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Soviet Swords, Daggers & Bayonets

Navy Officer Dagger, WW 2 type without a button, dated 1946. This beautiful and rare piece is from the last year of production of the "no-button" version. In superb condition, practically impossible to upgrade.

Navy officer dress dagger with leather-wrapped scabbard, dated 1958. In excellent condition, free of significant flaws of any kind.

М 1940 Naval Cadet Palash Cutlass, dated 1946. Early issue featuring IMZ maker mark. In very good condition.

Army Officer Dress Dagger with Scabbard, c. 1955. In excellent condition, a truly superb early-Cold War example!

Army (Land Forces) officer dress dagger, dated 1957. This is one of the last Soviet Army ZIK daggers produced before production was largely discontinued during the following year. Extremely attractive piece with medium-toned grip, in excellent condition.

Air Force Officer Dress Dagger, dated 1955. In very good to excellent condition. By far the hardest to find of the three types of daggers for the branches of the Soviet military.

Cavalry Shashka sword, dated 1945. Issued to officers and enlisted men alike, this is the so-called "Victory Parade" model (even though it could well have served its owner in the battle for Berlin or the summer 1945 blitzkrieg against Japan). A superb example with perfectly preserved blade and very little wear to the lacquer of the scabbard. Comes complete with a 1942-dated harness and leather tassel.

M 1898/30 Mosin-Nagant socket bayonet with retaining mechanism, late 1930s - 1945 issue. Shows an arsenal mark. In unissued condition, retains well over 90% of its original blueing and has only a minor amount of rust on the base of the blade.

Navy Admiral or Officer full dress belt with dagger hangers, circa 1947-1948 issue. Very impressive early piece in gold brocade with black liner. Comes complete with dagger hangers, gilded hardware and belt loops. In very good to excellent condition.

Navy Admiral full dress brocade belt with dagger hangers, dated 1978. Massive gilded buckle shows the Soviet state emblem. Excellent quality and condition. Maker marked on the liner.

Navy dress belt with dagger hangers for a uniform of a Captain, 1st Class, 1960s- 80s. In gold brocade, of the same quality but narrower than an Admiral's belt, this type was allowed only for Captains 1st cl. (equiv. of Full Colonel in the Army) whereas lower ranking naval officers used belts in softer gold cloth. In excellent condition.

M 1940 Waist Belt with Hangers for Navy Officer Dagger, 1940- 1947. Early, narrower pattern, featuring so-called "kind lions" on the buckles and without the larger round buckle up front. In excellent condition. Fits up to a 42" waist. This rare and desirable WW2 model is a perfect accompaniment for a wartime-dated or a very early post-war Soviet dagger.

M 1947 Waist Belt with Hangers for Navy Officer Dagger, 1947-1955. This early post-war example with "angry lions" can be a superb addition to a late 1940s - early 50s naval dagger. In very good condition.

Navy officer full dress belt with dagger hangers, late-1940s - 1950s. In rich gold cloth with beige cloth lining. The quality is far superior to similar belts of later vintage. In outstanding condition.

Naval officer's full dress belt with dagger hangers, adjustable up to a 44" waist, 1970s-1991. Excellent, unissued condition.

M1945 Army General's Belt in gold bullion brocade for wear with the dress uniform, complete with dagger hangers, dated 1947. Extremely well-made and impressive piece, better than the general dress belt of later years. In very good condition. This can be a beautiful addition to a Soviet Army or Air Force dagger or to an M45 General's "Victory Parade" uniform.

Army (Land Forces) or Air Force General's gold bullion brocade belt for wear with the dress uniform, complete set with sword hangers, 1950s. Beautiful piece in outstanding condition.

M 1949 Leather Waist Belt with Hangers for Air Force Officer Dagger, dated 1950. This type was manufactured only until 1952, at which point it was replaced by a much cheaper to produce belt in braided brown cotton. Made in Soviet-occupied Germany as part of war reparations and shows a German maker mark. Extremely scarce piece in excellent condition, complete with all of its brass hardware.

Army / Air Force belt with dagger hangers for a full dress / parade uniform of a Full Colonel, 1960s-80s. This highly uncommon belt is in gold brocade of the same quality as Generals / Admirals belts was allowed only for full colonels, whereas lower ranking officers used belts in softer gold cloth. During much of the Cold War, Soviet Army or AF officers would use this belt with dagger attachments only for special occasions such as military parades or honor guard detail. In excellent condition.

Army / Air Force officer full dress belt with dagger hangers, dated 1982. Unusually large size, will fit up to XXXL (50") waist, adjustable to almost any smaller size. Excellent condition. This type of belt was used very sparingly after the 1958 change in uniform regulations and is much less common than the similar naval officer belt.

Cavalry sword harness in leather, dated 1939. Essential for the correct display of a shashka on a manikin.

Leather Knot for a Shashka or Officer Saber, circa 1930s-50s. Excellent condition.

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