ACCOUF&L #43729 SA Belt Loop
The attached "D" ring is in new-like condition and is retained by a rivet which remains perfect.
A fine belt loop to add to your short hanger here.
ACCOUF&L #43734C White Police Parade Frog
The white coating remains in good condition, toning to an ivory color.
The reverse is stamped with the name of the only I maker I know who made these white frogs, "A. Fischer / Berlin 2 / 1937".
These frogs were used for the police bayonet on honor or guard duty. They are quite rare and very desirable
ACCOUF&L #43609C SS Marked Dress Bayonet Frog
This bayonet frog is constructed of good black leather and remains in fairly nice condition, although the area above the hole is starting to tear so great care would be needed to install it on a scabbard.
The reverse of this frog is marked "SS", "11/41", and "RZM".
A very rarely seen SS marked frog here.
Good Plus. $350.00
ACCOUF&L #43493 Brown Luftwaffe Bayonet Frog
It is interesting to note that the reverse is marked with the Luftwaffe property code "L. B. A. (S)" and is maker marked "Kahn & Kampman 1938".
A fine addition to a stag grip Luftwaffe Bayonet here.
Excellent Plus. $95.00
ACCOUF&L #42755C Large SS / NSKK Leather Belt Loop
The hanger has a rectangular ring at the bottom, which retains good plating.
I'm not sure if this loop would have been used for a dagger; given how stout it is, it looks like it was designed for something larger and heavier.
Excellent Plus. $75.00
ACCOUF&L #42740 Lebel Bayonet Frog
The upper area is folded over to form a belt loop and secures a catch, which is actually a part of a water bottle! Below this is fine leather retainer loop with an aluminum boss. Fitted to the bottom is a massive, spring-loaded catch engraved with crosshatches.
The reverse of the frog is deeply stamped "G. Schaub Rotenburga F. 1937".
If you have a Model 1886 Lebel bayonet this piece should be a great find!
Excellent Plus. $225.00
ACCOUF&L #37914C SA/NPEA Brown Frog
There has been a notch cut out on the right side. This notch would have accommodated the eyelet and ring on a SA scabbard.
The reverse of the frog is stamped “RZM L2/44/38”. Beneath is the name of the manufacturer, “Kernstück”.
This is a great frog if you are looking for something to accompany a SA or NPEA Dagger.
Near Mint. $495.00
ACCOUF&L #37509C TeNo Hewer Frog
This TeNo Hewer Frog shows some mild age and traces of usage but it is still all here. The leather is black and has a rivet on the reverse. The rivet retains the attachment mechanism and consists of an aluminum snap clip. The clip is marked “A” on the reverse, indicating it is an Assmann piece.
The leather retainer straps which crosses the bayonet is missing the end piece which normally has a button hole; this frog is priced accordingly. The protector flap which covers the snap clip is still intact.
This is an excellent frog to install on a TeNo Hewer, and is a prime candidate for a little restoration work.