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SOLD SOLD (04/09) Victorian Austrian Hans Bayer Of Graz Bowie Form Hunting Knife With Stag Horn Scales & Leather Scabbard With Steel Chape. Sn 16623:2 - 16623:2
This is an excellent Austrian Bowie form hunting Knife made sometime in the Victorian era. It has a heavy 9” long steel Bowie shaped blade which has just small areas of staining consistent with age. The knife measures 13 ¾” overall. One side of the blade is crisply marked by the maker or retailer ‘Hans Bayer Graz (Austria)’. It has a steel cross guard with scalloped edges and attractive, undamaged, Stag horn scales secured by rows of brass rivets. The Bowie has its original brown leather scabbard. The rear of the scabbard has a stitched seam. The scabbard has a steel chape. All stitching & leather of the scabbard are intact. The price for this excellent Austrian hunting knife & scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 16623:2
£0.00

C1836-1901 Victorian English Thomas & William Lund Fleet Street London Bowie Knife With Stag Horn Handle, German Silver Fittings With Stylised Monogram & Leather Scabbard With Hilt Retaining Clip. Sn 16623:1 - 16623:1
Established in 1796, by 1820 Thomas Lund is listed as cutler & writing desk maker at 56 & 57 Cornhill London. A William Lund appears C1836 listed as a fine cutlery maker at 24 Fleet Street, London. Apparently by 1852 these 2 businesses had been amalgamated under the name William Lund. When William died in 1872 the firm passed to Charles Lund with addresses at 57 Cornhill & 23 & 24 Fleet Street. By 1901 the Fleet Street property was no longer in use. The company continued working through to 1920 under various names and subsequently traded as jewellers C1937 to 1964 at 54 Old Broad Street London (see pages 103 to 105 of the London Knife Book by Flook). This is an excellent Bowie Knife made by Lund at their Fleet Street address. It has a 7” long steel Bowie blade which has just small areas of staining consistent with age. The knife measures 11 ¾” overall. One side of the blade is crisply marked ‘Lund Fleet St London’. It has a steel cross guard and attractive, undamaged, curved Stag horn handle with German Silver pommel cap inscribed with stylised monogram. The Bowie has its original brown leather scabbard. The rear of the scabbard has a stitched seam. The throat has a German Silver mount with frog stud and retaining clip which fastens over the cross guard of the Bowie and holds it firmly in the scabbard when sheathed. The retaing bar is crisply marked ‘Lund Fleet St London’. The scabbard also has a German Silver Chape. All stitching & leather of the scabbard are intact. The price for this excellent well marked Victorian Bowie & scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 16623:1
£695.00

Pegley-Davis Anglers Folding Knife With German Silver Scales & Hook Size Guide. ED 2465 - ED 2465
Pegley and Davies made and sold quality fishing equipment and accessories including folding pocket knives in the 1930’s. This is an original pegley Davies fisherman’s folding pocket knife. The knife has a 2 ½” blade, pronged blade with a file, corkscrew, scissors, screwdriver/bottle opener and a curved hook tool. The blade is stamped STAINLESS FOREIGN. The knife has German silver scales with a lanyard ring. One scale is crisply marked PEGLEY-DAVIES ANGLERS’ KNIFE and incorporates a calibrated rule measure 0 – 2 ½” . The other scale has a fish hook scale depicting hook sizes No8 to No16. Th blades and tools are undamaged and have staining consistent with age. The price includes U.K delivery. ED 2465
£170.00

Burton McCall Folding Pocket Knife. ED 2464 - ED 2464
This is a handmade knife for Burton McCall made by Seki on Japan. The blade carries the SILVER MOOSE trademark over CUSTOM CRAFT SEKI JAPAN. The ricasso carries BURTON McCALL on one side and Stainless hand made on the other the grips are made of imitation stag horn held by 3 pins. There is a leather wrist strap through the pommel. The knife measures 4 ¼” closed and 7 ¾” opened. This is a nice chunky handmade quality folding knife. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2464
£145.00

**SOLD**SOLD**19/9**2 Blade Folding Knife By Wolstenholme Of Sheffield. ED 2463 - ED 2463
This is a nice 2 bladed folding pocket knife by Wolstenholme of Sheffield. The main blade carries I.XL schrade over WOLSTENHOLM and SHEFFIELD ENGLAND. The bolsters are of nickel steel and the grips are made of stag horn held by 3 pins. The knife dates from the late 1970s when Wolstenholme had merged with the Imperial Knife Company of America. The knife retains all the quality of earlier Wolstenholme knives. The knife measures 6 1/8 “ open and 3 5/8” closed. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2463
£0.00

Victorian 2 Bladed Folding Knife By Taylor Of Sheffield. ED 2462 - ED 2462
This is a 2 bladed folding knife by Taylor of Sheffield The main blade is marked REAL KNIFE and their trademark of an eye over WITNESS and both blades are stamped TAYLOR SHEFFIELD .This was one of the trading names of Needham, Veall and Tyzack Limited who operated from the Eye Witness Works, Milton Street, Sheffield. The grips are gouged bone held by 4 rivets. The knife measures 4 5/8” closed and 8 1/4” opened. The blades have just staining consistent with age. Each of the grips have one fine stress crack each due to age but are both secure. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2462
£175.00

SOLD SOLD (28/08) Victorian Royal Navy Deck Knife By Michael Hunter and Son. ED 2461 - ED 2461
This is a Royal Navy deck knife made by Michael Hunter and Son of Sheldon Row and later 55 Andrew Street., Sheffield. Hunters were later absorbed by Needham, Veall and Tyzackk sometime before 1911. The single broad blade is marked to the ricasso with HUNTER SHEFFIELD. The knife grips are made of stag horn or bone and is fitted with a copper lanyard ring. The blades have just staining consistent with age. The grips are secured by pins and both scales are perfectly secure. Closed the knife measures 5 ¼” in length. The knife open measures 9 overall. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2461
£0.00

Vintage Fishermans Pocket Knife By Taylors Witness Of Sheffield. ED 2460 - ED 2460
This is a top quality 5 function anglers knife with a blade, disgorger and file, pricker, scissors and a screwdriver tip and was made by Taylors of Sheffield and caries their name and trademark on the blade, disgorger and casing together with THE FISHERMANDS KINFE together with a picture of a fish on the casing. The other side of the casing carries a fish hook guide from 000 to 4 and a 3” ruler. The knife is complete with its original lanyard ring.0 This is a nice knife from the 1920s or 1930s with no damage. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2460
£225.00

Victorian 5 Function Horsemans Knife By Harrison Bros & Howson Of Sheffield. ED 2459 - ED 2459
This is a good quality stag handled 5 Function Horsemans Knife by Harrison Bros& Howson of Sheffield of 45 Norfolk Street and carries the HARRISON BROS AND HOWSON monogram on one of the blades. The firm came into existence in1847 and thrived during the Victorian period but went into decline after WW1 and was sold to Viners in 1959. Harrisons were considered to be one of the top 6 Sheffield cutlery makers and in 1911 were employing around 600 workers. The knife carries a blank silver cartouche to one grip and has wear and tear commensurate with its age. Each of the grips have one fine stress crack each due to age but are both secure. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2459
£225.00

Victorian 5 Function Horsemans Knife By William Whiteley Of Sheffield. ED 2458 - ED 2458
This is a good quality stag handled 5 Function Horsemans Knife by William Whiteley Of Sheffield of 29 Rockingham Street and carries W. WHITELEY and his trademark of 332 on one of the blades. Whitleys was founded in 1760 and is still going strong as the last industrial scissor makers in the U.K. and the oldest scissor smiths in the western world. During the Victorian period, they also made pocket knives but only in small quantities making this a rare item. This knife is complete with its lanyard ring and has wear and tear commensurate with its age. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2458
£275.00
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