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Arthur Wright & Son, Sheffield Hand Made Skinning Knife With Polished Buffalo Horn Grips & Sheath. 19299 - 19299
Founded in 1947, Arthur Wrights is a traditional Sheffield Pen and Pocket knife manufacturer. All of their knives are hand made using methods passed down from generation to generation. This is a skinning Knife hand made by Arthur Wright & Son. It has a perfect 10 ½ cm un- resharpened long blade which is a broad 2 ½ cm. The blade is stamped with the famous Knife makers name on one side ‘A.Wright & Son Ltd Sheffield England’. It has attractive polished Buffalo horn scales secured by brass rivets with a brass cord hole. This impressive knife is 21 ½” cm in length overall and is complete with its brown leather sheath with belt loop. All stitching and leather of the sheath are intact. Price for this impressive Skinning knife includes UK delivery. 19299.
£195.00

**MINT**1990’s P. Henry & Son Sheffield Custom Made Skinner Knife & Open Top Leather Scabbard. ED 2593 - ED 2593
We cannot find P. Henry in Knife books but internet resources indicate that P. Henry the manufacturer was actually Mr Harry Lovejoy as he was the proprietor of P Henry & Son in Sheffield England and that these knives were made approx. 30 yrs ago. This is a P.Henry & Son custom made skinner. The pritstine 4” blade is signed ‘P.Henry & Son’. It has undamaged wood scales secured by brass pins, small brass finger guard bolsters and butt cap bolsters with tooled decoration. Its open top brown leather scabbard has riveted and stitched edges and single belt loop to the rear. All leather is clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2593
£295.00

French Indo China / Vietnam War Era Aluminium Handled Combat Dagger & Scabbard. ED 2590. - ED2590
These Combat knives were carried by French Troops during the Indo China War in the 1950’s and American Troops found them still in service with the Vietnamese during the Vietnam War (see page 122 of The Military Knife & Bayonet By Brett). This original example has the correct 1 piece cast Aluminium handle with finger guard & stippled panels on either side. It has a 6” single edged blade with short fuller on one side. The blade and handle have staining and areas of pitting consistent with age and service use. It is complete with original leather scabbard which has an integral belt loop with retaining strap and press stud fastener. All rivets stitching and leather of the scabbard are intact. Price includes UK delivery. ED 2590.
£395.00

WW1 1918, U.S. Army Model 1917 Machine Gunner’s Bolo Fighting Knife By Plumb Philadelphia & Matching 1918 Dated Scabbard By Brauer Bros . Sn 18256 - 18256
The model 1917 U.S. Machine Gunner’s bolo knife originated from the form of the Springfield 1903 pattern bolo bayonet, identical to the bayonet but without bayonet fittings (see page 66 plates 316 & 317 of Fighting Knives by Fred Stephens). The hilt is steel with contoured wood grips secured by 2 screw bolts. It has a contoured flat steel cross guard holed for wrist loop and heavy 10 ¼” bolo shaped blued steel blade ideal for cutting dense foliage and digging machine gun emplacements. The ricasso is stamped on one side by the maker ‘Plumb Phil’ and dated ‘1918’. The reverse has model detail ‘Mod 1917’ and ‘U.S’ (U.S. Army). Its original scabbard is canvas covered wood with reinforced leather chape and brass wire hanging bar. The canvas has 3 small indistinct printed ink letters. The leather chape is impressed by the maker ‘Brauer Bros’ and has matching date ‘1918’. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18256
£675.00

WW2 Wood Hilt Fairbairn- Sykes, FS Far East Commando Fighting Knife & Correct Scabbard. Sn 19035 - 19035
An original WW2, FS Far East Operations dagger and correct scabbard in very good condition (see Page 137 of The Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife & Other Commando Knives By Flook). The hilt is natural wood with grooved grip and an oval steel cross guard (these daggers were made with both steel and brass cross guards, see item 9.33 page 137 of Flook’s book). The wood handle has a couple of fine old stable cracks near to the cross guard only visible on close inspection. The cracks are stable and the hilt and blade secure with no movement. The pommel has the correct screw bolt. It has a 175mm steel dagger blade with medial ridge. The blade has areas of light staining consistent with age. The dagger has its original correct leather scabbard with belt loop and retaining strap with stud fastener. The riveted and stitched scabbard is in the same very good condition, clean with all leather and stitching intact. The leather is impressed ‘Made In Sheffield England’. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 19035
£475.00

**RARE**French Foreign Legion Paratroopers Fighting Knife Converted From 1916 Dated Winchester U.S. Army Pattern 1913 Bayonet With Scabbard. ED 2586 - ED 2586
A rare example of the French Foreign Legion fighting knife officially made after WW2 by converting a Pattern 1916 U.S. Army Winchester 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'. The bayonets slab wood grips with grooves are secured by the correct screw bolts. It’s sprung bayonet lug button works correctly. The shortened fullered blade measures 7 ¼ ” length (12” overall). The blade is blackened. The cross guard has correctly had its muzzle ring removed leaving a small finger guard. One side of the blade has 1916 (pattern) above ‘W’. The reverse has numerous inspection marks. The shortened steel mounted leather scabbard has the correct added leather frog with belt loop & retaining strap with press stud fastener. The leather of the scabbard has original green paint finish. The price for this rare fighting knife includes UK delivery. ED 2586.
£495.00

WW1 Era Italian Fighting Knife Trench Fighting Dagger & Steel Scabbard. ED 2359 - ED 2359
This is an excellent original WW1 era Italian Fighting Knife & Scabbard. (see page 75 plate 375 of Stephen’s book ‘Fighting Knives’). The knife has an 8” single edged blade which has no damage and just light staining consistent with age. It measures 12 ¾” overall. It has the correct slab wood grips secured by rivets & oval steel cross guard. One grip has contemporary hand carved ‘zig-zags most likely applied to improve grip. The blade has a small ‘kneeling archer’ trademark. The knife is complete with its original steel scabbard with fixed steel belt loops. The scabbard retains much of its original black paint. The price includes UK delivery ED 2359
£475.00

**RARE**French Foreign Legion Paratroopers Fighting Knife Converted From 1917 Dated Remington U.S. Army Pattern 1913 Bayonet With Scabbard. ED 2579 - ED 2579
A rare example of the French Foreign Legion fighting knife officially made after WW2 by converting a Pattern 1913 U.S. Army 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'. The bayonets slab wood grips with grooves are secured by the correct screw bolts. It’s sprung bayonet lug button works correctly. The shortened fullered blade measures 7 ½” length (12 ½” overall). The blade is blackened. The cross guard has correctly had its muzzle ring removed leaving a small finger guard. One side of the blade has 1913 (pattern) above Remington roundel. The reverse has Frankford arsenal ignited grenade mark U.S (army) mark and ‘7 ’17 date (July 1917). The shortened steel mounted leather scabbard has the correct added leather frog with belt loop & retaining strap with press stud fastener. The leather of the scabbard has original green paint finish. The price for this rare fighting knife includes UK delivery. ED 2579
£475.00

U.S WWII ‘Utica’ M3 Fighting Knife andM8 Scabbard With Integral Frog By BM Co . 19170. - 19170
It is marked to the ricasso with ‘U.C.’ (Utica Cutlery) The compressed leather ringed handle and blade are showing signs of use. The top of the pommel has the 'ignited grenade' Frankford Arsenal mark. The pommel is double pinned. The blade is in good condition showing signs of wear. The knife is complete with original green plastic M8 scabbard with integral green webbing frog which has a single retaining strap and press stud fastener. The upper mount of the scabbard is stamped 'USM8' & by the manufacturer 'BM Co'. A good collectors item. Price includes UK delivery. 19170.
£345.00

Glazed Wood Framed ‘Jambiya With Silver Filigree Sheath. 19141. - 19141
A jambiya, also spelled janbiya, jambya, jambia and janbia (Arabic: janbīyah), is a specific type of dagger with a short curved blade with a medial ridge that originated from Hadhramaut and Yemen. It is most closely associated with the people of Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Somalia. Despite the cultural significance of the jambiya, it is still a weapon. Although people have used it in times of dispute, there are societal norms that must be followed in order to avoid defamation. The jambiya should only come out of its sheath in extreme cases of conflict. It is also commonly used in traditional events, such as dances. Like with some other curved knives, as the blade bends towards the opponent, the user need not angle the wrist, which makes it more comfortable as a stabbing weapon than straight-bladed knives. Its heavy blade enables the user to inflict deep wounds. The blade is 8cm long and the dagger is 15 ½ cm in total length. The Jambiya is encased in an ornate wall hang able frame/case and mounted on dark red velvet. Filigree is a delicate jewellery embellishment in which fine, pliable threads of precious metal are twisted or curled into a design and then soldered onto (or into) a piece of jewellery. This is a striking piece for the collector. UK postage and packaging is included in the sale of this item. 19141.
£245.00
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