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Reg Cooper of Sheffield Bowie Knife And Brown Leather Sheath. - ED 2227
This is a handmade bowie knife made by Reg Cooper of Sheffield. Reg Cooper is currently in his 80s but he still makes a few knives .Reg used to work in Trevor Abletts workshop until it closed. In January 2015, Hollywood actor Sylvester Stallone was in Sheffield for and “Audience With” event, Stallone being a serious collector of knives was personally presented by Reg Cooper a 10 inch Reg Cooper knife. This knife has a 6 inch bowie blade which is stamped R. COOPER SHEFFIELD ENGLAND on the ricasso. The crossguard is made of brass and the stag hour grips are held on by 4 pins the tang is decorated by scroll word to the top and bottom. The brown handmade leather sheath stamped with an eagle clutching arrows. This is an excellent bowie knife made by a Sheffield master craftsman. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2228
£225.00

Unusual Near Mint Massive Hand Tooled Bowie By David North of Killamarsh, Sheffield. ED 2225 - ED 2225
This is an unusual, near mint massive hand tooled bowie knife made by David North, one of the last cottage cutlers of Killamarsh, Sheffield. The knife is 17 ¼ inches in length with a 11 ½ inch blade. The blade has a false edge 4 ¾ inches long. The ricasso is crisply stamped David North Sheffield England. The pommel has a hybrid mythical horse with alligator skin cast into it. Both the crossguard and pommel are made of nickel. The grips are made of ivorine held on with four pins and it is inlaid with a bland silver escutcheon. The knife comes with its original brown leather scabbard with an integral belt loop. It is an impressive large bowie knife. (This knife appears to be one of a pair, one being a spear point bowie this one a plain bowie blade, stock numbers ED 2224 and ED 2225). The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2225
£675.00

Unusual Near Mint Massive Hand Tooled Spear Pointed Bowie By David North of Killamarsh, Sheffield. ED 2223 - ED 2224
This is an unusual, near mint massive hand tooled spear pointed bowie knife made by David North of Killamarsh, Sheffield. The knife is 17 ¼ inches in length with a 11 ½ inch blade with a spear point with a false edge 4 ¾ inches long. The ricasso is crisply stamped David North Sheffield England. The pommel has a hybrid mythical horse with alligator skin cast into it. Both the crossguard and pommel are made of nickel. The grips are made of ivorine held on with four pins and it is inlaid with a bland silver escutcheon. The knife comes with its original brown leather scabbard with an integral belt loop. It is unusual find a large spear point knife of this size made by David Marsh. (This knife appears to be one of a pair, this one being a spear point bowie and the other a plain bowie blade, stock numbers ED 2224 and ED 2225). The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2224
£675.00

SOLD SOLD (LAY-AWAY 21/09) Superb Near Mint Large Bowie Knife And Sheath By John Nowill And Sons Of Sheffield. ED 2223 - ED 2223
This is a superb near mint bowie knife made by one of the most respected makers in Sheffield who have been making knives since the 1840s. The 10 ½ inch blade carries the J. Nowill and Sons, Sheffield trademark D* which is still in use to this day. The crossguard and pommel are made of German silver with floral decoration. The brown buffalo horn grips are held by 5 pins. The sheath is hand made in brown leather with a retaining strap and the rear is stamped with the Sheffield coat of arms. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2223
£0.00

SOLD SOLD (24/10) Large, Victorian Era North West Frontier Afghan/ Pashtun Tribe Khyber Knife With Bone Grips. Sn 15618 - 15618
The Pashtun tribes living around the Khyber Pass traditionally use this type of Khyber knife. The Khyber Pass is the most important mountain pass in the Hindu Kush. Because it has played a strategic role in military and trade for over 2,000 years, the Khyber knife is found throughout Afghanistan, Pakistan and Northern India. The knife comes in a range of different sizes, blade lengths of over 20" are not unusual. This is an excellent original example made in the Victorian Era. It has a heavy 23" single edged T section fullered steel blade (28 ¾” overall). The 2” wide blade narrows to a pin sharp point. The blade has just light staining consistent with age but no rust. It has a steel framed grip with polished bone scales. The scales are secure. The butt has a small square shaped fixed protrusion holed for lanyard / wrist cord. As is common with these weapons it is without scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15618
£0.00

Original Early Model 1883 Pattern Japanese Naval Officer's Dirk & Scabbard. Sn 15576 - 15576
This is an excellent, original early model 1883 Pattern Japanese Naval Officer's Dirk & Scabbard. These dirks were worn by all commissioned Officers. Late examples made towards the end of WW2 had simulated sharkskin grips made from plastic or composite material and celluloid cross guards. Early examples had sharkskin grips and ornate gilt finished fittings (see pages 70-73 of Military Swords Of Japan By Fuller & Gregory). This Dirk has the correct shark skin grip with gilt wire binding which is tight. It has an ornate pommel and wave cross guard. The grip is mounted with the Emperor's family Chrysanthemum insignia, or 'Mon'. The fittings retain traces of original gilt finish. It has an 8 ¾” single edged polished steel blade with fullers. It measures 13 ¼” overall and the hilt is slotted for retaining lug which is mounted on its scabbard. The wood scabbard has ornately decorated mounts with traces of original gilt finish and is leather bound which is a rich red/brown colour. The upper mount of the scabbard has the correct press button retaining lug & 2 hanging rings. Price for this sought after Japanese Naval piece includes UK delivery. Sn 15576
£675.00

MINT, Cased, 1976, Large, Hand Made German Puma Model 6376 Bowie Knife With Pumaster Gold Inlay Steel Blade, Indian Sambar Stag Scales, Scabbard With Thigh Cord & Original Instruction / Guarantee Label. ED 2259 - ED 2259
Since 1769, Puma has been hand crafting the finest sporting knives in the World. Each knife is built to live up to Germany’s high quality knife making tradition. Puma’s handmade knives are very versatile and include knives for hunting, outdoor use, sporting use, fishing use, hiking, biking, trekking, survival, self defence and other uses. This Puma model 6376 Bowie is in near mint condition. It has beautiful well matched Indian Sambar Stag Antler scales secured by large brass rivets. The scales and tang are holed for wrist cord. It has a 7 ¾” steel Bowie blade which is crisply etched with the 'Puma’s head legend' and '6376 HANDMADE ORIGINAL PUMA BOWIE, GENUINE PUMASTER STEEL GERMANY’ all inlaid with Gold. The cutting edge of the blade has a 1 ½” saw section near to the hilt for cutting bone or wood. The finger guard is numbered ‘97674’ which dates its manufacture to September 1976. The Knife measures 12 ¾” overall and is complete with its original, near mint, quality made riveted and stitched brown leather scabbard with large belt loop and retaining strap with ‘’Puma Solingen Germany’ press stud fastener. Both the hanging loop and the bottom edge of the sheath are fitted with their original leather cords for securing to the belt and the leg of the wearer. The rear of the scabbard is impressed 'Made In Germany' above 'DBGM 1865840'. The knife and scabbard are contained in their original wooden case with hinged lid and 2 clasp fasteners. One edge of the case has its original green and black ‘Puma 6376 Bowie’ label. The lid has its original green and gold puma plastic badge. The inside of the case is foam lined and factory cut to snugly fit the knife and scabbard. The box contains the knife’s original Puma guarantee / care instruction leaflet with matching number ‘97674’. The price for this mint, cased, Puma Bowie includes UK delivery. ED 2259
£675.00

MINT, Large Geo Wostenholm & Son Washington Works Sheffield ‘I*XL Land Of The Free Home Of The Brave’ Coffin Handle Bowie Knife With Etched Blade & Mint Bespoke Saddler Hand Made Leather Scabbard. Sn 15372:13 - 15372:13
Along with Joseph Rodgers, George Wostenholm is possibly the most famous name in Sheffield cutlery. Geo Wolstenholm’s first knife making works were established in 1785. The Wolstenholm business now forms part of the Egginton Group, Sheffield. This is an impressive original I*XL Bowie Knife in near mint condition made by Geo Wolstenholm & Son at their Washington Works Sheffield. It has a 9 ¾” long deep swept polished steel bowie blade which is 2” broad at its widest point. The knife measures 14 ¾” overall. The ricasso is stamped with the Knife's model detail 'I*XL.' and the blade is marked with the makers name and address together with Deep etched Wosenholm Sheffield detail and panel With Wostenholm address and American Mottos ‘ United States The Land Of The Free Home Of The Brave Protected By The Noble And Brave Volunteers, Americans Ask For Nothing But What Is Right And Submit To Nothing That Is Wrong’ (all illustrated). It has brass finger guard bolsters & Oak Coffin shaped scales which are each 4mm thick. The scales are secured to the tang by brass pins. The Bowie comes with a mint, quality, bespoke, Saddler hand made, thick brown leather scabbard with integral belt loop which we have had made for this impressive Bowie. The Bowie fits the scabbard snugly. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15372:13
£345.00

Post 1963 Boxed, Limited Edition No.772 Of 1500 Buck Custom Knife USA Model 110 Folding Hunter Lock Knife With Etched Blade, Original Wood Buck Display Stand & Care Instruction Pamphlet . Sn 15372:12 - 15372:12
The American Company, Buck Knives was founded in San Diego, California in the early 1900's and is now located in Post Falls, Idaho. The company has a long history through five generations of the Buck family. Buck created their model 110 folding hunter in 1963 when Al Buck decided that a revolutionary lock blade knife was needed by outdoorsmen who wanted a sturdy knife but did not want to carry a long, fixed blade knife. This is an excellent limited edition Buck 110 folding hunter Custom Knife With Original Display Stand, Box and Paperwork. The folding lock knife has a 4” drop point blade. One side of the polished steel blade has a finger groove and is etched with the scene of ‘H.H. Buck’s original business premises and banner with ‘HH Buck’ emblazoned in gilt. The ricasso is marked ‘Buck 110 USA'. The reverse is numbered ‘0772 / 1500’. The knife’s undamaged American Walnut scales are secured by brass and steel pins. The knife has a brass grip frame. Opened the knife measures 9” overall length. The blade locks firmly in place and is released for closing by depression of a steel lever on the back of the grip frame. The knife is complete with it's original Buck wooden display stand which was issued with the knife. The stand has a recessed block to comfortably seat the knife’s butt and slotted block to accommodate the blade edge. The stand has a small plate labelled ‘Buck’ on the front and has 2 holes for wall hanging to the rear. The knife is accompanied by its original care instruction pamphlet and printed ‘Word From The Chairman Of Buck Knives’ leaflet. The knife, stand and paperwork are contained in their original cardboard box emblazoned with ‘Buck Custom Knife’ and image of a knife smith at his forge in gold. The box has a removable lid and retains its original white cardboard sleeve. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15372:12
£245.00

SOLD SOLD (05/11) Large John Nowill & Sons, Sheffield ‘The Imperial’ Bowie knife With Polished Horn Scales, Brass Lion’s Head Pommel & Scabbard With Tooled Decoration. Sn 15372:10 - 15372:10
The Nowill familly are recorded as Sheffield cutler's since the 16th Century. The family traded under various names and Trademarks until John Nowill acquired the 'crossed keys' trademark in 1842. They produce excellent knives and tools using the best of materials and traditional know how that can only come from over three hundred years in the business. This is an excellent, large Bowie Knife by John Nowill & Sons. It has a 10 ¼” deep swept single edged polished Bowie blade which is 1 ¾” at its widest. The blade has fullers & back of the blade has a section of scalloped decoration. The blade has small areas of staining but no damage. It is marked at the ricasso 'Nowill & Sons Sheffield together with 'Crossed Keys' Trademark. It has a brass cross guard. One side of the cross guard is crisply signed ricasso 'Nowill & Sons Sheffield together with 'Crossed Keys' Trademark, the reverse has ‘The Imperial’ with Crossed Keys Trademark. The undamaged polished horn scales are secured by brass rivets and it has a large brass Lion’s head pommel. It is complete with its original brown leather scabbard with tooled decoration, single large belt loop and retaining strap with press stud fastener. All leather and stitching of the scabbard are undamaged, clean & intact. The price for this impressive Bowie by a renowned Sheffield Cutler includes UK delivery. Sn 15372:10
£0.00
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