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SOLD SOLD (17/11) RARE, Original WW2, 2nd Pattern, British Officer's, Nickel Plated, Fairbairn Sykes FS Fighting Knife With WD ‘Arrow 56’ Mark & WD ‘56’ Marked Scabbard. Sn 12051 - 12051
2nd Pattern 'FS' Fighting Knives were introduced in 1941. This is a rare example of the WW2, 2nd Pattern, Officer's fighting knife. It has a knurled nickel plated handle and cross guard. The cross guard is stamped with WD ‘Arrow 56’ mark (see pages 55 and 58 and plate 122 of British & Commonwealth Military knives By Flook). The dagger is complete with original scabbard with nickel plated chape. The scabbard has had its 4 sew on tabs removed and its single elastic retaining strap is absent. Unusually the scabbard is also impressed with WD arrow and ‘56’, a combination which has not been seen before by Flook (illustrated inset in image 2). All leather and stitching are intact. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12051
£0.00

RARE, C1895 Original Imperial German Naval (Kaiserliche Marine) Officer’s Dirk By Herder Solingen With Polished Buffalo Horn Handle, Brass Eagle’s Head Pommel & Scabbard. ED 264 - ED 264
The Imperial German Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) was created at the time of the formation of the German Empire. It existed between 1871 and 1919, growing out of the small Prussian Navy, which primarily had the mission of coastal defence. Kaiser Wilhelm II greatly expanded the Navy, and enlarged its mission. The key leader was Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz (1849–1930), whose leadership resulted in a Naval arms race with Britain as the German Navy grew to become one of the greatest maritime forces in the world, second only to the Royal Navy. This original Imperial German Naval Dirk has a 10” single edged slightly curved un-fullered blade which is undamaged and has just light areas of natural aged staining. The blade is marked on one side with the Solingen manufacturer’s name ‘F. Herder’ and Trademark which was in use in 1895. The reverse is stamped with number ‘5356B’. The dirk measures 14 ¼” overall with a lovely polished Buffalo horn handle, brass re-curving cross guard with Lion’s head finials, brass ferrule and large brass Eagle’s head pommel. It is complete with original black leather scabbard which has a brass chape with ball end and brass throat mount with decorative frog bar. All leather and stitching of the scabbard are intact. ED 264
£795.00

MASSIVE, Fred James Sheffield Hand Made 'Death To Abolition' Spear Point Bowie Knife With Etched Blade, Polished Stag Horn Grip, Eagle’s Head Pommel & Scabbard. Sn 12017 - 12017
Before his death in 1986 Fred James was one of Sheffield's best known Bowie Knife makers. He began his career in 1935 at Johnson's Portobello Works & continued work at Wostenholm's Washington Works in 1956. In 1971 when the companies of Wostenholm and Rodgers merged, James began his own knife making business (see pages 214-215 of The Sheffield Knife Book By Tweedale). This is an original hand made Fred James 'Death To Abolition' Bowie. The knife has a polished Stag horn grip & brass Eagle’s head pommel and cross guard with German Silver ferrule. The massive 10 ½” spear point blade has a tooled back edge and is etched on one side with American Eagle & scroll work together with 'Death To Abolition'. The ricasso is stamped "F.W James Sheffield". The blade has some staining and light areas of pitting. The Bowie is 16 ½” overall length. The Bowie is complete with brown leather scabbard. The scabbard has an integral belt hanging loop and retaining strap with eyelet which fastens to a brass stud on the scabbard’s body. The price for this impressive Fred James Bowie with sheath includes UK delivery. Sn 12017
£395.00

WW1 Era British Officer’s Private Purchase Sheffield Made Trench Fighting Knife Retailed By Cogswell & Harrison London With Polished Buffalo Horn Handle & Leather Scabbard. Sn 12000 - 12000
Cogswell & Harrison were established in May 1770 and is London’s oldest surviving gun maker. The company has manufactured an exceptionally diverse range of sporting shotguns and rifles during its long and colourful history. In 2008 the company was purchased by the Brennan family, the proprietors of Ardee Sports Company. This is an excellent quality 11 ½” long, WW1 era English made British Officer’s private purchase trench fighting knife & Scabbard made in Sheffield & retailed by Cogswell & Harrison. It has a lovely undamaged handle made from polished Buffalo horn. It has a German silver finger guard plate and a 7” single edged steel blade, marked crisply ‘Cogswell & Harrison Ltd’. Near to the hilt the blade is also marked ‘Sheffield’ below an unreadable manufacturer mark. It has a rounded alloy pommel. Its original brown leather open top scabbard has a single belt loop to the rear. All leather & stitching of the scabbard are intact. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12000
£375.00

Victorian Khyber Pass/ North West Frontier Afghan Armour Piercing Knife With Quatrefoil Blade, Antique Ivory Grip & Scabbard. Sn 11993 - 11993
This is an excellent original Knife used by Afghan tribesmen in the Victorian North West Frontier campaign era. It has a heavy 6" quatrefoil armour piercing blade (11 ¼” overall). It has an excellent undamaged contoured antique ivory grip with ornate ferrule at the hilt. The knife is complete with brass mounted leather hide covered wood scabbard. The mounts are hand tooled with geometric lines. Price for this great historic piece from the British North West Frontier campaigns includes UK delivery. Sn 11993
£395.00

Fred James Sheffield Hand Made 'I*XL Canadian Hunting Knife' Bowie With Etched Blade, Ivorine Grips With Mother Of Pearl Inlays & Sheath. Sn 11960 - 11960
Before his death in 1986 Fred James was one of Sheffield's best known Bowie Knife makers. He began his career in 1935 at Johnson's Portobello Works & continued work at Wostenholm's Washington Works in 1956. In 1971 when the companies of Wostenholm and Rodgers merged, James began his own knife making business (see pages 214-215 of The Sheffield Knife Book By Tweedale). This handmade Fred James 'Canadian Hunting Knife' is in excellent condition. The knife has Ivorine scales with Mother of Pearl roundel inlays and brass cross guard with clipped edge decoration. The deep swept 6” Bowie blade has a tooled back edge and is etched on one side with banner containing wording ‘The Real I*XL Knife’ above bold lettering ‘Canadian Hunting Knife'. The ricasso is stamped "F.W James Sheffield". The Bowie is 10 ½” overall length. The Bowie is complete with a black leather sheath which has tooled decoration to the front. The sheath has an integral belt hanging loop and retaining strap with press stud fastener. The price for this impressive Fred James Bowie with sheath includes UK delivery. Sn 11960
£395.00

Fred James Sheffield Hand Made 'The Americans Pride' Bowie Knife With Etched Blade, Ivorine Grips With Mother Of Pearl Inlays & Sheath. Sn 11959 - 11959
Before his death in 1986 Fred James was one of Sheffield's best known Bowie Knife makers. He began his career in 1935 at Johnson's Portobello Works & continued work at Wostenholm's Washington Works in 1956. In 1971 when the companies of Wostenholm and Rodgers merged, James began his own knife making business (see pages 214-215 of The Sheffield Knife Book By Tweedale). This handmade Fred James 'The Americans Pride' Bowie Knife is in excellent condition. The knife has Ivorine scales with Mother of Pearl roundel inlays and brass cross guard. The deep swept 5 ¾” Bowie blade has a scalloped back edge and is etched on one side with American Eagle & scroll work together with "The Americans Pride U*S Equal Rights Equal Laws And Justice". The ricasso is stamped "F.W James Sheffield". The Bowie is 10 ¼” overall length. The Bowie is complete with a black leather sheath which has tooled decoration to the front. The sheath has an integral belt hanging loop and retaining strap with press stud fastener. The price for this impressive Fred James Bowie with sheath includes UK delivery. Sn 11959
£395.00

MATCHING NUMBERS, Argentina Model 1909 Sidearm By Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie Solingen Germany, Scabbard & Leather Frog. Sn 11853 - 11853
This is an M1909 Sidearm/ knife with a 14 ¾” blade. It was made by the German manufacturer Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie Solingen for Argentina. The blade is marked with the german manufacturer’s name on one side and with the crest of Argentina ion the reverse together with M1909 model designation. The cross guard carries the number ‘BO5O4O’ and the pommel is marked ‘RA’ within a circle denoting ‘Republica Argentino’. The grips are wood held by 2 rivets. The scabbard is steel and has matching number ‘BO5O4O’. It is contained in its correct brown leather frog which is stamped to the rear with the manufacturer’s mark which appears to be ‘Portal’ over ‘Alida’ & ‘Ind Arg’. There is also the crest of Argentina . This is an impressive quality made sidearm in excellent condition with matching numbers and correct frog. Apparently some of these weapons were seen being worn by Argentine soldiers during the Falklands conflict. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11853
£345.00

Boer War Era British Cavalry Horseman's Folding Knife By Harrods Ltd Brompton Road (The famous Knightsbridge London Store founded In 1834) With Removable Rein Studs & German Silver Scales. Sn 11647 - 11647
This is an original British made Cavalry Horseman's Folding Knife. It has a large blade (3 ½”), 2 smaller blades one with thumb spur, the other has had the tip snapped off at some in its life , hoof pick, button hook, corkscrew, fluted section blade & file. It also has its two rein repairing bolts fitted to the side. Some of the blades are stamped ‘Harrods Ltd Brompton Road’ (The famous Knightsbridge London Store founded in 1834). It has German Silver scales, screwdriver end and lanyard ring. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11647
£345.00

MINT Boxed & Cased Limited Edition No.75 of 2,500 Commemorative 2nd Pattern FS Fighting Knife 'The Battle Of The Rhineland' By Wilkinson Sword From The Sterling Silver WW2 Victory Collection By The American Historical Foundation. ED 251 - ED 251
This superb Sterling Silver 2nd pattern FS Commando dagger was issued by The American Historical Foundation to as part of their 'WW2 Victory Collection' to commemorate the WW2 Battle Of The Rhineland. Only 2,500 daggers were produced for the Edition. The full size dagger is 11 3/4" overall length and is in pristine condition. It has a beautiful blade etched on one side with the Wilkinson Sword London name & crossed swords legend together with a depiction of the Remagen Bridge over the River Rhine. The ricasso is stamped with the weapons Edition number '75'. The reverse is etched 'In Honor Of The Battle Of The Rhineland’ with battle honour roll within scrolling panels. The knurled handle and plain cross guard retain all of their original finish. The dagger is contained in its original wooden case covered with grey velour material. The case has a hinged lid and 2 brass clasp fasteners. The inside of the case is lined with grey velour & white silk. It is contoured to snugly fit the dagger and the silk interior has the wording 'The World War II Victory Collection, The Battle Of The Rhineland Limited Edition Issued By The American Historical Foundation, Richmond Virginia' all in Gold. Also included is the daggers' certificate of Authenticity issued by the Foundation certifying the dagger as number 75 of 2,500 Worldwide & stating that the knife is ‘Solid Sterling Silver’ together with care instructions. All are contained in their original cardboard shipping box with American Historical Foundation label. Price for this excellent commemorative piece includes UK delivery. ED 251
£875.00
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