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Valuation is our most requested service.

 

Varient scabbard kriegsmarine dagger

Varient scabbard kriegsmarine dagger

A service which  is currently available to everyone free of charge.

If you would like to know more about your items follow these steps:

1) Take a photo image or images of your item/items.

2) E-mail the image/images to enquiries@germandaggerdealers.com

please includes the word “VALUATION” in the text, together with any additional information that may help us (sizes, trademarks, numbers etc).

In turn you will receive our assessment of market value together with an option to sell directly to German Dagger Dealers.Com . This process may take a little time but the resulting information should prove invaluable.

 

Dagger Types
          Values
  Dagger     Types
          Values
SA 1933 EM(Value Down)
Average condition U.S $550  U.K £375 Investment Grade examples up to $800 U.K. £580
 
Teno EM Hewer
Value
V.G. £1,475 $2000
Fine.£2000  $3000
 LUFTWAFFE         1937
£3000
Teno Officer +
£3,400+
SA Honor +
£52,00
Forestry
£900
SA High Leader
£25,000
Hunting Official –
£1,300
SA Rohm EM –
£3800
Rifle Association
£1,500
SA Rohm Chained
£5,000
Hitler Youth Knife
£400
feldenhaller +(Value Up)
£55,000
Hitler Youth Leader
£3,500
NSKK 1933 EM(Value Down)
U.S.550U.K.£350
HD
£400
NSKK 1936 Chained Dagger –
£3,800
Land Customs +
£1,700
NSKK High Leader +
£32,000
Sea Customs +
£5,500 shown on the right hand side
SS 33 EM Dagger+
£2,600
Water Protection
£3,500
SS 1936 Chained Dagger
£4,650
Imperial Navy
£1200
SS High Leader –
£57,000
RAD LEADER
Up £950 $1600
SS Honor +
£52,000
NPEA student
£2,000
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
£900
RAD EM +
£650
Navy 2(Value Down)
U.S.$600U.K£450
Postal protection-
£1800
Army Dagger -(Value Down)
U.S.$400U.K£220
DRK EM
£450
Army Engraved Dagger +
£1,600
DRK /Social Welfare Leader
£1,200 Shown on the left hand  side
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
D Y V
£225 $300 
1st Railway-
£1,500
Government Official
£4800
2nd Railway –
£2,700
Diplomatic Officer
£6,000-£9000 Paid
Fire Official
£800
 
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The above service is solely to determine the origins and approximate value of items obtained from within your family. Or those collected by you over time.. Regrettably GermanDaggerDealers.com does not resolve disputes between dealers and on-line collectors.
                          The Institution of the Government Official dagger.
  
The Government Official dagger came into being in March 1939. The principle manufacturers being Carl Eickhorn and Alcosso.  It was carried by officer level civil servants who were attached to Ministries and ranking staff of the foreign office.
 The dagger is almost identical in appearance to the Diplomatic dagger with only one exception. The beak of the eagle faces to the viewers left, whilst on the Diplomatic daggers the eagle’s beak points to the right.
 The bold hanging straps are of grey – blue brocade having velvet backing aluminium facings and grey – blue edge strips. The buckles are rectangular having oak leaf decoration.
 Officially a small sized silver knot is hung tied from the feral  above the cross guard .Standard Army knots are however frequently encountered.
 By 1942 production had ended .
 Edited By David Mattey
 
SS DAGGER PRICNG
SS Daggers
What is my WW2 German SS Dagger worth?
$5000-$10,000 in most cases.
What is a fair price for my WW2 German SS Dagger?
I will pay $4000-$9000 for examples in good condition. My pledge to genuine surviving WW2 veterans and their families is to better all other offers .
Why can you pay more?
I have been dealing in such artefacts for half of my life. I buy for long term investors, collectors and museums who trust my judgement. They pay a little more for my money back guaranteed Service.
Email me now: davidmatteybuyer@gmail.co.uk
GDM.com Museum Exhibit Exchange Scheme
To increase the diversity of museums GDM.com has formulated an exhibit exchange scheme.
.Is your Museum storing ww2 exhibits that are bulky, duplicated or which are deemed politically unsuitable for display?
If so you are invited to register details with us. We will in turn offer you alternative exhibits of commensurate value that are currently up for exchange/trade by similar institutions.
RESTORATION & CONSERVATION.
Our view is that for the most part, genuine militaria is best left in “as found” condition.
We do, however, offer a few tips:
1) Never use power tools or abrasives on Daggers
2) Never touch blades with the naked hand .The salty deposits will cause corrosion. If you have made contact wipe the blade with a little machine oil.
3) Avoid the application of fine oils on plated cross guards .This may result in the lifting of the finnish.
4) Untouched dagger are more valuable than those that have been polished!
BUILDING MUSEUM COLLECTIONS
Advice on the display and acquisition of collections is part of our trade.
Our sourcing and strict vetting of items may save you embarrassment and financial catastrophes.
We at GermanDaggerDealers.com are aware that there are both honest and less reputable dealers. There are also well meaning yet misinformed collectors.
We judge items scientifically by committee, pooling years of “hands on” experience.
DAGGER FORUMS.
A forum is a great place for the virtual enthusiast.
It gives both the unqualified and qualified an opportunity to discuss the merits of items that they may or may not own.
The more sinister side to forums is that collectors have been targeted and suffered after foolishly disclosing details of their valuable collections. Bogus collectors spend months building up credibility and trust before striking.
In practice, the knowledge and experience acquired by actually handling items knows no substitution.
Confidential Selling.
For an immediate confidential sale of your daggers, flags, SA . flintlocks, helmets, Tank, Katana, Luftwaffe, Japanes, Militaria, Campaign , Fallchirmjager, Cap, Badge, Iron Cross, Patches, U-boat, Kreigsmarine, SS medals, insignia, bayonets, WW1/WW2 collections.
1) Contact: enquiries@germandaggerdealers.com
2) Once you have received the offer that you are happy with, wrap (bubble wrap or similar) the item, then tape it and box it up securely – very important!
3) Send your item Insured Tracked Postal Service. The postal forms Description (Ceremonial Artifact) to:
GDD.COM
ARUNDEL ANTIQUES MARKET
18 HIGH STREET
ARUNDEL
WEST SUSSEX
BN18 9AB.
ENGLAND
To confirm our authenticity, email any business based in
Arundel, West Sussex, England and ask them about Arundel
Antiques Market.
Best regards,
David Mattey (buyer)
 
All told, the profit margins for German Daggers is primarily determined by these three factors:
A. How quickly the Artefact can be resold (market demand)
B. How high the Cash value is (capital outlay)
C. The trends in popularity of this type of Dagger overall (market dynamics)
For example: A film about UBOATS might increase demand for Navy Daggers.
Militaria dealers have to strike a balance between the above factors to remain profitable.
Finally, if you are thinking of consigning valuable items to a dealer, first ask yourself these questions.
“Who am I dealing with?”
“Is this a Genuine Store? Are they registered dealers? Is the address given that of a business with a reputation to uphold?”
“Does he really need to have the items sent before paying for them?”
He claims to be “A (deserving?) lifelong collector?” Is this true? And if so is it really grounds to undersell my possessions?
Play Safe: Insist on Pre Payment!
Very Best Regards, David Mattey (GERMAN DAGGER DEALERS.com)
WE REQUIRE:
SS and SA Rohm Daggers. Daggers of the SA (Storm Troops): Standard Service, Feldherrnhalle, Special Presentation, High Leader Daggers, : NPEA, Reichs Labor Service (RAD), DLV, Diplomatic/Government, Red Cross, The RLB, Teno, Land and Water Customs, Railway, and Postal (Postschutz) Daggers, boot knives, Imperial Edged Weapons. and all SA accoutrements. Also daggers of the NSKK – Standard 1933 Service, Chained, etc.
For offers on swords, daggers, and bayonets used by European countries other than Germany. Additionally, uniforms and Edged weapons , Advisors on Daggers of the Army (Heer), Navy (Kriegsmarine), and Air Force Characteristics and variations, as well as accoutrements (portapees and hangers).
We are happy to evaluate edged weapons of the Hitler Youth: Leader daggers, the HJ knives (including the youth knives of occupied countries) DJ knives, and HJ Honor Bayonets.Forestry, and shooting daggers, as well as honour and presentation bayonets. Daggers of the SS: Model 1933 Daggers, Model 1936 Chained Daggers, Honour Daggers, Himmler Dedication Daggers, and all SS accoutrements. SS Officer Research SS Edged Weapons.
We Purchase, uniforms, headgear and cloth insignia of the SS and the SA. Discuss uniforms, headgear, and cloth insignia of the German Army, Navy, and Luftwaffe services. This includes Camouflage and Paratroops (Fallschirmjaager) uniforms. uniforms, headgear, cloth insignia, and accessories of the German police services.
ALSO WANTED:
Uniforms, headgear, and cloth insignia of all other german organizations such as the TENO, The Labor Corps, the DLV, and the Diplomatic Corps.Imperial German Militaria including: service medals, decorations, badges, insignia, photos, documents, spiked helmets, visors, field gear, flags, cloth insignia, etc. The many fields of German Miliitaria Medals, ribbons, and badges and other awards of all German services. Iron Crosses, Shooting Badges, Membership Pins. brocade and service belts, as well as belt buckles. German steel helmets from all branches of service and organizations, from both WWI and WWII.
We have the best investors waiting to buy your Samaurai Swords, Japanese headgear and uniforms, medals,De-activated rifles and related equipment, everything from grenade launchers and bayonets..Also German Railway/ railroad car eagles, statues, personality busts, Allach porcelain, silverware, napkins, and other collectibles.
Best regards,
David Mattey (buyer)
Items Acquired by GDD.com
Bayonet Makers
S/155-E&F Horster
SolingenS/172-
S/173-Elite-Diamantwerk
Siegmar-Schonau bei Chemnitz
S/174
S/175
S/176
S/177
S/178
S/184
S/185
S/238
S/239
S/240
S/244
ab- Mundlos AG
Magdeburg Nord
agv-Berg&Co
Solingen-Ohligs
asw-E&F Horster
Solingen
bym-Gennosenschafts Machinenhaus der Buchsenmacher
Fernlach/Karnten
Austria
can- August Wallmeyer
Eisenach (Thuringen)
clc-Richard Abr. Herder
Solingen
cof- Carl Eickhorn Waffenfabrik
Solingen
cqh-Clemen und Jung
Solingen
crs- Paul Weyersberg und Co
Solingen
cul- Ernst Pack und Sohne
Solingen
cvl- Weyersberg
Kirschbaum und Co. (aka WKC)Waffenfabrik GmbH
Solingen-Wald
ddl- Remscheider Hobelmesserfabrik Josua Corts Sohn
Remscheid
dot- Waffenwerk Brunn AG
werk Brunn
Czechoslovakia
ffc- Friedrich Abr. Herder und Sohn
Solingen
fnj- Alexander Coppel GmbH (aka Alcoso)
Solingen
fze- F.W. Holler
Solingen
i-Elite Diamantwerk
Siegmar-Schonau bei Chemnitz
jwh- Manufacture Nationale (Staatliche Waffenfabrik) Chatellerault
France
pyy- Berg&Co
Solingen
sgx- E&F Horster
SolingenManufacturers codes of the combat bayonet .
agv Berg &Co.
Solingen-Ohligs 41-4asw E&F Horster
Solingen 40-44
bym Genossenshaft Mach
Ferlach-Karnten
Austria 41-.can Aug. Wallmeyer
Eisenach-Thuringen clc Richard Abr. Herder
Solingen 41-44.cof Carl Eichorn
Solingen 41-45.cqh Clemen & Jung
Solingen 41-44 crs Paul Weyersberg & Co.
Solingen 41-45.cul Ernst Pack & Sohne
Solingen 41-44.cvl WKC Waffenfabrik
Solingen-Wald 41-45ddl Remsheider Hobelmesser
Remsheid 41-44.ffc Fredr. Abr. Herder Sohne
Solingen 41-44..fnj Alexander Coppel Gmbh
Solingen 41-44.fze F.W. Holler
Solingen 41-43.jwh Staatliche Waffenfabrik
Chatellerault
France 41-44.pyy Berg & Co.
Solingen
1944.sgx E&F Horster
Solingen 44-45
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M7/82 Gebrüder Born
Solingen
M7/83 Richard Pluemacher Sohn
Solingen
M7/84 Carl Schmidt Sohn
Solingen
M7/85 Arthur Evertz
Solingen
M7/86 Kuno Liemscheid & Co.
Solingen auf der Hohe
M7/87 Maich & Ambrom
Steinbach
M7/88 Juliuswerk-J. Schmidt & Sohn
Riemberg i. Schlesien
M7/89 Ernst Mandewirth
Solingen
M7/90 Eickelnberg & Mack
Solingen
M7/91 Carl Spitzer
Malsch
M7/92 Peter Daniel Krebs
Solingen
M7/93 Ewald Cleff
Solingen
M7/94 Gebrüder Bell
Solingen-Grafarth
M7/95 J. A. Schmidt & Sohn
Solingen
M7/96 Drees & Sohn
Solingen
M7/97 F Koeller & Co.
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/98 Ernst Erich Witte
Solingen
M7/99 Franz Weinrank
Wien
M7/100 Franz Pils & Sobn
Wien
M7/101 Fritz Weber
Wien
M7/102 Franz Pils & Sohn
Steinbach am St.
M7/103 Josef Hack
Steyr (Ober-Donau)
M7/104 Ludwig Zeitler
Wien
M7/105 Rudolf Wurzer
St. Christophen
M7/106 Georg Kerschbaumer
Steinbach an der Steyr
M7/108 Karl Oschmann & Co.
Brotterode i. Th.
M7/110 Felbeck & Pickard
Solingen
M7/111 H. Herder
Solingen
M7/112 Carl Wusthof-Gladiatorwerk
Solingen
M7/113 Berndorfer Metaliwarenfabrik – Arthur Krupp AG.
Berndorf
M7/114 Hugo Linder C. W. Sohn
Solingen-Weyer
M7/115 Erhardt Reich
Schwcina
M7/116 Franz Frenzel
Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
M7/117 Julius Pilz Sohn
Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
M7/118 Jacobs & Co.
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/163 E. & A. Helbig
Steinbach
M7/183 Ernst E. Witte (Kroneck)
Solingen
M7/1051 Robert Klaas
Solingen
M7/1053 P. D. Lüneschloss
Solingen
M7/1164 David Malsch
Steinbach Krm.
M7/1211 E. PacGebrüder Christians
Christianswerk
Solingen
M7/2 Emil Voos Waffenfabrik
Solingen
M7/3 Kuno Ritter
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/4 August Müller KG.
Solingen-Merscheid
M7/5 Carl Julius Krebs
Solingen
M7/6 H. & F. Lauterjung
Solingen
M7/7 Hermann Konejung
Solingen
M7/8 Eduard Gembruch
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/9 SMF – Solinger Metallwaffenfabrik Stoecker & Co.
Solingen
RZM M7/10 J. A. Henckels
Solingen
M7/11 E. Knecht & Co.
Solingen
M7/12 WMW – Waffenfabrik Max Weyersberg
Solingen
M7/12 Carl Robert Kaldenbach
RZM M7/13 Arthur Schüttelhofer & Co.
Solingen-Wald
M7/14 R D. Luneschloss
Solingen
M7/15 Carl & Robert Linder
Solingen
M7/16 Justus Brenger & Co.
Solingen-Wald
M7/17 A. Werth
Solingen
M7/18 Richard Abr. Herder
Solingen
M7/19 Edward Wüsthof Dreizackwerk
Solingen
M7/20 Ernst Mandewirth
Solingen
M7/21 Hermann Schneider
Solingen
M7/22 Wilhelm Weltersbach
Solingen
M7/23 Carl Halbach
Solingen
M7/24 Reinhard Weyersberg
Solingen
M7/25 Wilhelm Wagner
Solingen-Merscheid
M7/25 Jostes & Co.
Solingen
M7/26 Carl August Meis
G.m.b.H.
Solingen
M7/27 Pumawerk (Lauterjung & Sohn)
Solingen
M7/28 Gustav Felix
Gloriawerk
Solingen
M7/29 Klittermann & Moog G.m.b.H.
Haan
M7/29 Jacobs & Co. (duplicate)
M7/30 Gebrüder Grafrath
Solingen-Widden
RZM M7/31 August Merten Mw.
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/32 Robt. Muller
Solingen-Merscheid
M7/33 F W. Höller
Solingen
M7/33 P.u.A. Duenzer
Solingen
M7/34 Rudolf C. Jacobs
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/35 Wilhelm Halback
Solingen
M7/36 E. & F. Hörster
Solingen
M7/37 Robert Klaas
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/38 Paul Seilheimer
Solingen
M7/39 Franz Steinhoff
Solingen-Wald
M7/40 Hartkopf & Co.
Solingen
M7/41 Rudolf Schmidt
Solingen
M7/42 W.K.C. (Weyersberg
Kirschbaum & Co.) Waffenfabrik
Solingen-W M7/43 Paul Weyersberg & Co.
Solingen
M7/44 F. W. Backhaus
Solingen-Obligs
M7/45 Karl Bocker
Solingen
M7/45 Ottersbach & Co.
Solingen
M7/46 Emil Gierling
Solingen
M7/47 Paul Ebel
Solingen
M7/48 Otto Simon
Steinbach
M7/49 Friedrich Herder A.S.
Solingen
M7/50 Gebrüder Heller
G.m.b.H.
Marienthal
M7/51 Anton Wingen
Jr.
Solingen
M7/52 Herbertz & Meurer
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/53 Nach. Gustav Weyersberg
Solingen
M7/54 Gottfried Müller
Rerges-Vogtei
M7/55 Robert Herder
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/56 C. D. Schaaf
Solingen
M7/57 Peter Lungstrass
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/58 Louis Perlmann
Solingen
M7/59 C. Lutters & Co.
Solingen
M7/60 Gustav L. Koller
Solingen
M7/61 Carl Tillmans Sohn KG.
Solingen
M7/62 Friedrich Plucker Jr
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/63 Herder & Engels
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/64 Friedr. Geigis
Solingen-Foche
M7/65 Karl Heidelberg
Soli
M7/80 Gustav C. Spitzer
Solingen
M7/82 Gebrüder Born
Solingen
M7/83 Richard Pluemacher Sohn
Solingen
M7/84 Carl Schmidt Sohn
Solingen
M7/85 Arthur Evertz
Solingen
M7/86 Kuno Liemscheid & Co.
Solingen auf der Hohe
M7/87 Maich & Ambrom
Steinbach
M7/88 Juliuswerk-J. Schmidt & Sohn
Riemberg i. Schlesien
M7/89 Ernst Mandewirth
Solingen
M7/90 Eickelnberg & Mack
Solingen
M7/91 Carl Spitzer
Malsch
M7/92 Peter Daniel Krebs
Solingen
M7/93 Ewald Cleff
Solingen
M7/94 Gebrüder Bell
Solingen-Grafarth
M7/95 J. A. Schmidt & Sohn
Solingen
M7/96 Drees & Sohn
Solingen
M7/97 F Koeller & Co.
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/98 Ernst Erich Witte
Solingen
M7/99 Franz Weinrank
Wien
M7/100 Franz Pils & Sobn
Wien
M7/101 Fritz Weber
Wien
M7/102 Franz Pils & Sohn
Steinbach am St.
M7/103 Josef Hack
Steyr (Ober-Donau)
M7/104 Ludwig Zeitler
Wien
M7/105 Rudolf Wurzer
St. Christophen
M7/106 Georg Kerschbaumer
Steinbach an der Steyr
M7/108 Karl Oschmann & Co.
Brotterode i. Th.
M7/109 Thomas Weilpütz
Solingen-Höscheid M7/110 Felbeck & Pickard
Solingen
M7/111 H. Herder
Solingen
M7/112 Carl Wusthof-Gladiatorwerk
Solingen
M7/113 Berndorfer Metaliwarenfabrik – Arthur Krupp AG.
Berndorf
M7/114 Hugo Linder C. W. Sohn
Solingen-Weyer
M7/115 Erhardt Reich
Schwcina
M7/116 Franz Frenzel
Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
M7/117 Julius Pilz Sohn
Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
RZM M7/118 Jacobs & o.
Solingen-Grafrath
RZM M7/163 E. & A. Helbig
Steinbach
RZM M7/183 Ernst E. Witte (Kroneck)
Solingen
RZM M7/1051 Robert Klaas
Solingen
RZM M7/1053 P. D. Lüneschloss
Solingen
RZM M7/1164 David Malsch
Steinbach Krm.
M7/3 Kuno Ritter
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/4 August Müller KG.
Solingen-Merscheid
M7/5 Carl Julius Krebs
Solingen
M7/6 H. & F. Lauterjung
Solingen
M7/7 Hermann Konejung
Solingen
M7/8 Eduard Gembruch
Solingen-Grafrath
RZM M7/9 SMF – Solinger Metallwaffenfabrik Stoecker & Co.
Solingen
M7/10 J. A. Henckels
Solingen
M7/11 E. Knecht & Co.
Solingen
M7/12 WMW – Waffenfabrik Max Weyersberg
Solingen
M7/12 Carl Robert Kaldenbach
RZM M7/13 Arthur Schüttelhofer & Co.
Solingen-Wald
M7/14 R D. Luneschloss
Solingen
M7/15 Carl & Robert Linder
Solingen
M7/16 Jstus Brenger & Co.
Solingen-Wald
M7/17 A. Werth
Solingen
M7/18 Richard Abr. Herder
Solingen
M7/19 Edward Wüsthof Dreizackwerk
Solingen
M7/20 Ernst Mandewirth
Solingen
M7/21 Hermann Schneider
Solingen
M7/22 Wilhelm Weltersbach
Solingen
M7/23 Carl Halbach
Solingen
M7/24 Reinhard Weyersberg
Solingen
M7/25 Wilhelm Wagner
Solingen-Merscheid
M7/25 Jostes & Co.
Solingen
M7/26 Carl August Meis
G.m.b.H.
Solingen
M7/27 Pumawerk (Lauterjung & Sohn)
Solingen
M7/28 Gustav Felix
Gloriawerk
Solingen
M7/29 Klittermann & Moog G.m.b.H.
Haan
M7/29 Jacobs & Co. (duplicate)
RZM M7/31 August Merten Mw.
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/32 Robt. Muller
Solingen-Merscheid
M7/33 F W. Höller
Solingen
M7/33 P.u.A. Duenzer
Solingen
M7/34 Rudolf C. Jacobs
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/35 Wilhelm Halback
Solingen
M7/36 E. & F. Hörster
Solingen
RZM M7/37 Robert Klaas
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/38 Paul Seilheimer
Solingen
M7/39 Franz Steinhoff
Solingen-Wald
M7/40 Hartkopf & Co.
Solingen
RZM M7/42 W.K.C. (Weyersberg
Kirschbaum & Co.) Waffenfabrik
Solingen- M7/43 Paul Weyersberg & Co.
Solingen
RZM M7/44 F. W. Backhaus
Solingen-Obligs
M7/45 Karl Bocker
Solingen
M7/45 Ottersbach & Co.
Solingen
M7/46 Emil Gierling
Solingen
M7/47 Paul Ebel
Solingen
M7/48 Otto Simon
Steinbach
RZM M7/49 Friedrich Herder A.S.
Solingen
RZM M7/50 Gebrüder Heller
G.m.b.H.
Marienthal
M7/51 Anton Wingen
Jr.
Solingen
M7/52 Herbertz & Meurer
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/53 Nach. Gustav Weyersberg
Solingen
M7/54 Gottfried Müller
Rerges-Vogtei
M7/55 Robert Herder
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/56 C. D. Schaaf
Solingen
M7/57 Peter Lungstrass
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/58 Louis Perlmann
Solingen
M7/59 C. Lutters & Co.
Solingen
M7/60 Gustav L. Koller
Solingen
M7/61 Carl Tillmans Sohn KG.
Solingen
M7/62 Friedrich Plucker Jr
Solingen-Grafrath
RZM M7/63 Herder & Engels
Solingen-Ohligs
M7/64 Friedr. Geigis
Solingen-Foche
M7/65 Karl Heidelberg
Solingen
RZM M7/66 Carl Eickorn
Solingen
M7/67 Gottlieb Hammesfahr
Solingen-Foche
M7/68 Tigerwerk Lauterjung & Co.
Solingen
M7/69 H.A. Erbe AG.
Schmalkalden
M7/70 David Malsch
Steinbach
M7/71 Herm. Hahn
Solingen-Wald
M7/72 Karl Rob. Kaldenbach
Solingen-Grafrath
M7/73 F u. A. Helbing
Steinbach
M7/74 Friedrich Aug. Schmitz
Solingen
M7/75 Böker & Co.
Solingen
M7/76 Herbeck & Meyer
Solingen-Weyer
M7/77 Gustav Schmeider
Solingen
M7/78 Herm. Linder Sohn
Solingen
M7/79 C. Bertram Reinhard & Sohn
Solingen
M7/80 Gustav C. Spitzer
Solingen
M7/81 Karl Tiegel
Riemberg
M7/82 Gebrüder Born
Solingen
M7/83 Richard Pluemacher Sohn
Solingen
M7/85 Arthur Evertz
Solingen
M7/86 Kuno Liemscheid & Co.
Solingen auf der Hohe
M7/87 Maich & Ambrom
Steinbach
M7/88 Juliuswerk-J. Schmidt & Sohn
Riemberg i. Schlesien
M7/89 Ernst Mandewirth
Solingen
M7/90 Eickelnberg & Mack
Solingen
M7/91 Carl Spitzer
Malsch
M7/92 Peter Daniel Krebs
Solingen
M7/93 Ewald Cleff
Solingen
M7/94 Gebrüder Bell
Solingen-Grafarth
M7/95 J. A. Schmidt & Sohn
Solingen
M7/96 Drees & Sohn
Solingen
RZM M7/97 F Koeller & Co.
Solingen-Ohligs
RZM M7/98 Ernst Erich Witte
Solingen
RZM M7/99 Franz Weinrank
Wien
RZM M7/100 Franz Pils & Sobn
Wien
RZM M7/101 Fritz Weber
Wien
RZM M7/102 Franz Pils & Sohn
Steinbach am St.
RZM M7/103 Josef Hack
Steyr (Ober-Donau)
RZM M7/104 Ludwig Zeitler
Wien
RZM M7/105 Rudolf Wurzer
St. Christophen
RZM M7/106 Georg Kerschbaumer
Steinbach an der Steyr
RZM M7/108 Karl Oschmann & Co.
Brotterode i. Th.
RZM M7/109 Thomas Weilpütz
Solingen-Höscheid
RZM M7/110 Felbeck & Pickard
Solingen
RZM M7/111 H. Herder
Solingen
RZM M7/112 Carl Wusthof-Gladiatorwerk
Solingen
RZM M7/113 Berndorfer Metaliwarenfabrik – Arthur Krupp AG.
Berndorf
RZM M7/114 Hugo Linder C. W. Sohn
Solingen-Weyer
RZM M7/115 Erhardt Reich
Schwcina
RZM M7/116 Franz Frenzel
Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
RZM M7/117 Julius Pilz Sohn
Nixdorf (Sudetenland)
RZM M7/118 Jacobs & Co.
Solingen-Grafrath
RZM M7/163 E. & A. Helbig
Steinbach
RZM M7/183 Ernst E. Witte (Kroneck)
Solingen
RZM M7/1051 Robert Klaas
Solingen
RZM M7/1053 P. D. Lüneschloss
Solingen
RZM M7/1164 David Malsch
Steinbach Krm.
RZM M7/1211 E. Pack
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