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Durbeck was a uniform shop in Vienna and seemingly had a special relationship with the Carl Eickhorn firm.

Here are three Eickhorn marked blades also stamped with the Durbeck Vienna distributor mark.

Luft2
Heer
KS98 short dress bayonet with stag grips.

Obverse.JPG (30.82 KB, 143 downloads)
TM 35-41.JPG (31.82 KB, 143 downloads)
TM Durbeck 1.JPG (32.63 KB, 143 downloads)
Obverse.JPG (30.08 KB, 143 downloads)
TM 35-41.JPG (32.03 KB, 143 downloads)
Obverse TM Durbeck Wien.JPG (32.38 KB, 143 downloads)
Obverse.JPG (30.93 KB, 143 downloads)
Reverse TM.JPG (33.4 KB, 143 downloads)
Obverse Durbeck Wien.JPG (33.85 KB, 143 downloads)

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I knew I shouldn't have sold you that 2nd luft, never seen another, nice daggers John

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Very nice John!

Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks, Paul .

Gary, you did a good thing. Look at the result of you passing this on.

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Is the bayonet stamped DURBEGK ?

That is one heck of a selection of items. Makes you wonder what other organizations edged weapons passed through the warehouse.

Thanks for sharing, --dj--Joe


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The daggers are etched Durbeck, the bayonet seems stamped to me.

Other possible edged weapons would be Navy and etched bayos?

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Hello, here is my HOELLER army I once did own. DUERBECK obviously had a contact with EICKHORN and HOELLER. Interestingly our late Ford Crews fund out that it has a tapered tang(!) although manufactured (surplus blades at HOELLER?) after march ´38 and a special treat to the eagle´s head you can find an no other HOELLER army.

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And here is the DUERBECK firm in the 70ies like it was during war. In the meanwhile the shop has fundamentally changed...
Regards,

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Interesting, Woman. Especially the distributor mark variation.

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I meant Wotan....damn autocorrect.

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