Weimar Reichswehr buckle - Gott Mit Uns - Eagle
In a good but used condition a Reichswehr koppelschloss - Gott Mit Uns
This is a pre-WWII buckle in very good condition. these were used untill 1936 and also worn untill later (war) times. These buckles were worn by the Heer and Reichswehr.
German Eagle and the text "Gott Mit Uns" read more
WW1 Kingdom of Sachsen - Friedich August Medaille
Very nice medal from Friedrich August III who was the last king of Sachsen from 1904-1918.
The front side: "Friedrich August medaille" within a wreath of rue.
The back side: Royal crown over the royal monogram from Friederich August the 3rd.
The medal is made out of bronze and in the Sachsen (or german) society in that era. Bronze was only given to the sold... read more
German WW1 patriotic photo medaillon locket 1914
German WW1 patriotic medaillon metal locket.with Iron cross and "W" for William II and the year 1914 and nice decorations on the front-sides. It looks to be that the locket was painted black when it was bought. Two photo's inside of presumably husband and wife or bethrothed. Clothing style is in line of that time frame or earlier. read more
German WW1 silver Totenkopfring (800 proof mark)
Original German silver totenkopfring from the 1st World War. These skull with bones rings were very popular under the German troops.
Skull and bones looks to be made out of bronze.
The ring has been worn but is still in very good condition and with a nice patina. The 800 German silver mark stand for 80% pure silver. read more
German silver patriotic WW1 fingerring (800 proof mark)
Original period silver ring which was worn before the war, during and also after the war by patriotic germans.
The enamel three colors are from the flag for the North German confederation 1867 and soon after the German Empire up untill 1918. Between 1933-1935 the same colored national flag was used by Germany.
The iron cross has been a military symbol since 1870 w... read more
MEDAILLE CYCLISME MILITAIRE 1913 OFFERT PAR A.WOLBER
In perfect condition a 1913 medal from France - Wolber's WWI Military Bicycle Tires by Édouard Fraisse
frontside: OFFERT PAR A. WOLBER and the Statue of liberty, and a group of cyclists on the right, legend on left, monogram below.
backside: A. Wolber clasping hands with French soldier, Marianne leading a French infantry charge in the background towards the righ... read more
Argentine sword bayonet M1891 (nummer equal!)
Argentine sword bayonet M1891 with brass grips. Early made between 1892-1893.
Blade is marked with "Modelo Argentino 1891 (only the 891 has been wiped) and arc over Argentine crest with number B1009 (a very low number). Otherside of the blade clearly visible mark Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co. Solingen.
On the cross guard a "C" and on the pommel a "RA" inside an oval. RA sta... read more
Swiss bayonet M1918 (Schmidt-Rubin) Elsener Schwyz with frog
A very nice Swiss bayonet M1918 (Schmidt-Rubin) made by the Elsener Schwyz.
The blade is numbered 601847 and has the makers mark. The cross-guard has on the bottom a Swiss cross marking and a circle.
The scabbard has been blued but painted over in the past, that paint has been lost on some places.
Frog is stamped with an "A" inside a shield, and with the maker JOS.ERNI Sa... read more
Swiss bayonet M1918 (Schmidt-Rubin) Waffenfabrik Neuhausen with frog
A very nice Swiss bayonet M1918 (Schmidt-Rubin) made by the Waffenfabrik Neuhausen.
The blade is numbered 708169 and has the makers mark. The cross-guard has on the bottom a Swiss cross marking and a circle.
The scabbard is very nicely blued, on the side and on the mouth of the scabbard there is a "P" marking.
Frog is stamped with the Swiss cross inside the weaponshield, a... read more
Swiss bayonet M1889 Neuhausen SIG with frog
A beautiful Swiss bayonet (Schmidt-Rubin) M1889 with blued scabbard and frog
Bayonet is numbered 2542 which would be the same number as the rifle and only then be provided to the military. The blade is marked with the maker Neuhausen SIG and is the first model of this bayonet. Later this company changed their name to Waffenfabrik Neuhausen.
below the cross-guard a swiss c... read more