Bayonets & Daggers
Welcome to Grenadier Militaria International online militaria antiques store, we are a Militaria dealer based in the UK that specialise in buying and selling authentic bayonets and daggers, medals, insignia, headdress, uniforms, and historical artifacts internationally.
We focus on Imperial German, Third Reich and British and Commonwealth badges from WW1 and WW2 and other recent conflicts post 1945.
All items on our website are original period items unless stated otherwise. We are also pleased to offer international consignment service in which Grenadier Militaria International offers the sales of your badges and insignia for sale on the world market on your behalf. With an extensive global online audience items are listed for direct sale to our international audience.
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Heer Officer’s Dress Dagger By Carl Eickhorn Solingen
A Heer Officer’s Dress Dagger By Eickhorn of Solingen, complete with scabbard, hanger, and portepee. The blade is nickel-plated measuring 40cm long, and the reverse of the ricasso is acid etched with "Original" with the makers mark logo beneath which includes a squirrel clutching a sword with "Eickhorn Solingen" below for Carl Eickhorn Solingen. The crossguard is nickel plated bearing a Wehrmacht eagle clutching a wreathed canted swastika, which is securely fitted to the blade. The handle is made from celluloid pumpkin coloured, with a nickel rounded pommel engraved with oak leafs which secures the blade, complete with silver portepee. The scabbard is silver plated with nice pebbling throughout which features dual integral oak leaf bands with retaining loops. The hanger is constructed in field grey doeskin with three bands of silver tresses running the length of the two straps, complete with two zinc buckles, both buckles have oxidized with age and the clips are broken. Overall, the Heer Officer’s dress dagger shows signs of honest age, which would complement any collection.Product ID: 8790 £585.00View Details Add to Basket
Luftwaffe Combat Boot Knife Marked 5
A scarce Luftwaffe Combat Boot Knife Marked 5 (Kampfmesser der Wehrmacht Luftwaffe) with a plain wooden handle, with three rivets. The blade is in excellent condition and marked with the stick bird eagle stamp with a 5 in the centre. The scabbard retains a factory black finish with a spring boot clip. Overall the combat knife is in very good condition with no damage or repairs, a great addition for any collection.Product ID: 8835 £300.00View Details Add to Basket
NSKK Dagger By Carl Eickhorn Solingen
An NSKK Dagger By Carl Eickhorn, Solingen, double-edged blade with nickel fittings. The blade is in beautiful condition, with the SA motto inscribed "Alles für Deutschland" (Everything for Germany), and the reverse of the ricasso has the makers mark "RZM 7/66" for Carl Eickhorn, Solingen. The wooden grip handle is in beautiful condition complete with nice round enamel SA insignia, and crisp German Eagle mounted with no chips or cracks. The plated upper and lower crossguards remain bright. The scabbard has a beautiful black glossy factory finish, with a few minor scratches, complete with all four screws with nice plating. The suspension ring is intact with the original brown leather hanger, with a spring clip marked with "RZM M5/71" and OLC emblem for Overhof & Cie, Ludenscheid. This NSKK dagger has no damage or repairs and remains in great condition perfect for any display.Product ID: 8055 £895.00View Details Add to Basket
Technische Nothilfe (Teno) Enlisted Man’s Hewer By Carl Eickhorn
A scarce Technische Nothilfe (TENO) EM/NCO's Hewer By Carl Eickhorn. This Teno Hewer has a scimitar-shaped blade with a curved edge, and a straight back with a narrow fuller on both sides. The blade is constructed in steel and coated in nickel-silver, unsharpened tip, and edges. The reverse of the ricasso has the classic maker's mark logo of a squirrel grasping a sword for “Eickhorn, Solingen”, with the "Ges Gesch" patent mark above. The metal hilt features an asymmetrical crossguard that extends only a little way above the grip at the top and tapers towards a scroll finial at the bottom and is marked underneath on the blade with the serial number "1161", which matches the scabbard. The white grips are secured to the tang by two screws, and the pommel is shaped like an eagle's head and features a raised cog-shaped motif, coated in nickel with slight flaking. The metal scabbard is painted black with a magnetic metal shaft marked "1161" with a metal throat and tip, which has slight rust spots which can be easily cleaned. The TENO Hewer comes complete with a leather hanger, with an aluminum snap clip which has the maker's marked logo "A" on the reverse for Assmann & Söhne, Lüdenscheid. The buttonhole that secures the handle is torn, complete with the original portepee for a TENO Technical service NCO. Overall the TENO Hewer and Scabbard are in good condition and would make a great display for any collection.Product ID: 8237 £3,850.00View Details Add to Basket
WW1 German Close Combat Boot Knife By Gottlieb Hammesfahr Solingen-Foche
A genuine WW1 German Close Combat Boot Knife By Gottlieb Hammesfahr Solingen-Foche. The blade is in nice condition and the ricasso is marked with the imperial crown inspection mark on one side, and the other side is marked Gottlieb Hammesfahr, Solingen which measures 153mm (6 inches). The wooden handle grip has nine diagonal carved grooves, complete with two brass rivets. The fighting knife is complete with the original scabbard with a leather belt loop riveted, with a press stud fastener. The blade and scabbard are in good condition, and the leather remains supple.Product ID: 8755 £250.00View Details
WW2 British Fairbairn Sykes 2nd Pattern Fighting Knife Marked B2
An iconic WW2 British Fairbairn Sykes 2nd Pattern Fighting Knife Marked B2, features chequered brass grip stamped B2 on the guard attributed to Wilkenson Swords. The pommel nut has the classic indentation when the handle was secured to the hilt. The fighting knife comes complete with a brown leather scabbard with four tabs intended to stitch to the uniform with an elasticated strap on the sheath which is sadly snapped. The blade has some minor pitting and scratches and the brass grip has a few small marks, otherwise in very good condition.Product ID: 7724 £795.00View Details Add to Basket
WW2 German K98 Bayonet by Berg & Co
A very nice early WW2 German K98 Bayonet by Berg & Co with leather frog and scabbard with brown bakelite grip. The ricasso is stamped “Berg & Co" and the reverse side is marked with the serial number "9481" with "1" below, and the edge of the blade is marked "38". The scabbard has a different serial number to the blade "7354" in nice condition, with black leather frog and press stud.Product ID: 7460 £225.00View Details Add to Basket
WW2 German K98 Bayonet by F.W.Höller Waffenfabrik, Solingen
A WW2 German K98 Bayonet by F.W.Höller Waffenfabrik, Solingen with leather frog, and scabbard with bakelite grip. The ricasso is stamped “S/175" and the reverse side is marked with the serial number "3561" with "b" below, and the edge of the blade is marked "37". The scabbard has a different serial number to the blade "4374" in nice condition, with black leather frog stamped RB NR. 0/0365/0012. The scabbard and blade are nicely blued and in excellent condition.Product ID: 7434 £265.00View Details Add to Basket
WW2 Heer K98 DRESS BAYONET BY WKC WITH SCABBARD
An original WW2 Heer K-98 Dress Bayonet by WKC, the blade is nickel plated with the makers mark "Knights Helmet" and "WKC" for the manufacturer logo of WKC (Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Cie.) in Solingen on the ricasso. The handle has a bakelite grip with a nice nickel finish on the guard and pommel, complete with red felt in the rifle slot. The scabbard retains a nice glossy black finish with no dents, which sits nicely in the black leather frog with green felt backing and dark green infantry portepee. Overall the K98 dress bayonet, scabbard, and frog are in very good conditionProduct ID: 8101 £265.00View Details Add to Basket
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