Which Makers created Panzerschiff etched blades for Kriegsmarine daggers?

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Which Makers created Panzerschiff etched blades for Kriegsmarine daggers?

Post by Zoglet » 16 Mar 2021 17:59

Dear friends,

I've managed to stumble upon a battleship-etched bladed naval dagger from the Clemen & Jung firm. I've seen two other daggers with that kind of blade (one that was blued and gilded) from the Eickhorn firm. I tried to find more information regarding this etching, but have found nothing regarding the purpose of the etching, nor its makers. If anyone can provide any assistance, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you in advance,
Zoglet

Clemen & Jung:
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Eickhorn (Standard):
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Eickhorn (Blued):
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Re: Which Makers created Panzerschiff etched blades for Kriegsmarine daggers?

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 19 Mar 2021 00:03

I've always read that these are fantasy and make believe.

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Re: Which Makers created Panzerschiff etched blades for Kriegsmarine daggers?

Post by danebrog » 13 May 2021 09:02

Have a glace at:
https://joschs-sammlung.de/produkt/offi ... -original/

Text reads:
This piece is controversially discussed.

It may well be that the relatives had this blade attached (to the old original dagger from the pre-war period) after the war!? Nevertheless, I can't find a comparable piece in the market!!!

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