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‘THE FALKLANDS CAMPAIGN 1982’ British Wilkinson Sword Commemorative Fairbairn Sykes 3rd Pattern FS Fighting Knife With Etched Blade & Scabbard. Sn 15998:9 - 15998:9
The Falklands War began on Friday 2 April 1982, when Argentine forces invaded and occupied the Falkland Islands and South Georgia. The British Government dispatched a Naval task force to engage the Argentine Navy and Air Force and retake the islands by amphibious assault. The resulting conflict lasted 74 days and ended with the Argentine surrender on 14 June 1982, which returned the islands to British control. During the conflict, 649 Argentine military personnel, 255 British military personnel and 3 Falkland Islanders died. This an excellent 3rd pattern FS Commando dagger manufactured by Wilkinson Sword post war to commemorate the Falklands campaign. It has a plated 3rd pattern ribbed brass hilt. Its 175mm long blade is etched on both sides. One side with foliate background with banner ‘‘THE FALKLANDS CAMPAIGN 1982’ and with the Wilkinson Sword London manufacturer's name together with their crossed swords legend & Royal Appointment. The reverse has a void presentation scroll banner on foliate background. The dagger is complete with brown leather scabbard with single belt loop, elasticated retaining strap and 4 sewn on leather tabs. The scabbard has a blackened brass chape. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15998:9
£375.00

SOLD SOLD (19/02) Post 1952 QE II British Wilkinson Sword Commemorative 3rd Pattern Fairbairn Sykes FS Fighting Knife With Etched Panel & Scabbard. Sn 15998:10 - 15998:10
An excellent 3rd Pattern Fairbairn Sykes fighting knife with etched Queen Elizabeth II Royal Appointment Wilkinson Sword panel. The 3rd pattern knife was introduced in 1942 (see page 61 & 62 of British & Commonwealth Military Knives By Flook) and continued to be issued post war. This post 1952 commemorative Commando knife has an undamaged ribbed and blued handle. It has a clean blued 173 mm dagger blade with medial ridge. The blade has an etched panel on one side ‘Wilkinson Sword London Made In England’ with crossed swords legend and QE II Royal Appointment. It is complete with leather scabbard with blackened external chape and belt loop. It retains its 4 leather sewn on leather tabs and elasticated retaining strap. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15998:10
£0.00

‘ARMY COMMANDOS 1940-45’ Post WW2 British Nowill & Sons Fairbairn Sykes 3rd Pattern FS Fighting Knife With Blued & Etched Blade & Scabbard. Sn 15998:11 - 15998:11
The British Commandos were formed during the Second World War in June 1940, following a request from the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, for a force that could carry out raids against German-occupied Europe. Initially drawn from within the British Army from soldiers who volunteered for the Special Service Brigade, the Commandos' ranks would eventually be filled by members of all branches of the United Kingdom's armed forces and a number of foreign volunteers from German-occupied countries. Reaching a war time strength of over 30 individual units and four assault brigades, the Commandos served in all theatres of war from the Arctic Circle to Europe and from the Mediterranean and Middle East Theatre to South-East Asia. Their operations ranged from small groups of men landing from the sea or by parachute to a brigade of assault troops spearheading the Allied invasions of Europe and Asia. All Commandos were issued with the iconic FS Fighting knife. This attractive 3rd pattern FS Commando dagger was produced post WW2 to Commemorate the British Army Commandos WW2 Service 1940-1945. The knife is in excellent condition. It has a blued blade etched on both sides with gilt panels containing mottos & images celebrating the commandos valour & ethos (all illustrated) including an image of the Victoria Cross and ‘THE ARMY COMMANDOS 1940-45. The ricasso is etched with the manufacturer's detail 'J. Nowill & Sons Sheffield England and with their crossed keys legend (Nowill made FS daggers for the British army during WW2). The ribbed handle and cross guard retain much of their plated finish. The dagger comes with a black leather scabbard which fits the knife snugly. The rear of the scabbard has 2 belt slots. All leather & stitching are intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15998:11
£325.00

SOLD SOLD (08/02) C1960’s David Andersen Norway Hunting / Fishing Knife With Curly Birch Handle & Open Top Leather Scabbard With Norwegian 925 Sterling Silver Mounts. Sn 15908:2 - 15908:2
This Hunting / Fishing knife made C1960’s by the Norwegian Cutler David Andersen with its original silver mounted scabbard are in excellent condition. It is 8 ½” overall length with a sharp 4” steel drop point blade. The blade is clean and crisply marked by the manufacturer ‘David-Andersen Norway’. The knife has an undamaged solid curly birch wood handle. The hilt has a polished white metal ferrule. The knife comes with its original open top, black leather scabbard which has a Silver throat mount marked ‘ 925 S Norway Sterling’ together with Norwegian hallmarks (illustrated). The throat mount has an integral black leather belt loop. The scabbard has a stitched rear seam and white metal chape with stylised cartouche. All leather & stitching of the scabbard are intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15908:2
£0.00

C1970’s A/S Helle Fabrikker Norway Hunting / Fishing Knife With 18/8+ High Carbon Steel Blade & Ornate Open Top German Silver Scabbard. Sn 15908:3 - 15908:3
A/S Helle Fabrikker was established in the early 1930’s in response to hard times and the depression. The unemployed Brothers Steinar and Sigmund Helle started making farming tools and other implements in the forge of their Father’s farm. In 1932 they started making small sheath-knives which quickly became popular locally. Thus, the foundations of an important business in a typically Western-Norwegian rural area were laid. Cutlery became their main product in the 1940’s and since the mid 1970’s, to date the company has produced quality sports knives and forged knives for silver cutlery. This Hunting / Fishing knife was made C1970’s by A/S Helle. It has a sharp, clean 4 ¼” polished steel drop point blade. The blade is marked by the manufacturer ‘18/8+ High Carbon Edge A/S Helle Fabrikker Norway’ . The knife has an undamaged solid bulbous wood handle. The hilt has a German silver ferrule and flat pommel cap. The knife comes with its original open top, German silver scabbard which has an ornate embossed foliate panel on the front aspect. The rear has a ridged seam and is marked near to the throat ‘EIK Norway’ and there are remnants of an adhesive label which can be seen in image 2. The throat mount has an integral black leather belt loop. The scabbard has no dents. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15908:3
£245.00

C1870’s Johan Engström Eskilstuna Sweden Curly Birch Barrel Knife With Concealed Folding Steel Blade. Sn 15908:4 - 15908:4
One of the most successful Swedish Eskilstuna cutlers was Johan Engström (1846 – 1915). Before setting up his factory in 1874 (Fabriksaktiebolaget Johan Engström), Johan had worked with cutlers and studied knife production in both Sheffield (G. Westerholm & Son) and Solingen. In his early years, Johan mainly produced razors and daggers. Johan added barrel knives to his production line in the 1870’s. The company produced high-quality barrel knives and received international recognition at shows in Sweden, France, U.S.A., and Canada. At one time the well-known US importer Edward Zinn ordered 3000 dozen barrel knives from the Engström company. Johan died in 1915 which marks the end of the Engström company. The knives used for hunting and fishing have an ingenious mechanism. The folding 4” drop point steel blade with brass scales sits inside the barrel shaped Curly Birch wood handle. The blade is released by depression of a ribbed steel lever at the butt of the handle. The folded blade can then be withdrawn from the handle, opened and then pushed back in and through the hilt until it locks in place. The knife measures 9 ¾” overall length when assembled for use. Made C1870’s by Engstrom our example is in excellent condition for its age. The wood handle is undamaged . The steel ferrule and butt cap with locking catch and lanyard ring are undamaged and function as they should. The blade’s brass scales are undamaged and the blade has just staining and light pitting to be expected. The blade is marked ‘JOH ENGSTROM ESKILSTUNA’. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15908:4
£425.00

1874 Dated Johan Engström Eskilstuna Sweden Curly Birch Barrel Knife With Concealed Folding Steel Blade. Sn 15908:5 - 15908:5
One of the most successful Swedish Eskilstuna cutlers was Johan Engström (1846 – 1915). Before setting up his factory in 1874 (Fabriksaktiebolaget Johan Engström), Johan had worked with cutlers and studied knife production in both Sheffield (G. Westerholm & Son) and Solingen. In his early years, Johan mainly produced razors and daggers. Johan added barrel knives to his production line in the 1870’s. The company produced high-quality barrel knives and received international recognition at shows in Sweden, France, U.S.A., and Canada. At one time the well-known US importer Edward Zinn ordered 3000 dozen barrel knives from the Engström company. Johan died in 1915 which marks the end of the Engström company. The knives used for hunting and fishing have an ingenious mechanism. The folding 4” drop point steel blade with brass scales sits inside the barrel shaped Curly Birch wood handle. The blade is released by depression of a ribbed steel lever at the butt of the handle. The folded blade can then be withdrawn from the handle, opened and then pushed back in and through the hilt until it locks in place. The knife measures 9 ¾” overall length when assembled for use. Our example is in excellent condition for its age. The wood handle is has some knocks consistent with age but no cracks or holes. The steel ferrule and butt cap with locking catch and lanyard ring lug are undamaged and function as they should. The blade’s brass scales are undamaged. One scale is crisply dated 1874 together with ‘arrow JE’ trademark of Johan Engström. The blade has just staining and light pitting to be expected. The blade is marked ‘JOH ENGSTROM ESKILSTUNA’. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15908:5
£475.00

MINT, British Air Arms TX200 .22 Calibre Under Lever Action Air Rifle With 6-18 x 40 Simmons Telescopic Sight. AI 668 - AI 668
This is a near mint example of the Air Arms TX200 in .22 calibre. The measures 39” overall length. It has excellent woodwork with decorative chequered panels and rubber shoulder recoil pad. The metal work retains all of its original blueing and the top of the Air cylinder is grooved for telescopic sight. The cylinder is marked with model detail (illustrated in image 2). It is serial number '035744'. The rifle cocks loads and fires with a nice tight action. It is fitted with a 6-18 x 40 Simmons Telescopic Sight in the same mint condition. The sight is stamped with magnification detail (illustrated). The optics of the sight are excellent. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 668
£425.00

Boxed, Post 1985 BSA Stutzen Airsporter .22 Calibre Under Lever Air With Tasco Golden Antler x40 Telescopic Sight. Sn 15982 - 15982
The Under Lever Stutzen Airsporter was introduced by the Birmingham Small Arms Company in 1985. This is an excellent example in .22 calibre. It measures 39 ½” overall length. The rifle has a walnut full stock with contoured cheek piece and rosewood fore end cap. The stock has a finely chequered wrist for grip. The wood has just light bumps and bruises consistent with age and use. It is fitted with sling swivel lugs and a rubber recoil pad the end of which bears the BSA piled arms logo. The weapon's barrel is stamped 'BSA Guns England .22 Cal' also with the BSA piled arms logo. The left side of the barrel is stamped with the serial number 'GR03784 '. It has a small blade fore sight, adjustable rear sight & telescopic sight rail fitted with a Tasco Golden Antler telescopic sight. The sight is marked ‘Golden Antler, Tasco,, the optics of the sight work as they should. The weapon's metal work is undamaged and retains its original blue finish. The rifle loads and fires perfectly with a strong spring action. The rifle comes with its original BSA labelled cardboard box with foam lining. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Rifle the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale and delivery of this item. Sn 15982
£675.00

British 1853 Pattern Enfield Socket Bayonet For Enfield .577 Calibre Muzzle Loading Rifles & Scabbard. BAYO 327 - BAYO 327
This is an excellent, original, British 1853 Pattern Enfield socket bayonet for Enfield .577 Calibre muzzle loading rifles. It has a 17" Triform blade (20 ¾” overall) which is straight and has just light staining. The blade has a small inspection mark. The socket is complete with locking ring. The socket is numbered ‘374’. The Bayonet is complete with its rare to find original brown leather scabbard with brass locket and chape. The leather of the scabbard is undamaged & all stitching is intact. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 327
£345.00

British WW1 1916 Dated Brass 1" MK III Trench Flare / Signal Pistol By Cogswell & Harrison London. Sn 15976 - 15976
An excellent British WW1 brass 1" Mk. III Trench flare pistol made by Cogswell & Harrison London. It has its original wooden grips and It is stamped on the left side of the frame by the maker ‘Cogswell & Harrison London’ together with clear proof inspection marks, War Dept arrow, ’16 (1916 date) and ‘III’ (mark 3 designation). The right side is stamped with serial number '63148'. It has a military lanyard ring & breaks, cocks and dry fires as it should. The price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. NB As signal pistol deactivated to UK specification this item does not require a new UK/EU deactivation certificate. Sn 15976
£345.00

WW1 1916 British WD Wolseley Trench Warfare Barbed Wire Cutters. Sn 15998:12 - 15998:12
This is an original piece of WW1 dated trench warfare equipment. Barbed wire posed a significant obstacle to attacking troops: it slowed or prevented progress across the battle field and made soldiers easy targets while they were tangled or being cut free. 'Wiring parties' of engineers were tasked with cutting through barbed wire blockades, often at night, working silently to avoid detection. The cutters are in excellent fully functioning condition. The steel cutters have the correct expanding jaw & wood handles . The butt of one handle has a fixed steel lanyard ring. One steel arm is dated ‘1916’ and marked by the manufacturer ‘Wolseley’ (Wolseley had its origins in the Wolseley Sheep-Shearing Machine Company Limited, established in 1887 by Frederick Wolseley (1837-1899) and later went on to be the famous manufacturer of British cars). The other steel arm has a ‘WD arrow above 77’ mark. The cutters measure 20 ¼” overall length. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15998:12
£245.00
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