|Sketch dated||unknown, ca.1936|
|Year of adoption||Unadopted|
|Sources||Solingen city archive, Germany|
A pattern of a dagger by Paul Casberg for German Foresters designed for the firm Carl Eickhorn. This pattern was unadopted. The sketch features mainly oak leaves motif. An oak tree as a strongest one of the forest and a Nordic symbol of life and immortality symbolized strength, honour and longevity of the bearer of the dagger.