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SOLD SOLD (21/09) Mint Buckmaster 184 Survival Knife And Scabbard. ED 873 - ED 873
This is a near mint Buckmaster 184 survival knife with the 2nd pattern blade design which was used between 1987 and 1999. The blade has BUCKMASTER in large letters on one side and 184 U.S.PAT.4622707 impressed on the other side. The finish on the knife is a black oxide and the pins which screw into the crossguard are contained on the hollow grip. This model was not issued with a compass as some of the earlier ones were. The scabbard is a high impact plastic with webbing attahments and is stamped to the base with BUCK PAT. PEND. See the website relating to Buckmaster 184 knives www.survivalknife184.com by Keith Harvie for a full history of these iconic knives made by BUCK and not a modern comp from Taiwan. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 873
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**SOLD**SOLD**6/9**20th Century, American Form ‘Liberty & Union’ Folding Lock Knife With Ornate Brass Pommel & Cross Guard & Polished Horn Scales. Sn 15656 - 15656
This Folding Lock knife has a folding 4 ½” single edged steel blade which is clean. Its polished horn scales are secured by brass pins and it has an ornate brass cross guard bolsters embossed with the American motto ‘Liberty And Union’. The pommel bolsters are embossed with stylised arms and banners. The blade locks in place when opened and is released by depression of a flange on the back of the grip frame. The knife measures 10 ¼” overall length open and 5 ¾” closed. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15656
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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 (22/09) MINT, 1960’s U.S. Randall Model 2-8 Ebony Handle Stiletto Combat Knife With Scabbard, Coiled Thigh Cord & Sharpening Stone. Sn 15525/26 - 15525/26
This is a near mint, Randall Model 2-8 Stiletto combat knife made sometime in the 1960’s. The knife has a pristine 7" stainless steel double edged stiletto blade with medial ridge (11 ¾” overall). It’s Ebony handle is undamaged. It has a brass finger guard and the handle is holed for lanyard. Our example ids fitted with lanyard cord (see Randall Military Models by Hunt pages 72 & 73 for a similar knife and scabbard. The blade is correctly marked by the manufacturer ‘Randall Made Orlando Fla’ & ‘S’ (stainless). The black leather scabbard is in the same near mint condition and it's front flap pocket with press stud contains it's un-used sharpening stone. The scabbard is impressed with Randall manufacturer detail (illustrated). The scabbard has a retaining strap with press stud fastener and single belt loop. The scabbard has its original coiled thigh cord. The price for this Randall knife with scabbard and sharpening stone includes UK delivery. Sn 15525/26
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SOLD SOLD (10/09) MINT, 1970’s Vietnam War Era, U.S. Randall Model 2-8 Commando Handle Stiletto Combat Knife With Johnson Roughback Scabbard & Sharpening Stone. Sn 15526 - 15526
This is a near mint, Randall Model 2-8 Stiletto combat knife made during the 1970’s in the Vietnam war era. The knife has a pristine 8" stainless steel double edged stiletto blade with medial ridge (12 ½” overall). It’s Commando form grip is made of the correct compressed leather washers. It has a brass finger guard and aluminium butt cap (see Randall Military Models by Hunt pages 76 & 77 for a virtually identical knife and scabbard). The pommel cap is holed for lanyard and our example is fitted with lanyard cord.The blade is correctly marked by the manufacturer ‘Randall Made Orlando Fl’ & ‘S’ (stainless). The brown leather rough back Johnson scabbard is in the same near mint condition and it's front flap pocket with press stud contains it's un-used sharpening stone. The rear of the scabbard is impressed with number '28' (model number) and Randall manufacturer detail (illustrated). The scabbard has a retaining strap with press stud fastener and single belt loop. The price for this sought after Randall knife with scabbard and sharpening stone includes UK delivery. Sn 15526
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RARE, MATCHING DATES, 1st Type, WW2 1943 U.S. M3 Fighting Knife By Imperial & Correct WW2 1943 M6 Leather Scabbard By SBL CO With Coiled Leather Thigh Cord. Sn 15468 - 15468
The M3 Trench Fighting Knife was introduced in 1943. Early production knives were produced with model, manufacturer and date marked blades (see page 95 of US Military Knives By Cole). Knives with blades marked in that manner were only produced for 2 months before manufacture changed to marking the cross guards rather than the blade to prevent causing weakness to the blades. M3 knives were produced by a number of American Manufacturers including the Imperial Cutlery Company USA. M6 Leather scabbards were produced in 1943 for the M3 Trench daggers. These leather scabbards were only made in small numbers before introduction of the M8 scabbard. This is an excellent original WW2 American M3 Fighting knife. It has a steel cross guard and the steel pommel. The handle has the correct compressed leather washer construction with plastic spacers at the top and bottom. Its 6 ½” blade is undamaged. The blade has the early marking 'US M3 Imperial’ and ‘1943’ date'. The knife is complete with its original rare brown leather M6 Scabbard. The scabbard is undamaged and all of its rivets & stitching are intact. It has a single belt loop & retaining strap with press stud fastener. The throat has the correct row of 8 reinforcing steel ‘laces’. The lower section of the scabbard has the correct riveted steel plates to the front and back. The bottom of the sheath is holed for thigh cord with reinforcing ring and has its original coiled leather thigh cord. The front of the scabbard is impressed by the manufacturer ' SBL CO’ and 'US M6’ together with matching 1943 date. The price for this rare U.S. M3 Fighting Knife with M6 scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 15468
£795.00

WW2 1945 U.S. Collins & Co Legitimus Pattern No.1250 Combat / Survival Machete & Scabbard. Sn 15368 - 15368
An original WW2 United States Combat and Survival Machete by Collins & Co (see page 114 item 571 of Stephen’s book ‘Fighting Knives’). The No 1250 pattern of Collins Legitimus Machetes were supplied to the U.S. Government to support the war effort. Our example is in excellent condition. It is 19 ½” overall with black synthetic slab sided scales secured by 4 rivets and holed for lanyard ring. The blade is 14 ½” length with drop point. The blade is 3” broad at its widest. The blade is crisply marked with manufacturer’s detail pattern number and date ‘Collins & Co, Crown & hammer trademark, Legitimus Made In USA No.1250’ & dated ‘1945’ . It is accompanied by its original brown leather scabbard with rear riveted belt loop and retaining strap with brass stud fastener. All leather and stitching of the scabbard are intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15368
£195.00

Winchester Boxed .30-30 Cartridge Limited Edition 110th Anniversary Commemorative 2 Knife Set With Medallion. ED 2217 - ED 2217
This is a Winchester .30-30 limited edition, 110th anniversary commemorative 2 knife boxed set with medallion made in 2005 to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the Winchester 30-30 rifle cartridge developed in 1895 as their first smokeless cartridge. The cartridge was made for their Model 94 lever action rifle. This commemorative set comprised of a 5 ½ inch blade bowie knife with a 2 ½ inch blade folding pocket knife. Both knives have rosewood grips and brass fittings. Both the knives are etched on the blade WINCHESTER .30-30 LIMITED EDITION 1895 -2005. The set is complete with its pin backed metal badge showing a mounted cowboy with the cartridge superimposed and 110th anniversary. The set is encased its original tin, the lid having a colour picture of 2 hunters with a stag they have just shot and WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. .30-30 COMMEMORATIVE KNIFE SET. There is also the original paper description inside the tin. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2217
£225.00

SOLD SOLD (10/09) WW2 USMC Utica M3 Fighting Knife & M8 Scabbard With Integral Frog By BM Co (Beckwith Manufacturing Company) & ‘VP’ (Victory Plastics). Sn 15190 - 15190
An excellent WW2 US M3 Fighting Knife & M8 Scabbard With Integral Frog. The underside of the cross guard is stamped "US M3 Utica". The compressed leather ringed handle and blade are undamaged. The top of the pommel has the 'ignited grenade' Frankford Arsenal mark. The knife has a clean 168mm blade with medial ridge & is complete with original green plastic M8 scabbard with integral green webbing frog which has a single retaining strap, press stud fastener and hanging bar. The upper mount of the scabbard is stamped 'USM8' & by the manufacturer 'BM Co'(Beckwith Mfg Co). The rear of the scabbard is marked ‘VP’ (Victory Plastics) above number ‘9’. The chape is holed for thigh cord. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 15190
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American WW2 Theatre Made Bowie Knife And Scabbard. ED 872 - ED 872
This is a WW2 American theatre made bowie knife made during WW2. These knives were made by American and British serviceman in the field in order to provide a personal last ditch weapon. These weapons could be made out of any spare broken blades or fabricated from scratch. This knife has a 9 182 inch bowie style blade and has engraved decoration on one side together with the name BUDDY ENGLE (presumably the name of the original owner). The hilt is comprised of an aluminium hilt and a pommel made of leather and aluminium washers for grip. The whole knife is well made and sits nicely in the hand. The leather scabbard is designed to hand from a wide belt and is held together with rivets and leather thonging. The scabbard has tooled decoration to the front. The bottom of the scabbard has two holes for a leg strap. This is a very nice WW2 theatre made knife. See Theatre made Military Knives of WW2 by Bill and Debbie Wright for hundreds of similar knives. Price includes U.K..delivery. ED 872
£295.00
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