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FREE CONFIDENTIAL OFFERS/VALUATIONS (→ Form Right→)

The identification of items and provision of a guide valuation is our most requested service.

This service is 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@germanhelmetbuyers.com or davidmatteybuyer@gmail.com

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

In turn you will receive our assessment of market value together with an option to sell directly to German Helmet Buyers.Com. This process is fast, The resulting opinions information should prove invaluable.

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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 germanhelmetbuyers.com does not resolve disputes between dealers and on-line collectors

GDM.com
Museum Exhibit
Source  Scheme

To increase the
diversity of museums
GDM.com has formulated
an exhibit sourcing
scheme.

.If your Museum is
storing  exhibits
that are bulky,
duplicated or
simply deemed
politically unsuitable
for display 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) Consult an expert before applying

proprietary leather food to helmet liners.

2) Never  replace original liners as disturbing the

rivets will reduce the value .”Untouched” is

the best condition for any helmet to be found it.

 

4) Untouched Militaria
is more valuable
than those that
have been renovated

 

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 germanhelmetbuyers.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.

Insider’s Tips for selling a German Helmet

How The Market Works

Selling at a Traditional Auction?

This is no longer a viable option for all but the deceased, infirm or those who are happy to see 45% of an item’s value lost in buyer and sellers commission.

Selling on the internet auction site EBAY?

This is no longer an option

The sale of WW2 helmets marked with Nazi insignia is now banned from Ebay .If you list such an item you may be contacted by collectors wishing to buy it at a reduced price then the listing will be mysteriously removed.

Repeated attempts to list Third Reich memorabilia results in suspension of an Ebay account.

Selling a German Helmet to the trade.

Whether you are buying or selling a German Helmet, you will find it advantageous when negotiating with dealers to understand how things work behind the scenes. One observation of the Militaria Market, is the gulf between what the consumer expects from a dealer”, and what the German Helmet dealer believes he should provide for the consumer. These differences boil down to trust. The consumers hope they can trust the German Miitaria dealer to give Them an honest appraisal and pay a fair price. The average dealer feels it is right to pay the lowest price he can for his stock, to maximize his profit, and that it is up to the consumer to have done their homework.

by finding our website, you will be on a much better footing when negotiating with German helmet dealers.

Militaria Dealing- A Brief Overview

 

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.

WARNING!

Posting comments on collectors forums?

Nazi scandal hits human rights group

Garlasco has also written a book about Nazi-era medals

Nazi scandal hits human rights group

A Sept. 8 post on the pro-Israel blog Mere Rhetoricouted Marc Garlasco, a senior military analyst at Human Rights Watch (HRW), as an avid collector of Nazi memorabilia. The report, published by blogger Omri Ceren, accused Garlasco of being “Nazi-obsessed” and of holding “anti-Israeli biases.” HRW initially dismissed Ceren’s claims and threw its full support behind Garlasco, who has written articles critical of the Israel Defense Forces for the organization. But last Monday HRW suspended Garlasco without pay “pending an investigation.”

Garlasco is an avid collector of Third Reich articles. Mere Rhetoric quoted his zealous postings on collector sites, including, “The leather  jacket makes my blood go cold it is so COOL!” According to Ceren, Garlasco operated online under the handle “Flak 88”—a reference to the 88mm German anti-aircraft gun, or perhaps the Nazi rallying cry “Heil Hitler” (H is the eighth letter of the alphabet). Garlasco has also written a 400-plus-page book about Nazi-era medals, titled The Flak Badges of the Luftwaffe and Heer.

Garlasco insists he is being pilloried by the pro-Israel lobby, and that his interest in the far right is simply a product of his passion for wartime history. In a response on the Huffington Post, he explained that his fascination with war souvenirs was inspired by his German grandfather, who was conscripted to fight in the war. “I’m a military geek,” he wrote. “I’ve never hidden my hobby . . . precisely because it’s so obvious that the Nazis were evil.”

For HRW, the timing of the exposé could not be worse. The group has thrown its weight behind the UN-sponsored Goldstone report, which accuses both Israel and the Palestinians of committing war crimes in the Gaza strip earlier this year. Garlasco’s actions will surely lead many to question the group’s credibility: according to HRW Middle East advisory committee member Helena Cobban, “[HRW’s critics] have been given this deus ex machina gift about the discovery of Garlasco and his out-of-hours hobby.

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@germanhelmetbuyers.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:

GDB.COM

ANT & MILITARIA

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ARUNDEL

WEST SUSSEX

BN18 9AB.

ENGLAND

Antiques Dealers Sussex

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authenticity,
email any business
based in

Arundel, West
Sussex, England
and ask them about
Arundel

Antiques Market.

Best regards,

David Mattey (buyer)

 

Items Acquired
by GDB.com

German helmet buyer

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

German M35 Helmet

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

Blade
Codes

Blade codes RZM
M7/2

RZM M7/3

RZM M7/4

RZM

M7/5

RZM M7/6

RZM

M7/7

RZM M7/8

RZM M7/9.RZM

M7/10

RZM M7/11

RZM M7/12

RZM M7/13

RZM M7/14

RZM M7/15

RZM M7/16

RZM M7/17

RZM M7/18

RZM M7/19

RZM M7/20

RZM M7/21

RZM M7/22

RZM M7/23

RZM M7/24

RZM M7/25

RZM M7/25

prices for German Helmets

RZM M7/26

RZM M7/27

RZM M7/28

RZM M7/29

RZM M7/29

RZM M7/30

RZM M7/31

RZM M7/32

RZM M7/33

RZM M7/33

RZM M7/34

RZM M7/35

RZM M7/36

RZM M7/37

RZM M7/38

RZM M7/39

RZM M7/40

German helmet M40

RZM M7/41

RZM M7/42

RZM M7/43

RZM M7/44.

RZM M7/45

RZM M7/45

RZM M7/46

RZM M7/47

RZM M7/48

RZM M7/49

RZM M7/50

RZM M7/51

RZM M7/52

RZM M7/53

RZM M7/54

RZM M7/55

RZM M7/56

RZM M7/57

RZM M7/58

RZM M7/59

Militaria auctioneers

RZM M7/60

RZM M7/61

RZM M7/62

RZM M7/63

RZM M7/64

RZM M7/66

RZM M7/67

RZM M7/68

RZM M7/69

RZM M7/70

RZM M7/71

RZM M7/72

RZM M7/73

RZM M7/74

RZM M7/75

RZM M7/76

RZM M7/77

RZM M7/78

RZM M7/79

RZM M7/80

RZM M7/81

RZM M7/82

RZM M7/83

RZM M7/84

RZM M7/85

RZM M7/75

RZM M7/76

RZM7/77

RZM M7/78

Nazi Helmet specialist

M7/79

M7/80

M7/81 Karl Tiegel

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

German Helmet Buyers.

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.
Pac

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