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**RESERVED**5/10***Rare* Russian Diving Knife & Brass/Bronze Sheath with Leather & Steel Belt Clip. ED 2680. - ED 2680
This is a very rare Russian Heavy diving knife with an un marked 20 ½ cm stainless chromed blade (31 ¾ cm overall), brass crossguard & pommel with undamaged rubber grip. It is contained in its brass/bronze sheath & leather and steel belt clip. The leather is in excellent condition. Weighing 1.4kg in total, this rare knife and sheath are very impressive. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2680.
£395.00

Victorian Italian Hunting Style Dagger with Etched blade and Polished Buffalo Horn Grips. 19917:9. - 19917:9
The stiletto blade is 14 cm in length (25 ¾ cm overall) and is etched to both sides. The brass coloured curved cross guard is below a carved polished Buffalo horn grip which is below a brass coloured pommel. The dark leather scabbard has brass coloured metalwork with the chape showing age related wear. There is an open hook for attachment to a pocket or belt to the rear. The price includes UK postage. 19917:9. (Drawers)
£395.00

*Scarce* WWI Austro-Hungarian Empire ‘Grabendolch’ M1917 Fighting Knife by Maker ‘Joachim Winternitz Neffe’ and Sheath. 19967. - 19967
A WWI Austrian Trench Knife with an un-fullered 20 ¾ cm (33 cm overall) tapering blade with spear-shaped point which is very good and only showing minor signs of wear. The makers mark is on one side of the ricasso which is a kneeling man with bow and arrow which is the ‘Joachim Winternitz Neffe’ trademark. There is a short false edge in the top of the blade. The knife has a small elliptical crossguard, and smooth round undamaged wooden grips secured with three rivets. It is accompanied with a simple smooth metal scabbard, which has a metal loop which is riveted above a metal stud onto one side that has a thick brown leather band that acts as a belt loop. The price includes UK delivery. 19967.
£495.00

Victorian Khyber Pass/ North West Frontier Afghan Armour Piercing Knife With Gilt Etched Blade, Bone Grip & Scabbard. Sn 8520. - Sn 8520
This is an excellent original Knife used by Afghan tribesmen in the Victorian North West Frontier campaign era. It has a heavy 9" single edged T section blade (14 ¾ " overall). The blade narrows from a broad 1 ½ " to a narrow heavy tip ideal for armour piercing. One side of the blade is decorated in an etched gilt foliate design. It has a facetted waist haft & heavy broad bone grip with brass mounts. The knife is complete with Brass mounted leather hide scabbard. The mounts are decorated with ornate panels. The upper mount has a small round belt / lanyard bar. Price for this great historic piece from the British North West Frontier campaigns includes UK delivery. Sn 8520.
£545.00

WW2 Chindit, Special Forces, Far East/ Burma Kukri Type Fighting Knife Marked 'Burma 12 (M) EB' & Scabbard. Sn 9175. - Sn 9175
The Chindits – officially in 1943 designated the 77th Indian Infantry Brigade and in 1944, the 3rd Indian Infantry Division were a British "Special Force" that served in Burma and India in 1943 and 1944 during the Burma Campaign in WW2. This is an original fighting/ survival knife with Kukri type blade carried by Chindit troops in Burma. It is similar to those illustrated on page 12 of British & Commonwealth Military knives by Flook. It has a broad 9 3/4" long curved kukri type blade which tapers to a sharp point. It measures 14" overall and has a brass cross guard and slab bone grips secured by 3 brass rivets. The cross guard is contemporarily punch marked '12 (M) EB' on one side and the reverse 'BURMA'. The scabbard is made of heavy duty leather, stitched along the seams and it has a large single belt loop. The scabbard has a small single retaining strap fitted to the body. The brass buckle of the strap is present & secure but the buckle is missing it's pin, & part of the leather tongue of the strap is absent. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9175. (Hunting & Survival Knives)
£795.00

*Rare* Italian Fighting Knife ‘Assaltatori' Assault Troops (FAT 58). ED 2668. - ED 2668
This is a rare and interesting Italian fighting knife better known as pugnale da assaltatori 58 San Marco, alluding to a famous elite unit that used it. .This is the model 1958 knife for assault troops. It bears much resemblance with both the Italian WWII fighting knives and Mannlicher-Carcano bayonets. The blade was made in 1958 in the army factory in Torino. The blade and wooden grips are in very good condition. The grips are held with two screw bolts and have the number ‘20’ painted to one side. The pommel has ‘15810’ crisply imprinted to it. The steel covered slab is still wearing some of its olive drab covering. A very collectable knife. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2668. (Fighting Knives)
£425.00

WWII Australian Wooden Gripped Combat Knife and Leather sheath. ED 2619. - ED 2619
This WWII wooden gripped combat knife was made by ‘Whittingslowe’ (William Whittingslowe arrived in Australia in about 1912. After working in various states he settled in South Australia and in the 1920's set up his own business, Whittingslowe Engineering specialises in ironworking and knife manufacturing. His firm produced a large amount of blade ware during World War 2. He also designed and built manufacturing equipment for General Motors Holden). The company trademark is on the ricasso. The blade length is: 15cm (28cm overall) and appears to have been re sharpened. The wooden grips are held with three pins and are in relatively good condition, only showing minor signs of wear. The thick dark brown leather sheath has a good aged patina; all of the stitching is intact. There is an integral belt loop with a press studded holder *showing signs of age related wear. See ‘British and Commonwealth Military Knives’ by Ron Flook. The price includes UK postage. ED 2619.
£495.00

WWII Australian Wooden Gripped Combat Knife and Leather sheath. ED 2666. - ED 2666
This WWII wooden gripped combat knife was made by ‘Whittingslowe’ (William Whittingslowe arrived in Australia in about 1912. After working in various states he settled in South Australia and in the 1920's set up his own business, ‘Whittingslowe Engineering’ specialising in ironworking and knife manufacturing. His firm produced a large amount of blade ware during World War II. He also designed and built manufacturing equipment for General Motors Holden). The company trademark is on the ricasso. The blade length is: 15cm (28cm overall) and appears to have been re sharpened and has the ‘Whittingslowe’ stamp. The wooden grips are held with three pins and are in relatively good condition, only showing minor signs of wear. The thick dark brown leather sheath has a good aged patina; all of the stitching is mostly intact. There is an integral belt loop. See ‘British and Commonwealth Military Knives’ by Ron Flook page 174. The price includes UK postage. ED 2666. (Drawers)
£475.00

WW2 Australian Wood Gripped Fighting Knife By East Bros. Sydney. Sn 11617. - 11617
A WW2 Australian wood gripped fighting knife by East Brothers, Sydney which are one of 4 known makers of these knives. This version of the Australian fighting knife was used by the Australians and also made under contact for the US Forces based in Australia during WW2. The knife has contemporary personalised dark wood grips secured with three steel rivets. The slab gips have a hand carved initial on one side "H W" and also the official Australian inspection mark of ‘EW’. It has a thin steel straight cross guard *slight movement*. The blade is a single edged spear-point blade which is in good condition. The ricasso is stamped on one side with "East Bros. Sydney". The blade measures 6" long, 11 ¼ " overall. See page 174 in 'The British and Commonwealth Military Knives' book by Ron Flook. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11617. (Fighting Knives)
£395.00

'Unknown Origin' (Possibly Italian ‘Arditi’) 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 ¼ " 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. Sn 8424:49.
£225.00
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