ACCOUF&L #45179C Large Brown Belt Loop
It is interesting that the original wearer turned the aluminum D ring upside down so that the flat portion is is the area which carried the wieght and the rounded portion is within the loop.
I suppose it could be turned around but it is obvious to me that the D ring has always been this way.
An interesting belt loop here.
Near Mint. $65.00
ACCOUF&L #45085 Czech Bayonet Frog
There is a retainer strap in this example which is in good condition and held tight by a brass boss.
The lug hole on the frog portion is still in good condition and should be no problem adding it to another scabbard.
ACCOUF&L #45084 Czech Bayonet Frog
It is unmarked and should easily go well over the lug of your bayonet.
A nice, basic frog here, perfect if you should have a Czech bayonet.
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
The area above the hole, however, is just beginning to tear, so great care would be needed to install it properly on a scabbard. This wear and tear could probably be repaired with a little know-how.
The reverse surface of this frog is marked "SS", "11/41", and "RZM".
A very rarely seen SS Marked Bayonet Frog here.
Good Plus. $350.00
ACCOUF&L #42755C Large SS / NSKK Leather Belt Loop
The hanger has a rectangular ring installed 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.
An interesting variant here, and a must if you collect period rigs.
Excellent Plus. $75.00
ACCOUF&L #37509C TeNo Hewer Frog
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 a high quality 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.