Arbiet Adelt plus Solingen Trade Marks

Arbiet Adelt plus Solingen Trade Marks

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 R.A.D. “Arbeit Adelt” Are you selling an R.A.D.Hewer or dagger?

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Customers can expect to achieve around 70% of the list Prices seen on specialist websites for equivalent items.

Arundel Antiques Market Ltd
Antiques & Militaria 
18 High Street
Arundel
BN18 9AB

Telephone

0044 (0) 1903-884602

Mobile
0044 (0) 7860-747027

VAT Registration Number
723556787

 

£2,900 SS High Leader – £57,000

Postal Leader £3,500

SS Honor + £52,000

NPEA student £3,000

Carl Bergsmuller Berlin

Carl Burgsmuller Berlin Maker

 

Luftwaffe 1(Value Hovering) U.S.$700U.K£550

NPEA Leader £6,000

Luftwaffe 2 -(Value Down) U.S.$450U.K.£200

NPEA Chained £6,000

Navy 1 £350

R.A.D. Hewer Tiger Solingen

R.A.D. Enlisted Mans Hewers Required By Tiger Solingen

£900 RAD EM +

£650 Navy 2(Value Down) U.S.$600U.K£450

RAD Leader – £1800

Army Dagger -(Value Down) U.S.$400U.K£220

DRK EM £450

Army Engraved Dagger + £1,600

DRK /Social Welfare Leader £1,200

DLV knife – £900

RLB EM 1st model £900

DLV/Luft1 transitional+ £2,400

RLB EM 2nd model £800

NSFK knife £900

RLB Officer 1st model £1,500

NSFK Dagger £1,800

RLB Officer 2nd model £1,500

1st Railway- £1,500

Government Official £4800

2nd Railway – £2,700

Diplomatic Officer £7,000

Fire Official £800

THE RAD HEWER HISTORY

Instituted in1934 the R.A.D.Hewer was robustly crafted to serve as both a working hatchet and to be worn as an emblem ofauthorityon formal occasions. Paul Casburg based his design for the hewer on an antique woodman’s hatchet.These Antler griped Hewers measured forty cms overall .They had carbon steel blades etched with the RAD moto”Arbeit Adelt“ (“Work Ennobles”) The scabbards were steel shells mounted with silvered nickel then later steel and alloy fittings. Celtic knot designs and a swastika within a spade flanked by ears of corn were impressed into the fittings. Fittings to the scabbard were toned with black shellac,oil glaze or cellulose paint ,polished back, then lacquered to achieve an antique look.The antler grip plates on early productionHewers retain the raw texture whilst later examples tend to have a smoother finish. A Scarce variation is the “Full Stag” in this early variation of the Hewer the handle lacks the metal ends to the pommel. They are instead covered by Antler. The Hewer was affixed to the enlisted man’s belt by a large leather hanger, variations of hangers exist as well as non regulation examples.Hewers were locally issued at Labor Corps battalion bases and were not available for private purchase .The RAD’s triangular proof mark is seen above the makers mark on hewers produced before 1936 production of the Hewer had finished by late 1942.Known Makers of the Rad Hewer. Include

RAD HEWERS PRICES

BOKER SOLINGEN ARBEIT ADELT

 

 Carl Eickhorn Solingen Arbeit Adelt

Carl Eickhorn Scabbard Fittings RAD

Carl Eickhorn.

Gottlieb Hammesfahr

Gottlieb Hammesfahr Solingen

PUMAWERKE  SOLINGEN ARBEIT ADELT

PUMAWERK SOLINGEN ARBEIT ADELT

Carl Julius Krebbs

RAD HEWERS By Carl Julius Krebbs required

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