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19th Century French Naval Boarding Axe With War Hammer Head. Sn 10425. - 10425
This is an original Boarding Axe. These axes were used by The French Navy in the 19th Century for boarding enemy Ships or repelling attacks. The axes were modelled on medieval War hammers and this example which measures 38cms overall has a heavy steel axe head and armour piercing spike typical of these types of weapon. The distance from the edge of the axe head blade to the curved spike point measures 19cms. The axe head is secured to the ebonised chamfered wood shaft by 2 tangs each secured by 2 screws. The shaft has a brass end cap. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 10425

Post WW2 Israeli Military KA-BAR Pattern Fighting Knife With Israeli State Star Mark & Sheath. Sn 9882 - 9882
KA-BAR is the contemporary popular name for the combat knife first adopted by the United States Marine Corps (USMC) in November 1942 during WW2. This is an excellent Post war original Israeli Military example of the Kabar Pattern knife complete with leather sheath. The knife has a 7" steel clip point blade and compressed leather-washer handle. The ricasso is crisply marked with an Israeli State Star. It is complete with original leather sheath which has a retaining strap with press stud fastener and large belt loop. All leather and stitching of the sheath are intact. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9882

Spanish Special Operations Unit, Green Berets, Close Quarter Combat & Survival Bolo Knife With Sawback & Scabbard. ED 2233 - ED 2233
During the 1970s this 'survival' bolo was issued to the Spanish Special Operations Unit the ' Cuerpo de Operaciones Especiales' their Green Berets ( see item 209 in Hughes and Jenkins 'A Primer of Military Knives Part Two'). It is 10 inches overall with a distictive 5 1/2 inch Bolo blade with a saw back. The grips are finely chequered secured by two steel screw bolts. The pommel, tang and long curved cross guard are of one piece steel construction. The blade has the National Toledo Armaments Factory emblem etched into it ( illustrated) The cross guard has ' V379' and 'U'. It comes with its original steel mounted leather scabbard which is also in good order. The stitching is intact as is the retaining strap and stud. This is a very nice example of a rare dagger in the UK. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2233

An 'Unknown Origin' (Possibly Italian) Heavy Fighting Knife in later Scabbard Sn 8424:49 - 8424:49
An 'Unknown Origin' (Possibly Italian) heavy fighting knife in a later scabbard. The Fighting knife has a one piece light wood smooth grip, the blade is secured with two bolts. It has a straight guard and polished steel double edged blade. The blade measures 7 1/4" long and 1" wide at its widest point. This is a heavy duty fighting knife. The scabbard is later, and made of tan leather , it fits the knife perfectly and has a securing loop fastened with a brass press stud. The price includes Uk delivery.

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.

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 )

** STOLEN AT THE LEEDS - PUDSEY MILITARIA FAIR 11.07.10 ***Boer War British Horsemans Knife - 4719
THIS KNIFE WAS STOLEN FROM OUR DISPLAY AT THE LEEDS MILITARIA FAIR ON SUNDAY 11TH JULY 2010. WE ARE OFFERING A 500 REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF THE PERSON / PERSONS RESPONSIBLE. West Yorkshire Police Crime Reference 13100286521 ****A perfect condition, Boer War period, British made Horsemans Knife. It has its large blade, small blade, file, can opnener, button hook, corkscrew, gouge and horseshoe stone remover. It also has its two rein repairing bolts fitted to the side. Blade bases stamped with makers details of "J.O. Vickery, 179, 181 and 183 Regent Street" and alsdo "Sheffield made". White metal scales and screwdriver end. Price includes UK delivery. (sn. 4719 )

French Foreign Legion Fighting Knife - ED 726
A rare example of the French Foreign Legion fighting knife officially made after WW2 by converting a February 1917 dated U.S. P13 Remington bayonet. It was a stop gap issue to their Paratroopers before they were issued the M3 fighting knife. The scabbard was suitably altered by the addition of a leather belt frog. Used as late as 1978 in Zaire these are very scarce knives. Fully documented and photographed in Ron Flooks booklet, 'A Photographic Primer of Military Knifes'. Price includes UK delivery.

Malayan Kris Knife & Scabbard - 3080
A superb quality Malayan Kris knife with a carved and polished wooden grip in the form of a styalised Garuda. A typical 34.5cm watered wavy Kris blade and a quality matching wood scabbard. In excellent condition and price includes UK delivery. ( sn. 3080 )
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