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C1920’s English George Butler & Co Sheffield ‘Key’ Trademark Shooter’s / Sportsman’s Multi Blade / Tool Folding Knife With Shotgun Cartridge Extractor Tool ‘16’ & ‘12’ Bores & German Silver Scales. Sn 16676 - 16676
The English cutlers George Butler & Co Sheffield are recorded C1810-1952. Located at their Trinity Works, the Company used a ‘key’ trademark (see pages 169-170 of the Sheffield knife Book by Tweedale). This is a nice original, British Sheffield made Shooter’s / Sportsman’s Folding Knife. It has a 2” single edged blade, a 3” single edged blade (both very sharp), claw blade, corkscrew, spike, button hook & gimlet. It also has a shotgun cartridge removal tool marked ‘16’ and ‘12’ (shotgun cartridge bores). Some of the blades are stamped by the Sheffield manufacturer 'Butler & Co' with 'key' trademark and ‘Sheffield Art England’. All have staining consistent with age but no damage. It has German Silver scales and lanyard shackle. When closed the knife measures 4 ¾” length (including shackle). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16676
£345.00

Victorian 2 Bladed Folding Knife By Taylor Of Sheffield. ED 2462 - ED 2462
This is a 2 bladed folding knife by Taylor of Sheffield The main blade is marked REAL KNIFE and their trademark of an eye over WITNESS and both blades are stamped TAYLOR SHEFFIELD .This was one of the trading names of Needham, Veall and Tyzack Limited who operated from the Eye Witness Works, Milton Street, Sheffield. The grips are gouged bone held by 4 rivets. The knife measures 4 5/8” closed and 8 1/4” opened. The blades have just staining consistent with age. Each of the grips have one fine stress crack each due to age but are both secure. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2462
£175.00

Victorian 5 Function Horsemans Knife By Harrison Bros & Howson Of Sheffield. ED 2459 - ED 2459
This is a good quality stag handled 5 Function Horsemans Knife by Harrison Bros& Howson of Sheffield of 45 Norfolk Street and carries the HARRISON BROS AND HOWSON monogram on one of the blades. The firm came into existence in1847 and thrived during the Victorian period but went into decline after WW1 and was sold to Viners in 1959. Harrisons were considered to be one of the top 6 Sheffield cutlery makers and in 1911 were employing around 600 workers. The knife carries a blank silver cartouche to one grip and has wear and tear commensurate with its age. Each of the grips have one fine stress crack each due to age but are both secure. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2459
£225.00

Victorian 5 Function Horsemans Knife By William Whiteley Of Sheffield. ED 2458 - ED 2458
This is a good quality stag handled 5 Function Horsemans Knife by William Whiteley Of Sheffield of 29 Rockingham Street and carries W. WHITELEY and his trademark of 332 on one of the blades. Whitleys was founded in 1760 and is still going strong as the last industrial scissor makers in the U.K. and the oldest scissor smiths in the western world. During the Victorian period, they also made pocket knives but only in small quantities making this a rare item. This knife is complete with its lanyard ring and has wear and tear commensurate with its age. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2458
£275.00

Victorian 5 Function Horsemans Knife by Lockwood Brothers Of Sheffield ED 2453 - ED 2453
Victorian 5 Function Horsemans Knife by Lockwood Brothers Of Sheffield ED 2453 This is a good quality stag handled horsemans knife with 2 blades and 3 tools by Lockwood brothers of Sheffield. One blade caries the C+X over Lockwood Brothers of Sheffield trade mark and the other the same trade mark plus “REAL KNIFE” AND A RUNNING OSTRICH OVER PAMPA. THIS WAS AN INDICATION OF Lockwoods South American market. The firm could trace its roots back to 1767 but by 1933 it had disappeared from local directories. The knife measures 4 inches long with an opened length of 6 ¼ inches. One of the grips is chipped as shown in the images but is secure. This knife carries a blank silver shield to one grip and has wear and tear commensurate with its age. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2453
£275.00

VERY RARE’, Original Baldock 1902 Patent Spear Knife All Steel Construction Survival ‘Knife Spear’ By James Dixon & Sons Sheffield For Walter Locke & Co London With Original Scabbard. Sn 16422 - 16422
Developed by Colonel Baldock of the Merwara Battalion of Queen Victoria's Indian Army in the 1870s and patented by him in 1902, this is the forerunner of all modern day Combat/Fighting/Survival Knives. With an inspired development Colonel Baldock introduced this all steel fearsome knife which easily converts to a spear with the attachment of any handy wood pole or branch that might be found in the field. The hilt is all Steel with a floating knurled collar that, when secured in the rear position, will lock onto any wood shaft pushed into the hollow adjustable tubular hilt by means of internal securing spikes. The locking mechanism resembles that of the old muzzle loading socket bayonet attachment. British Gunsmiths Walter Locke & Co 391 Strand, London C1892-C1920 were primarily known as the outlet for Baldock Knife Spears (see page 99 & 100 of The London Knife Book By Flook. Page 99 of the book shows an image of the Baldock Knife Spear & Scabbard). These rare knives are sometimes found with the Baldock and Walter Locke names or with a licenced manufacturer name on the blade, however it is very rare to find examples with Baldock, Walter Locke & Co and a manufacturer name all on one blade. This is an excellent original example of the Baldock Patent Knife Spear. It has the correct all steel hollow hilt with floating collar which works correctly, a small oval brass finger guard and measures 345mm overall. The 226mm spear point blade has fullers and a deep 110mm saw back section on the back edge. The blade is crisply marked ‘Baldock Knife Spear Made Expressly For Walter Locke & Co Ltd Patented’ and with the rare to find additional licenced manufacturer’s name ‘James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, England’. The knife is complete with its original brown leather riveted and stitched scabbard.The leather has a small tooled foliate cartouche to the front. The price for this rare survival knife with scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 16422
£1,795.00

Large David North Of Killamarsh Sheffield Cutlery Hilt Bowie Knife & Scabbard. ED 2429 - ED 2429
David North of Killamarsh Sheffield is a manufacturer of quality knives. This impressive, large, Bowie was made by David North. The polished steel, deep swept, Bowie blade is 9 ¾” long and 1 ½” broad at its widest. The knife measures 14 ¾” overall length. The ricasso is signed 'David North Sheffield England'. The knife has brass cross guard and ornate brass, cutlery form hilt. The knife comes with its quality bespoke Saddler hand made leather scabbard with integral belt loop. The Bowie fits the scabbard snugly. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2429
£425.00

WW2 Era Nazi German Third Reich Dagger Hanger Straps With DRGM Marked Clip. Sn 16038 - 16038
These are a set of original Nazi German Third Reich dagger hanger straps. The black velvet straps have bullion embroidery braid facing. Alloy oak leaf, decorated rectangular buckles and sliders. Alloy Oak leaf sprung hooks one with Nazi ‘DRGM’ quality assurance mark and plain sprung alloy belt clip. The hangers measure 9 ½” overall length including clips. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16038
£225.00

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

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
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