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WW2 American Cattaraugus Commando Fighting Knife P225G & Scabbard Sn 8424:27 - 8424:27
An Original WW2 American Cattaraugus Commando Fighting Knife Pattern 225G and Brown leather scabbard. This knife was described by Cattaraugus in their advertisements as a commando knife. It measure 10 1/2" overall with a 6" single edged polished blade. It has a leather washer grip, the butt is made up of three steel washers and has a chequered top. The blade ricasso is stamped with "Cattaraugus 225Q" The scabbard is brown leather and is folded over to form a belt loop. It has a leather retaining loop secured with a press stud. The scabbard is stitched and has 8 small rivets along the stitched line as reinforcement. The price includes Uk delivery.

German WW1 Fighting/Trench Knife, scabbard & Frog 8424:9 - 8424:9
An original German WW1 Fighting/Trench Knife, scabbard & frog. The knife has a single edge 5 3/4" blade with an overall length of 10 1/2". The grips are made of wood and have nine diagonal grooves carved into them. They are secured with three rivets. The scabbard is metal and has a leather frog which slides over the scabbard and is secured with a rivet. (see page 44-46 German Combat Knives by Christian Mery for the knife and page 81 for the scabbard) The price includes UK delivery.

German WW2 Fighting/Trench Knife & Scabbard (Shortened) 8424:5 - 8424:5
An original German WW2 Fighting/Trench Knife & Scabbard. The regulation model of the (Heer) army had a single edge blade, two smooth wooden grips secured by three rivets and they were made by 5 different manufacturers. The single edge blade has been shortened to 4 3/4" long and the overall lenght is 9" The knife is complete with a metal scabbard which has a metal sprung belt/boot clip riveted to it. (see page 75 of German Combat Knives by Christian Mery) The price includes Uk delivery. 8424:5

WW1 German Deer's Foot Trench Dagger & Scabbard. ED 2118. - ED 2118
This is an original German WW1 Trench Dagger. It has a deer's foot handle with German Silver mount at the steel crossguard. It has a clean 6" blade with medial ridge. The hilt is fitted with original leather washer. The dagger is complete with original black painted steel scabbard with integral webbing frog with small belt loop and leather retaining strap with stud fastener. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2118.

Rare, WW2, FS Cast Hilt Variation Fighting Knife And Scabbard. ED 2087. - ED 2087
This is an excellent, original, WW2 variation of the FS Fighting knife. It has a one piece casting of the cross guard and grip which has bronze colouration with light ringing on the grip. A curious feature of the construction is it's solid metal projection beneath the cross guard, formed in one piece as an extension to it and serving as the leather washer commonly fitted to FS knives. The blade which is clean is similar to the Third Pattern version but is unmarked. (Pages 102 and 103 item 523-25 of Stephens book 'Fighting Knives' show examples of these knives and described them as extremely rare). The knife is complete with original leather scabbard. The brown leather scabbard is rivetted and stitched with single belt loop. The leather and stitching is intact. The belt loop is stamped 'Made in Sheffield, England' and the initials 'W.G.C' have been Contemporaneously scratched lightly into the leather. Price for this increasingly hard to find, sought after, FS Knife & Scabbard includes UK delivery. ED 2087.

WW2 U.S.M.C. Briddell Hospital/ Medical Corps Fighting Knife Machete & Scabbard By Boyt Dated 1942. Sn 7482. - 7482
A WW2 U.S.M.C. Fighting Knife Machete & Scabbard dated 1942. These Machetes were issued to U.S. Marines & Hospital/ Medical Corps as a close quater fighting knife and cutting tool / machete, The shape of the blade being similar to the earlier Bolo knives. It has a 3" broad, 11" long heavy blade. The knife has plain wood grips held on with three rivets. The blade is stamped with "USMC Briddell". The brown leather scabbard is made of heavy leather and has a brass throat and steel belt clip on the reverse. It is crisply stamped on the leather belt loop "US Boyt 42" (Boyt manufacturer 1942). Price includes UK delivery. Sn 7482

Victorian Argentinian Large Gaucho Boot Dagger By La Movadina & Sheath. ED 2081. - ED 2081
This is an attractive Victorian boot dagger used by South American Gaucho's carried as a fighting weapon for self defence & for use while herding cattle. As is common with these knives it is ornately decorated. The dagger has a broad single edged dagger blade tapering to a sharp point. The blade measures 7 1/2" and is 12 1/2" overall. The blade is stamped ' La Movadina Industria Argentina' (Spanish: The Movadina Industry Argentina). It's white metal handle is ornately decorated with a foliate design and marked 'Industria Argentina' (Made in Argentina). The dagger is complete with decoratively tooled leather scabbard with large chape and upper mount with boot/ belt hook. Both the chape and upper mount are highly decorated with a matching foliate design. The boot hook is also stamped 'Industria Argentina'. Price includes UK delivery. ED 2081.

WW1 German Officer's Stag Handled Trench Dagger & Scabbard by Eickhorn. ( Sn 7484) - 7484
This is a scarce WW1 German officer's private purchase stag horn handle, trench dagger by Eickhorn. It is featured on page 51 of 'German Combat Knives 1914 - 1945' by Christian Mery. This is an excellent quality dagger, 10 1/2 inch overall with a 6 inch clip back blade. It has a bird's head pommel with non functioning false bayonet button and up-swept quillion cross guard. The blade has the characteristic back to back Squirrels and 'CE' which is the Eickhorn trade mark. This is a very well made and substantial trench dagger. It comes with its original metal scabbard with leather belt loop and retaining strap. The press stud is original and functioning. Both the dagger and scabbard retain some of the original black enamel finish and it has not been messed with at all. This is a scarce, original officer's quality trench dagger. The price includes UK delivery. ( Sn 7484 )

WW1 Model 1917 Austrian Fighting knife By George Roth. ED 2035 - ED 2035
This is an excellent, original, WW1 Model 1917 Austrian Fighting knife By George Roth. It has a broad, clean 8 " single edged blade (12 1/2" overall) and undamaged slab wood grips. One grip has 2 grooves to assist grip. The knife has a straight cross guard and the ricasso of the blade is crisply stamped with the makers monogram (illustrated). It is complete with steel scabbard with original black paint finish. The scabbard is undented and at the rear has it's rivetted 2 bar fixing for strap/ belt attachment. Price for this WW1 fighting knife complete with scabbard includes UK delivery. ED 2035

The Sheffield Knife Book, A History & Collector's Guide By Geoffrey Tweedle. Sn 9485:1 - 13014
This hard back book published in 1996 by Sheffield's Hallamshire Press is in excellent clean undamaged condition. It covers the history of Sheffield knife making throughout the ages including all patterns and styles of knives made in Sheffield and associated manufacturer's and their marks, Sheffield manufacturer's connections with America and the industry throughout both World Wars and to date. It also contains notes on interesting places to visit connected to the knife making industry in the Sheffield area. The book measures 19.5x 26.5x 2.5 cms. It contains 320 pages which are fully illustrated with colour plates and black and white drawings. This Book is a must for any serious knife collector/ enthusiast. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9485:1
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