Bequest: Documents, Awards, Navy Officer Dagger [M1938] by Carl Eickhorn Solingen

Eickhorn Carl, Solingen

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Eickhorn Carl, Solingen




double-edged, marine motifs on both sides


423 mm


481 g


Two-piece buckets lined with velvet




Documents, certificates, awards from Johannes Fleer

Question to product? Product number 2845-OTZE

Bequest: Documents, Awards, Navy Officer Dagger [M1938] by Carl Eickhorn Solingen

This 2nd Model German Naval Dagger is in EXC++ condition. Kriegsmarine model 1938. The maker mark is by Original Eickhorn Solingen. Documents, certificates, awards from Johannes Fleer.

Grip: The off-white celluloid over wood grip is in perfect condition throughout. It is tightly wrapped with twisted brass wire. The wire has trapped a lot of residue in the recesses, giving a good look to the piece. The crossguard has fouled anchor center blocks with good acanthus leaves on the quillon arms. The button ends are accented and have crisp center nipples.

Blade: The double etched blade of this dagger is in near mint condition. It is completely mirror-bright with a fine, needle-like tip. The fouled anchor motif really jumps off the blade. The reverse ricasso of the blade is stamped with the “Over the Shoulder” Eickhorn Squirrel trademark first used in 1941, and the original brown felt blade buffer is in place.

Scabbard: The lightning bolt scabbard is also in fine condition. The carrying bands are decorated with outstanding overlapping oak leaves and acorns. The eyelets have the typical triple serrations that show only modest wear. The lower area of the scabbard, with its ermine feet, acanthus leaves and lightning bolts.


Documents, certificates, awards from Johannes Fleer:

  • Navy Officer Dagger [2nd Model] with Hangers by Original Eickhorn Solingen
  • Marine Belt
  • U-Boat War Badge 1939 (U-Boot-Kriegsabzeichen) (by Fa. Schwerin-Berlin without maker mark)
  • Document of U-Boat War Badge 1939 (Ubootskriegsabzeichen 1939 (Johannes Fleer) with orig. Signature of Grand Admiral: Karl Doenitz
  • 2nd Class Iron Cross 1939
  • 1st Class Iron Cross 1939 by L/14
  • Kriegsmarine Capseagle
  • Document: Marine-Nachrichteninspektion Seesport-Funkzeugnis: Johannes Fleer

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