces in 1943 alone. In fact, the 43asw is the most common of all the bayonets...
  22. Thread: S 84/98 1943

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    Hörster eliminated the incised lines to the face...

    Hörster eliminated the incised lines to the face of the frog hanging hook in the middle period of 1939. Personally, I do not believe this to be a Hörster made frog hanging hook assembly as it does...
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    Two period postcard images of the Saulgau...

    Two period postcard images of the Saulgau Aufbauschule. Curious why the HJ-Fahrtenmesser from this particular school were marked and if similar examples exist for other Deutsche Heimschule...
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    Unusual School Marked HJ Fahrtenmesser

    Here is a seemingly unremarkable HJ example marked RZM M7/38 for Paul Seilheimer.No motto as would be appropriate for this later construction messer. The scabbard leather has the frequently...
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    Indeed. Would suggest the hollow-back rivet is a...

    Indeed. Would suggest the hollow-back rivet is a replacement (perhaps period).
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