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RH (PAL) 36 WW2 MK 2 'KA-BAR' Fighting Knife & Scabbard. Sn 7109. - 7109
This is one of the rarest of the WW II American Combat knives. The aluminium pommel variation was made by the PAL blade company. This MK 2 example has the correct marking ' RH (PAL) 36' which is Remington Hunting, 3rd Type, 6 inch blade and 'Made in USA' on the ricasso (illustrated). This is an excellent original example. It has a 6" fullered single edged blade with a smooth handle 5" handle made from compressed leathwer washers. The attractive handle is in excellent condition as is it's cross guard and rounded aluminium pommel. The knife is complete with original leather sheath with stud fastening retaining strap which functions perfectly and retaining band. Price for this excellent rare WW2 Knife includes UK delivery. Sn 7109.
325.00

WW2 U.S EGW Combat / Fighting Knife And Sheath. Sn 7107. - 7107
'EGW' U.S. Military Fighting Knives were produced in the U.S.A by E.G. Waterman during WW2. Many variations were made with both wood and leather handles. ( see page 165 of U.S. military Knives Collector's Guide By Silvey & Boyd'. This example with wood 7 grooved handle is in nice original condition. There is a single small 'stress' drying split in the wood which is otherwise perfect. It has a broad 5" single edged clean blade (10" overall) with the 'built in' bottle opener towards the top of the blade. Essential for enemy bottles of beer and coke. The ricasso is correctly stamped 'EGW KNIFE'. ( illustrated). The handle is in nice condition with steel pommel and lanyard ring. The knife is complete with original leather sheath with stud fastening retaining strap which functions perfectly and retaining band. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 7107.
245.00

Fighting Knives Book by Frederick J Stephens 2 x copies available ( Sn 7120) - 7120
Fighting Knives, An Illustrated Guide to Fighting Knives and Military Survival Weapons of the World book by Frederick J Stephens. This hardbacked book covers WW1 Conversion daggers, Allied knives of WW1, German Trench Daggers, Robbins of Dudley, Knuckle knives, The British Gravity Knife, American knives, WW2 knives, Commandos knives, Machetes and post war knives. It truly is a an invaluable guide to the fighting knife. It has over 600 illustrations. The book is in very good condition and measures 25cm x 19cm and consists of 127 pages. The second copy is not as good, the loose leaf wrapper is faded and has a slight tear on it and so is 125.00. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 7120
165.00

WW2 US Cattaraugus 225Q "Quartermaster" Knife & Scabbard - ED 937 / 5638
A good original example of a WWII United States Army 225Q "Quartermaster" Knife with & Leather Scabbard. Made by " Cattaraugus" they were used by Quartermasters to open crates and special forces because of its extreme ruggedness. Metal pommel with leather washer handle and small steel crossguard. Superb polished steel blade stamped with the makers name and its designation on the ricasso. In its original brown leather scabbard with integral frog with belt loop and working retaining strap with press stud. Price includes UK delivery.
225.00

Imperial German Hunting Dagger Sidearm, scabbard & frog - 5495
An excellent condition Imperial German hunting dagger/sidearm in its original scabbard with frog. It has a great hilt with gilded fittings and lovely ivory grips with 3 large acorn shaped rivets with deers leg knuckle bow and downswept quillon with large clamshell handguard. It has a 32.5cm, flat steel, highly decorated blade with leather washer. the blade is etched with hunting scenes, a trophy of arms and swags. The back is also etched with acorns. A magnificent blade which also has the makers details on the ricasso of, "J.A. HENCKELS, SOLINGEN" and the conjoined twins logo. It its original brown leather scabbard with brass chape and locket and Acorn frog stud. Fitted with its original and correct brown leather frog. Price includes UK delivery. (sn. 5495 )
895.00

WW2 US Cattaraugus 225Q "Quartermaster" Knife & Scabbard - ED 886 / 5382
A good original example of a WWII United States Army 225Q "Quartermaster" Knife with & Leather Scabbard. Made by " Cattaraugus" they were used by Quartermasters to open crates and special forces because of its extreme ruggedness. Metal pommel with leather washer handle and small steel crossguard. Superb polished steel blade stamped with the makers name and its designation on the ricasso. In its original brown leather scabbard with integral frog with belt loop and working retaining strap with press stud. Price includes UK delivery.
225.00

WW2 Royal Navy Deck Knife & Scabbard - 5246 : 6
A scarce example of a British Royal Navy Deck Knife in its original scabbard. The knife has a chequered black plastic hilt with a brass crossguard. The 4.8" bowie blade has a serrated back edge and is stamped with the details, "J. Clarke & Son, Sheffield". Superb blade. In its fitted brown leather sheath with retaining strap and press stud on the integral frog. (see p. 83, British & Commonwealth Military Knives by Ron Flook) Price includes UK delivery. (sn. 5246 : 6 )
375.00

sold sold (25/10) WW2 U.S. Kinfolks V-44 Combat / Survival Bowie Knife & Scabbard - 5246 : 4
Description A superb condition WW2 United States V-44 Combat & Survival Bowie Knife & Scabbard made by Kinfolks Incorporated, Williamsburg, VA part of the Case family business. Officially a survival knife the USMC sought them at as highly prized fighting knives against the Japanese. It is a huge knife measuring 14" in length and with a black synthetic handle secured by 5 brass rivets, a brass crossguard and a broad steel bowie blade with falchion - style tip and twin narrow fullers. Excellent Kinfolks Inc. stamp. It is in a beautiful hand tooled brown leather No. 13 Collins scabbard with rear belt loop. This is the best quality scabbard that could be obtained for a V-44. All in excellent condition. See p. 67 of Fred Stephens book, Fighting Knives. Price includes UK delivery. (sn. 5246 : 4 )
0.00

The London Knife Book 1820 - 1945 by Ron Flook ( now 1only x available.) - ED 810
Mint, original, hardback book, "The London Knife Book, An A-Z guide to London Cutlers, 1820 - 1945" by Ron Flook. The book has 230 quality pages packed with colour photos, of every type of knife made in London during the period listing all the Cutlers with their details. The book is in mint condition and is complete with its dust cover. price includes UK delivery..ED 810
120.00

WW2 Canadian Ross Bayonet fighting knife Conversion & Scabbard - 4714
A good example of the WW2 official and commercial made Ross bayonet conversion to a fighting knife. In March 1944 some 2,209 bayonets were declared surplus & sold to William Margolin of Montreal. They were then shipped to the PAL Cutlery Co. Massachusetts, USA & altered. This is a Mk.I bayonet conversion, indicated by its brazed on crossguard. The 10.25" blade was shortened to a 7.5" bowie blade and the scabbard shortened to fit. The release button is removed and the muzzle ring and crossguard finnial ground down. The leather scabbard has its correct leather integral frog. (see p. 183/4 of Ron Flooks book, British & Commonwealth military knifes). Price includes UK delivery. ( sn. 4714 )
325.00
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