Heer Officer's Dagger, Eickhorn

Heer Officer\'s Dagger, Eickhorn

Heer Officer's Dagger, Eickhorn



The dress dagger was designed by Berlin graphic artist Paul Casberg and was officially approved for wear on May 4th 1935.


The dagger features a 26cm long, drop forged steel construction, nickel/silver plated stiletto style blade. The full length including the hilt is roughly 38cm. Maker marked "Carl Eickhorn Solingen". The original brown leather washer is still intact. The dagger has a cast alloy crossguard, ferrule, and pommel. The dagger has a molded orange/yellow celluloid grip and comes with its original magnetic sheet metal construction scabbard. Both scabbard bands with embossed oak-leaf pattern and the hanger suspension rings are intact. The throat retaining screw is also intact.


Overall very good condition. The blade has runners, is straight with intact tip. No cracks in the handle. Dent free scabbard with most of the silvering intact.


Super nice early produced Heer officer's dagger!!


Heer Officer's Dagger, Eickhorn

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