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For those of you who are looking for a specialist who buys WW2 items you may just have arrived at the correct website . David Mattey of German Dagger Dealers    is an active buyers of Medals ,Uniforms ,      Paperwork, Badges and of course German Daggers . German Dagger Dealers operates...

Selling German Daggers In South Africa

Selling German Daggers In South Africa For The Correct Price.   Selling In The Global Market Has Never Been Easier, However If You Are Looking For Local Expertise In South Africa You Have Come To The Right Website.    Mr James Murray A Cape Town German Dagger Enthusiast Has Been Chosen to Represent...

Glider-pilot-daggers

The DLV Flyers Knife also referred to as a Glider Pilot Dagger or Knife.Manufactured By Josef Munch Brotterode. These early DLV daggers have personality  ! The blue leather wrapped grip on this example retains over it’s colour. The toned silver plated nickel guard retains much of its plating . The...

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As a wave of knife crime in places such as London grows people both in the U.K. and around the world are calling for tougher controls on the sale and movement of blades. In all probability this will blow over ?however collectors are the ones who will suffer if not. As has been seen in the deactivated gun...