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pvon #352402 10/31/2021 09:01 AM
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Waoo ! quelles merveilles 👍 thanks for sharing = Seppi +

pvon #352408 11/01/2021 08:22 AM
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Gents here is my latest gem.
Ill let the pics do the talking, only the leather shows its age of 125 years.

Cheers
Ger

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pvon #352409 11/01/2021 02:14 PM
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Another lovely item, Ger.


Always looking for Eickhorns and etched bayonets.
pvon #352413 11/01/2021 06:22 PM
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Another nice find! Love it!

pvon #352414 11/01/2021 06:33 PM
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Thx Gents, sometimes the simple elegant daggers like this one, the ones that in hand have the better over those "Prunk" Deluxe Hirschfängers.
I love it, its nice to have it bought on a show, meanwhile i wait for my 3 F. Dula's Waidbestecke, they move pretty slow during shipping from Germany, they are stuck somewhere on an export distribution center frown near the border.

Ger

pvon #352416 11/01/2021 07:39 PM
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Very nice blade, as usual for your finds, and a marked scabbard to boot.
Can't wait to see those F Dula's, I just love those. Sadly I have to just look at my Puma White Hunters and wish.
Congrats
Ed

ed773 #352446 11/03/2021 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by ed773
Ger
Very nice blade, as usual for your finds, and a marked scabbard to boot.
Can't wait to see those F Dula's, I just love those. Sadly I have to just look at my Puma White Hunters and wish.
Congrats
Ed

Here are my F.Dula's the 3 Dula's just arrived.

Best
Ger

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pvon #352449 11/03/2021 02:18 PM
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WOW, what can I say?
Beautiful
Ed

pvon #352455 11/03/2021 09:26 PM
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Thank you for sharing. Appreciate seeing such interesting items.

--dj--Joe


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Gerrit

Yes, Very interesting!

I have to ask! F.Dula's is it a type? maker?

Can't say I have seen these before!

Can we see the blades? Time frame?

They have a rad handle look!


Any pics of them worn or used for?


Very interesting!



PVON

pvon #352458 11/04/2021 01:30 AM
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Wow Gerrit,

I have a soft spot for these. One day I'm going to grab one up.

pvon #352459 11/04/2021 07:50 AM
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Originally Posted by pvon
Gerrit

Yes, Very interesting!

I have to ask! F.Dula's is it a type? maker?

Can't say I have seen these before!

Can we see the blades? Time frame?

They have a rad handle look!


Any pics of them worn or used for?


Very interesting!



PVON

Here is a great thread by Gary, who i guess owns the mayority of these sets wink

https://forum.germandaggers.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=156933#Post156933

Timeframe 1935-41/42
F.Dula is the maker.
I will post some pics when i can find the time.
If you go through Gary's thread you see a guy in a DJS Uniform wearing one with a DJS Portepee attached to it.

Cheers
Ger

pvon #352460 11/04/2021 12:44 PM
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Here a couple of pics of the blades.

Ger

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pvon #352461 11/04/2021 02:15 PM
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Wow, those are sweet!! Guess the DGRM is because of the blade shape[?]

pvon #352462 11/04/2021 03:16 PM
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The Maker of these was J.E. Dittert, Freidrich Dula was the bladesmith. The patent date for these was in October 1936 so any without DRGM on the blade is prior to that date.

Interesting knife on the far left of Gerrits picture, I do not recognise that as F Dula or at least I have never seen that type before, is it marked at all, it's certainly in a F Dula scabbard.

Gaspere,
Yes I presume the DRGM was for the blade shape, these were designed by Walter Frevert who later became Gorings chief Forester in Rominten(hunting reserve)

Gary

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Originally Posted by Baz69
The Maker of these was J.E. Dittert, Freidrich Dula was the bladesmith. The patent date for these was in October 1936 so any without DRGM on the blade is prior to that date.

Interesting knife on the far left of Gerrits picture, I do not recognise that as F Dula or at least I have never seen that type before, is it marked at all, it's certainly in a F Dula scabbard.

Gaspere,
Yes I presume the DRGM was for the blade shape, these were designed by Walter Frevert who later became Gorings chief Forester in Rominten(hunting reserve)

Gary

Gary the full stag knife is in bowiesstyle and is marked with "Handarbeit" on its ricasso.
I have been offered a second one also in a Dula scabbard, by the same seller from who i bought the 3 Dula's , i have been offered these sets by a friend of the former owner who passed away.
He was a long time collector.
It was great seeing another one in another collection, so there has been produced a small batch.

Cheers
Ger

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pvon #361014 03/11/2024 01:58 AM
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Found a nice Schutzen mug, Hope you all like it,

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pvon #361024 03/11/2024 02:34 PM
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Mikee,

I've not seen a shooting mug before. Cool.

pvon #361030 03/11/2024 07:37 PM
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Hey Dave,

Here's another Schutzen style mug or tankard. Steins are bigger but I guess calling them all steins is fine lol

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pvon #361031 03/11/2024 07:42 PM
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This is one of the official mugs for the 18th Deutches Bundesschiessen held in Munich 16-23 July 1927. 189 targets and 5000 shooters with many many thousands of spectators.

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Nice Schutzen mugs you got there Mikee. I have viewed some on the popular auction site, but I have not found a vintage Schutzen mug from a Town or City I wanted.

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pvon #361037 03/11/2024 08:02 PM
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5000 shooters!! great turnout!! These are cool. One time I think we had a Stein/Tankard subject area here years ago.. That guy [the Mod I think] had some really great pieces!! Andy had some really nice ones. think the family split them up..

These are 3 really nice ones! thanks for showing.....

pvon #361038 03/11/2024 08:04 PM
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Hey Wetzel,
Hey G,

Thank you, and that wasn't the largest turn out. I believe the very first one held in Frankfurt was 8000 shooters but with only 100 targets.

I like just about anything shooting and hunting related.

pvon #361039 03/11/2024 08:09 PM
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Silver prize cup from 19th Deutches Bundesschiessen held in Koln 1930 with 3500 shooters and 200 targets and Munich mug. The Schutzenliesel or target girl pictured on the left was based on a real person. Her story is a nice historical read. Best!

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pvon #361040 03/11/2024 08:30 PM
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1934 shooting prize cup.

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pvon #361041 03/11/2024 08:35 PM
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1906 Silver shooting prize cup

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pvon #361042 03/11/2024 08:55 PM
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Silver prize cup from the 20th Deutches Bundesschiessen held in leipzig 1934, the last of the great matches, 1800 shooters and only175 targets. After this it all changed. In 1937 the Deutscher Schutzenbund united with the Reichsverband Deutscher Kleinkaliber-Schutzenverbande and the Deutscher Kartell for Jagd and Sportschiessen and formed into the Deutscher Schutzen-Verband.

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pvon #361044 03/11/2024 09:25 PM
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I don't think I showed this before. German target rifle with heavy octagon barrel, which was one of the shooters in the 15th Deutsches Bundesschiessen held in Munich 15-22 July 1906, 5000 shooters and 176 targets and was in others as well. So I'm lucky to own it. The double set triggers, once set you blow on it and it will go off lol. They are works of art!

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Engraved action with double set triggers and diopter sights. Thanks for looking in and hope you enjoy this stuff as much as I do. Best!

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pvon #361046 03/11/2024 10:54 PM
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Stunning Mikee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

pvon #361049 03/11/2024 11:45 PM
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Hey G,

Thank you and glad you liked it.

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love the rifle. the mugs are great to. fill them up with some Oktoberfest.

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Thanks Luftbud,

I have others when I get more time I'll attempt to post them. I have plenty of large mugs from the Octoberfest in Munich and on occasion I fill them up lol.

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