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Welcome! Johnson Reference Books & Militaria boasts the largest online catalogue of German dress daggers, German swords, German bayonets, and other German militaria offered worldwide. We have over 2,100 items of original German Imperial and Third Reich edged weapons, parts and accouterments, as well as out-of-print and current militaria reference books.

Our 47+ years of service has given us an unprecedented advantage in the German militaria market.

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Our Newest : FRIDAY UPDATE

Item of the Week : 05/17/19


We are excited to announce our newest venture: eBay! Each week we will feature new auction items, to include non-German edged weaponry, Imperial items, parts, and accouterments. And best of all, Johnson Reference Books is now accepting PayPal!

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Please scroll all the way down! Also, be sure to check both the JRB&M website and the Weinand Militaria website weekly for items from this very fine collection from New Jersey. Pictured below is Michael Galati’s collection, one of a number of collections purchased by Tom and Ron in 2018!


The following photograph was provided to us by fellow collector Jerry Shores and visibly illustrates the value of JRB&M original Solingen parts for a dagger repair. Please note the near MINT condition of Jerry’s 1st Model Luftwaffe after ordering and replacing one of our original 1st Model Luftwaffe leather covered scabbard shells. The switching of scabbard shells was accomplished by collector Shores at home. Consider for a moment the value of this original dagger “before and after” the exchange of the scabbard shells! Please click the photo below to be directed to our parts section.


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Admiral Edward “Sonny” Masso U.S. Navy (Ret) makes a return visit to JRB&M.

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New reference book available! Click the photo below to be directed to the listing. Click on the link below for more information:

Everything You Need to Know: Interview with Jan-Peter Brüning, author of the book Luftwaffe Gravity Knife: Weapon, Tool, Tradition – WW2Wrecks.com


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