ACCOUMISC #34453 Imperial Court Degen Sword Bag
It is not very wide measuring about 4 inches and it was just to accommodate a thin court sword.
It shows some minor age throughout but has no holes and still would make for a very nice background display of a choice Bavarian or Prussian court sword.
ACCOUMISC #45182C Carl Julius Krebs String Issue Tie
The tag is of oval construction made of foil. Both sides are the same on the foil being blue with silver detail. The name and location of the firm are around the inner edge "Carl Julius Krebs Solingen" and inside is a well detailed crown with cross at the top over the letter K. Beneath this is the starting date of this company "Seit 1866". The original brown string is still within the foil tag.
A great accoutrement here if you could use it.
ACCOUMISC #28516C Unidentifeed Black Leather Sword Sling
Attached at the top of the sling is a black belt loop. The included "D" ring is constructed of brass.
The sling has the usual edge trim lines and is fitted with a brass buckle. This buckle retains a sewn on strap of leather with a buckle and a snap clip marked "DRGM".
Because the hardware is brass and not nickel I believe this sling would have been used for a sword other than a Police or SS example. It remains in very nice condition and would be a great addition to your sword.
Excellent Plus. $195.00
ACCOUMISC #42500C Rare Three Piece Rigging with Copper Plated Mounts
This is the first time that I can remember seeing a rig like this that definitely could have been used with a SA Marine Dagger having copper plated mounts. The three piece hanger has all standard fittings and leather which is all in good supple condition. The retainer strap around the short hanger is missing however.
The buckle still has about 50% of the original copper plating and the snap clip has more like about 90% of the plating. It is a nickel clip which is marked on the back "A" and "DRGM". The "D" ring on the belt loop is also copper plated with most of the copper remaining on the edges of the ring and wear to the plating where the mounts hang from it.
I have seen original copper plated daggers in the past that must have been attributable to the SA Marine. If there is someone out there who has one of these what a tremendous addition this would make to that dagger. This has to be one of the rarest accoutrements I've seen.
Excellent Plus. $695.00
ACCOUMISC #35353 Unidentified Black Leather Hanger
The hanger is composed of fine black leather, which is nicely made, and has two, standard SA style, snap clips installed at the lower section.
The snap clips are leather retained, which is further held by rivets.
The reverse of the hanger is a fine tan color.
I do not know the purpose of this hanger. It is possible that it is some type of an equipment device, but I do not know. If you do know what this hanger is, it could be a great addition to your collection of field gear, or whatever.
Excellent Plus, Plus. $250.00
ACCOUMISC #38326C Unissued Leather Sword Hanger
At the top there is a “D” ring to which is connected and chain and regain hook. The straps is holed in several areas for adjustment purposes.
At the bottom area is a rectangular nickel-plated buckle and a leather strap with a snap clip. This nickel-plated clip is marked “DRGM” on the reverse, along with what is presumably a patent number.
If you have a mint Army Sword this rarely seen accouterment would make a very fine addition.
ACCOUMISC #39625C Unidentifed White Leather Parade Sword Sling
The leather shows quite a bit of age and cracking, but it still sound and would still be fine to display with the proper sword. It is about 12 ½ inches long, with a brass buckle, snap, and “D” ring. There is a regain chain and hook attached to the “D” ring.
Accompanying the sling is a brown leather belt loop with a “dog leash” clip.
A difficult to find accoutrement here, and perfect for an early Army or Navy sword.
ACCOUMISC #42983 Carl Jul Krebs Control Tag
The tag reads "Kronenkrebs Solingen" and depicts a stylized, cross-topped crown set atop the letter "K".
The string on this control tag is blue and remains sound, with no fraying or dry rot.
A very nice item here if you happen to have a mint Krebs dagger.
ACCOUMISC #41037 WKC Sword Control Tag
The back is glued like a postage stamp; presumably it was pasted to the paper wrapper on a new sword.
In the center of the diamond is the red Knight's Head trademark of WKC. Below this is "Nr" and a space to fill in the model number. Further down is a space to fill in the "Ganze Lange", or "Full Length.
The firm's name and location is visible in the red border of the tag.
An interesting item here, and the first of the type I've seen.
Near Mint. $95.00
ACCOUMISC #41034 Wool SS/Police Degen Storage Bag
It measures 36 inches long so it will accommodate only a rather small degen.
The bag has a good working zipper and the leather chape remains in excellent condition.
A perfect opportunity to dress up you degen here, as well as preserve it in a period bag.
Good Plus. $495.00
ACCOUMISC #39589C SS Utility Belt Hook
The leather used to construct this piece is in choice, pristine condition. It is a fine shade of light brown, and is stamped “S” on one side and “SS 48/35 RZM” on the other.
The original black paint still covers the hook, with no signs of wear.
An interesting SS marked accouterment here.
Near Mint. $575.00
ACCOUMISC #39037C SS/Police Sword Sling
The leather has some cracking but is generally sound and supple.
The sling strap consists of a belt loop with a “D” ring at the top. The strap itself has a rectangular, nickel-plated buckle at the lower end, backed up with a separate leather strap with a black sword snap clip.
These sword slings are very difficult to come by and would do much to dress up an SS or Police degen.
ACCOUMISC #37921C Special Black Hanger for Police Clamshell Bayonet
At the top of the hanger it is folded over with adjustable button holes and a boss. The upper hanging assembly consists of a nickel-plated “D” ring. There is a leather strap sewn to the lower portion of the hanger which enclosed a specially made oval ring which would fit under the clamshell.
The reverse of the hanger is a lighter brown color.
This is an extremely rare accoutrement and perfect for those of you who might collect clamshell variants.
Near Mint. $395.00
ACCOUMISC #34453 Imperial Court Degen Gray Wool Bag
I bought the bag from a collector that did not want to keep it with his sword.
The bag is 46 inches in length and is fairly narrow so that it can not really be used for anything other than a court sword as the hilt configuration is fairly small on this type of degen.
The bag is of all gray color wool showing minor age and usage throughout the surfaces but has no holes and the stitching is all in good condition.
A very fine Imperial accoutrement here.