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Victorian Era German Solingen Made Hunting Dagger Spanish Export ‘El Correo Calidad Superior’ With Ebony & Polished Horn Hilt Inlaid With Antique Ivory Studs, Blade Period Inscribed To ‘S. Lawton’, German Silver Mounts & Leather Scabbard. Sn 14623 - 14623
This is an attractive hunting dagger made in the late Victorian era with German made blade, exported for sale by a Spanish retailer. The Bowie has an ebony handle with raised edges inlaid with antique ivory studs. The hilt also has a polished horn ferrule and pommel. The cross guard with additional ferrule are German Silver. It has a sharp, 9 ¼” long single edged blade with fullers. The blade is clean and marked on one side ‘Solingen’ (Germany) above ‘El Correo Calidad Superior’ (translates to: The Superior Quality Mail). The reverse is period inscribed ‘S.Lawton’ most likely the name of the Victorian English Gentleman who owned this piece. The dagger measures 14” overall length. Its original brown leather open top scabbard has a stitched seam, German silver throat mount and German silver chape with ball end. All leather & stitching of the sheath are intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14623
£475.00

MINT, Traditional Olav Skogheim Of Geilo Norway Hunting Knife With Polished Reindeer Bone Hilt & Tooled Leather Scabbard. (ED 2223 Daggers & Swords) - ED 2223
Geilo is one of the largest cutlery centres in Norway & home to many makers. This Norwegian hunting knife by Olav Skogheim , a cutler based in Geilo, is made in the traditional Norwegian form. and is in near mint condition. It is 9 ¼” overall with a razor sharp 4 ½” steel drop point blade. The blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer ‘Skogheim Geilo’. The knife has a polished Reindeer bone handle with black fibre spacers. The handle has a Brass stud at the butt end, used to secure the knife to the retaining strap of the scabbard and brass ferrule. The knife comes with its original mint condition hand made brown leather scabbard which has tooled decoration to the front depicting a Norwegian homestead scene and Reindeer head together with ‘Norge’ (Norway). The scabbard has a retaining strap with eyelet that fits securely to the knife’s pommel stud. The scabbard also has a riveted leather belt loop. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2223
£275.00

MINT, Heller Norway Form Norwegian Utility / Skinner Knife With Norwegian ‘Tiger Stripe’ Curly Birch Hilt & Scabbard. (Sn 14584:4 Daggers & Swords) - 14584:4
Helle Fabrikker was established in the early 1930's in response to hard times and the depression. The unemployed brothers Steinar and Sigmund Helle started making farming tools and other implements in the forge of their father's farm. In 1932 they started making small sheath-knives which quickly became popular locally. Thus, the foundations of an important business in a typically Western-Norwegian rural area were laid. The Company continues to make quality hunting and utility knives in the modern era. Although there are no visible manufacturer marks on this piece, the knife is in the form of knives made by Heller and is most likely by them. This utilty knife / skinner and scabbard are in near mint condition. It is 7 ¼” overall with a razor sharp 3 ½” steel drop point blade. The knife has a solid Norwegian curly birch handle with distinctive ‘Tiger stripe ‘ pattern. The skinner comes with its original near mint condition hand made, open top, brown leather scabbard which has a stitched rear seam and integral belt loop. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14584:4
£175.00

MINT, UN-USED, Helle Norway Skinner Knife With Norwegian Curly Birch Hilt, Stainless Steel Blade & Scabbard. (Sn 14584:3 Daggers & Swords) - 14584:3
Helle Fabrikker was established in the early 1930's in response to hard times and the depression. The unemployed brothers Steinar and Sigmund Helle started making farming tools and other implements in the forge of their father's farm. In 1932 they started making small sheath-knives which quickly became popular locally. Thus, the foundations of an important business in a typically Western-Norwegian rural area were laid. The Company continues to make quality hunting and utility knives in the modern era. This Norwegian skinner and scabbard by Helle is in mint condition. It is 6 ¾” overall with a razor sharp 2 ¾” stainless steel drop point blade. The blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer ‘Helle Norway’ and ‘Stainless’. The knife has a solid Norwegian curly birch handle. The handle has a Brass stud at the butt end, used to secure the knife to the retaining strap of the scabbard. The skinner comes with its original mint condition hand made brown leather scabbard which has pierced decoration to the front. The scabbard has a retaining strap with eyelet that fits securely to the knife’s pommel stud. The scabbard also has a small leather belt strap. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14584:3
£175.00

MINT, UN-USED Cased 1980’s Norwegian Mylius Brodrene (Brothers) Tele-Kniven , bruksniv /Staskniv Hunting & Ceremonial Dress Knife With Norwegian Curly Birch Hilt, 925 Sterling Silver Mounts, Leather Scabbard With 925 Sterling Silver Mounts. - 14584:2
This is a beautiful, mint, un-used, Norwegian staskniv, or "dress knife." In Norwegian knife tradition, a "brukskniv" is a utility knife for everyday use. A "staskniv" is the dress knife for wearing to church or other formal occasions. But in the rugged Norwegian countryside, even a dress knife could see heavy use. The bolster and pommel are stamped 925 sterling, as is the silver at the tip of the leather scabbard. The handle is curly birch. The blade is laminated with an outer rust-free lining over an inner core of carbon steel. The rust-free outer lining makes it easy to keep clean. This knife has never been used. It is still in its original presentation box. The leather sheath, presentation box, and original paper insert are included. The polished blade is 4 ½” long. Total length including handle with lanyard ring is 9 ½”. The ring is fitted with leather lace lanyard. A rough English translation of the paper insert is as follows: ‘Tele knife is an innovation throughout. Blade design is based on the best in the country's long knife traditions. In collaboration with designer John Gulbrandsrod we have developed not only a sovereign gift, but also a solid and user friendly tool. Emphasis is placed on a meaty appearance with good harmony and alignment as a knife should be. The steel is in stainless steel with innsmidd carbon steel making the blade easy to clean & suitable for many purposes. The shaft is in curly birch, stained and impregnated. In the shape of the shaft is devoted much work to bring up a shaft that govern well in hand, and that fills your hand. Silver fittings are in 925/1000 silver and decorated with the familiar Tele Silver pattern. The sheath is in solid vegetable tanned leather’. The dagger’s blade is marked by the manufacturer (illustrated). The dagger is contained in its original box with hinged lid covered in black leatherette material. The exterior of the lid is signed ‘Tele-Kniven’. The case has clasp fasteners. The inside of the case is lined in red & white material & is contoured to snugly fit the dagger and scabbard. The inside of the lid is signed ‘Tele-Kniven’. The price for this mint boxed Norwegian piece includes UK delivery. Sn 14584:2
£395.00

Original British WW1 Medieval Halberd Pole Arm Head Form Improvised Trench Fighting Axe / War Hammer. (ED 2217 Edged Weapons & Swords) - ED 2217
During WW1 Military Units on both sides improvised their own trench warfare weapons which they saw as being of more use than issued weapons, when fighting hand to hand. This excellent unusual improvised British trench fighting axe in the form of a medieval halberd head (A halberd also called halbard, halbert or Swiss voulge is a two-handed pole weapon that came to prominent use during the 14th and 15th centuries). This is not a decorative replica of a Medieval halberd axe head but was definitely made for use in close quarter battle. Usually a halberd would have be attached to a long pole but the full tang hilt of ours has WW1 period composite scales secured by copper rivets to allow use in confined spaces. The axe made of 6mm thick steel, measures 7 ½” from the broadest part of the cutting edge to the pointed end of the armour / helmet piercing pointed hammer head. The sharpened cutting edge of the axe head measures 5 ¾” from tip to tip and the underside of the blade has a notch most likely used to rip open the armour of a fallen enemy (similar to how a can opener operates). The overall length of the axe is 11 ½”. The axe weighs a hefty 2lbs 1oz. The price for this hard to find reminder of the brutal nature of trench warfare includes UK delivery. ED 2217
£495.00

FS COMMANDO DAGGER CONNECTIONS Victorian Era Marshall Glasgow Scotland Bowie Knife With Stag Horn Scales & Original Leather Sheath. (Sn 14522 Daggers & Swords) - 14522
A nice Victorian era Scottish Bowie & Scabbard. It has lovely stag horn scales secured by brass pins & German Silver cross guard. It has an 8” single edged, steel bowie blade, marked ‘Marshall Glasgow’ (most likely J&I Marshall, Glasgow, Scotland, a firm of Cutlers dating back to 1888 who went on to make FS commando fighting knives bearing their name during WW2. FS knives bearing Marshall’s name are extremely rare and sought after). The bowie measures 12 ¼” overall length. Its original brown leather sheath has an integral belt loop and stitched seam. The leather of the sheath is intact but has surface scuffs consistent with age and use. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14522
£575.00

RARE MAKER, WW2 U.S. Navy MK 2 Fighting Knife By PAL (PAL Blade & Tool Company Plattsburg New York) & USN Leather Scabbard. (Sn 14588:7 Daggers & Swords) - 14588:7
This is an original WW2 U.S. Navy MK 2 Fighting Knife made the uncommon to find maker PAL in its original scabbard. The grip is constructed of the correct compressed laminated leather washers and red spacers at the cross guard and pommel (see Silvey & Boyd’s book U.S. Military Knives Collector’s Guide, page 82 No 75 for illustration and page 91 No 177 for description where this type of knife by PAL is described as ‘uncommon’ ). It has a steel cross guard and a 6 ¾” parkerised bowie blade with fullers. The blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer ‘PAL’ on one side and ‘U.S Navy’ on the reverse. It is complete with its original leather scabbard with belt loop and retaining strap with brass press stud fastener. The scabbard is fitted with coiled thigh cord. The front of the scabbard is impressed ‘USN’. All markings are illustrated. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14588:7
£375.00

RARE, WW2 U.S. M3 Fighting Knife By Utica & Correct WW2 1943 M6 Leather Scabbard By SBL CO. (Sn 14588:5 Daggers & Swords) - 14588:5
The M3 Trench Fighting Knife was introduced in 1943 (see pages 100 & 106 of US Military Knives Book III By Cole and Silvey & Boyd’s U.S. Military Knives Collector’s Guide page 111 No. 211). M3 knives were produced by a number of American Manufacturers including Utica. M6 Leather scabbards were produced in 1943 for the M3 Trench daggers. These leather scabbards were only made in small numbers before introduction of the M8 scabbard. This is an excellent original WW2 American M3 Fighting knife. It has steel cross guard and the steel pommel is stamped with the Frankford arsenal ‘ignited grenade’ mark. The handle has the correct compressed leather washer construction. Its 6 ¾” long parkerised blade is undamaged. The blade is stamped 'US M3 Utica’. The knife is complete with its original rare brown leather M6 Scabbard. The scabbard is undamaged and all of its rivets & stitching are intact. It has a single belt loop & retaining strap with press stud fastener. The throat has the correct row of 8 reinforcing steel ‘laces’. The lower section of the scabbard has the correct riveted steel plates to the front and back. The bottom of the scabbard is holed for thigh cord with reinforcing ring and has its original coiled leather lace thigh cord. The front of the scabbard is impressed by the manufacturer ' SBL CO’ and 'US M6’ together with 1943 date. The price for this rare U.S. M3 Fighting Knife with M6 scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 14588:5
£625.00

SOLD SOLD WW2 U.S. Collins & Co Legitimus No.18 V-44 Combat / Survival Bowie Knife & Scabbard. (Sn 14588:4 Daggers & Swords) - 14588:4
An original WW2 United States V-44 Combat and Survival Bowie knife by Collins & Co (see page 136 of Cole’s book U.S. Military Knives Book III & page 139 number 231 of ‘United States Military Knives Collectors Guide’ by Silvey & Boyd where a Collins & Co example is described as rare). Officially a survival knife the U.S. Marine Corps used them as a fighting knife against the Japanese. It is a large knife measuring 14” in length and with a black synthetic slab sided handle secured by 5 rivets. It has a brass cross guard. The Bowie type blade is 9 ¼” length with drop point and twin fullers. The blade is marked with partially visible manufacturer’s mark ‘Collins & Co, Crown & hammer trademark, Legitimus Made In USA No.18’ . It is accompanied by its brown leather scabbard with rear riveted belt loop. The scabbard has tooled decoration and to the front is embossed with Collins & Co name and trademarks (all illustrated). All leather and stitching of the scabbard are intact. The price for this rare Combat / Survival knife includes UK delivery. Sn 14588:4
£0.00
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