TeNo Sleeve Badge 3rd Pattern
A scarce WW2 Germa TeNo Sleeve badge 3rd Pattern, machine-woven eagle in white thread on green cotton. This badge depicts a Wehrmacht Eagle facing the left clutching a swastika, with the TeNo emblem superimposed within an inverted triangle with white thread borders.
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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 $4,420.55View Details Add to Basket