Heer Officer's Dagger by Gebrüder Heller With Portape

Heer Officer\'s Dagger by Gebrüder Heller With Portape

Heer Officer's Dagger by Gebrüder Heller With Portape

 

 

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

 

Heer officer’s dagger, measuring 39.5cm in length when inserted into the scabbard. The dagger features a 26 cm long magnetic metal blade, with a sharpened tip and unsharpened edges. The blade is maker marked "Gebrüder Heller, Marienthal". The blade sites within a Tombak upper crossguard. A metal band with raised oak leaves transitions into a handle constructed of knotted ybrown colored celluloid. The dagger completes with a silvered Tombak pommel surrounded by raised oak leaves. The dagger is accompanied by its period original scabbard, constructed of pebbled magnetic metal. The throat of the scabbard is missing the single rivet. It features two integrated bands, each of which bears a length of raised oak leaves, with magnetic metal loops for the accommodation of a dagger hanger. 

 

The dagger is in an overall in good/average used condition with matching signs of use and age all over. Included is a officers portape which match the dagger perfectly in age and wear.

 

Untouched Officers dagger, rare maker!!




425.00€

Heer Officer's Dagger by Gebrüder Heller With Portape
[WD19019]

 
 
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