SiPo baton

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polleman123
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SiPo baton

Post by polleman123 » 24 Jan 2018 18:32

Hello,
My name is Lars and I live in the Netherlands.
Recently I have obtain a baton and a knife from my neighbor. I helped him to clean up his loft and that was my ''reward'' for helping him.
Here are some photographs of the SIPO baton:
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There is almost no damage to the baton. And you can deploy the baton without any issues.

And Photographs of the knife with the stamp ''EMIL VOOS SOLINGEN'' and ''MADE IN GERMANY'' on the sheath:
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I can't find any usefull information about the knife. But this one looks alike: http://www.stewartsmilitaryantiques.com ... rchive.htm

There is another forum on this site about the SiPo (https://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=212579), but my SiPo has an sheath.
Can you please let me know what you think about it's condition and it's worth? And if it is a real SiPo in first place?

Thank you!

Kind Regards,
Lars
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Mark in Cleveland, Tn.
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Re: SiPo baton

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 25 Jan 2018 02:27

THe knife.dagger.. the pics from Stewarts show an orginal WW2 era !933 t 1945 HJ Hitler Youth.. yours is a modern Boy Scouts if I remember, but someone here will post a link. NOT **hate to use the term NAZI** as for the SIPO Head thumper,have no idea but have seen some posted in this forum in the past

just
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Re: SiPo baton

Post by just » 06 Feb 2018 19:02

Hello

post war german boy-scout knife
not the good scabbard !!

I suppose the scabbard, probably german WW1 officer knife....
if a moment, I post pictures....

cordially
Didier

polleman123
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Re: SiPo baton

Post by polleman123 » 07 Feb 2018 21:19

Hello,
Thank u for your responses!
It is very useful.
I think I found an interesting detail an my SIPO.
On the back end of baton on the same place as the SIPO logo, I can slightly see some letters DRGM above the logo and DRP underneath the logo, but it is very hard to read.

Maybe this indicates that this is produced pre or at ww2, because this is an German patent marking that was used from 1891 till the ww2.

Thank you in advance,
Lars

Spillran
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Re: SiPo baton

Post by Spillran » 27 Feb 2019 21:15

Hello. Are you intressted in selling you Sipo baton?

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