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Indian WW2 Era Kukri And Scabbard. ED 2514 - ED 2514
This is a good condition WW2 era Gurkha Kukri. The kukri is stamped on the blade with MILITARY SUPPLY SINDICATE BY NEIGATE. The kukri has a wood and brass mounted handle and it is contained in its black leather scabbard with a plated chape. There are 2 small skinning knives in the mouthpiece. The price includes U.K. delivery. ED 2514
£125.00

SOLD SOLD (26/06) 18th Century Japanese O’Tanto (Large Tanto) Koshirae Mounts With Ona Tsunagi Wooden Blade Inscribed With Name Of Original Blade Maker ‘Bizen Osafune Kiyo’ & Fine Quality Saya Scabbard With Expert Assessment Label. ED 2511 - ED 2511
These O’Tanto mounts have been assessed by a UK based Japanese sword expert Bill Tagg. His assessment label accompanies this piece. The label states ‘Set of mounts on Tsunagi No Kodjuka. All iron fittings look 18th Century. Fine Quality saya. Wood blade is inscribed With Name Of Original Blade maker Bizen Osafune Kiyo’. These mounts are for an O’Tanto with a cutting edge of 26cms. The scabbard is fitted with later cord. The price for this piece with expert assessment label includes UK delivery. ED 2511
£0.00

Victorian Era North West Frontier Pesh-Kabz Choora / Khyber Afghan Armour Piercing Knife With Ornately Tooled Hilt, Polished Bone & Horn Sectioned Grips & Scabbard. Sn 17427:7 - 17427:7
The Pesh-Kabz or Choora is a type of Perso-Afghan knife designed to penetrate chain mail armour (see page 494 of Stone's book 'A Glossary Of Arms & Armour'). The knives were typically used as a thrusting weapon, however, the wide ‘T’ section blade also possesses considerable slicing performance, and as such may also be used effectively with slashing or cutting strokes. During the British Colonial rule in India, the British frequently referred to all Afghan blades of this pattern collectively as "Afghan knives" or "Khyber knives", after the Khyber Pass that marked the transition from British India to the nation of Afghanistan. In India, manufacture of the pesh-kabz was centred in the northern city of Bhera, now part of Pakistan. During the First and Second Anglo-Afghan wars, the pesh-kabz was frequently the weapon of choice for finishing off wounded British and colonial troops, as the Afghan tribesmen did not take prisoners except for use as hostages. This is an attractive original example of the pesh-kabz / choora made in the Victorian era. It has an 8" single edged T section blade (12 ¾” overall). The blade with single edge narrows to a pin sharp point. The back of the blade has a small section of hand tooled decoration. The blade has staining consistent with age and a few small nibbles to the cutting edge consistent with use. It has the correct curved pronged pommel with small metal plate protrusion (most likely for cord attachment) and finger guard. The brass grip frame is decorated with crude hand tooled geometric and foliate designs with naïve red & orange enamel effect highlights. The scales are formed from sections of bone and polished horn. The knife is complete with its original wood lined, brass covered scabbard. The scabbard has ornate hand tooled foliate decoration. The throat has a copper plate insert. The scabbard has some minor dents consistent with age. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17427:7
£225.00

Victorian Era North West Frontier Pesh-Kabz Choora / Khyber Afghan Armour Piercing Knife With Polished Bone / Antique Ivory Scales & Ornately Hand Tooled Brass Wrapped Wood Scabbard. Sn 17427:6 - 17427:6
The Pesh-Kabz or Choora is a type of Perso-Afghan knife designed to penetrate chain mail armour (see page 494 of Stone's book 'A Glossary Of Arms & Armour'). The knives were typically used as a thrusting weapon, however, the wide ‘T’ section blade also possesses considerable slicing performance, and as such may also be used effectively with slashing or cutting strokes. During the British Colonial rule in India, the British frequently referred to all Afghan blades of this pattern collectively as "Afghan knives" or "Khyber knives", after the Khyber Pass that marked the transition from British India to the nation of Afghanistan. In India, manufacture of the pesh-kabz was centred in the northern city of Bhera, now part of Pakistan. During the First and Second Anglo-Afghan wars, the pesh-kabz was frequently the weapon of choice for finishing off wounded British and colonial troops, as the Afghan tribesmen did not take prisoners except for use as hostages. This is a very good original example of the pesh-kabz / choora made in the Victorian era. It has an 8 ¼” single edged T section blade (13” overall). The blade with single edge and slight curve narrows to a pin sharp point. A small steel finger guard is riveted to the blade at the hilt and the spine of the blade at the hilt has a small section of scalloped decoration. The blade has just staining consistent with age. The knife has a small fixed metal bar protruding from the pommel grip frame most likely for cord attachment. The scales are polished bone or antique ivory secured to the tang by steel pins. The knife is complete with its original wood lined, brass wrapped scabbard. The scabbard has ornate hand tooled decoration. The tip of the scabbard is curved and has an ornate copper collar around the neck of the brass finial. The scabbard has some minor dents to be expected of a native weapon of its age. The throat of the scabbard has an integral small belt ring for lanyard. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17427:6
£195.00

Late 1800's- Early 1900's, Arab Jambiya Knife With Ornate Hand Tooled White Metal Hilt Mounts Curved Double Edged Blade & Ornate Hand Tooled White Metal Covered Wood Scabbard With Hanging Rings & Cord. Sn 17427:5 - 17427:5
The Jambiya also known as the Arab knife is in some modification found in every country in which the Arabs have lived. The blade is always curved and double edged (see pages 310 to 314 of ‘A Glossary Of The Construction Decoration & Use Of Arms & Armour by Stone where many variants of Jambiya are described and illustrated). This is an excellent Jambiya most likely made in the late 1800's -Early 1900's. It has a typical 8 ¾” long double edged curved steel blade blade. The black stained wood handle has ornate hand tooled white metal hilt mounts with ball end pommel mount. The dagger measures 16 ½” overall and is complete with its original wood scabbard covered with white metal which is intricately hand tooled with decoration. The scabbard has a curved tip with white metal finial & 2 original white metal hanging rings fitted with later cord. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17427:5
£325.00

Late 1800's- Early 1900's, Large Malayan Native Kris Dagger With Ornate Grotesque Figure Carved Hilt With ‘Jewelled’ Collar, Hand Forged Acid Wash Blade & Ornate Carved Wood Scabbard. Sn 17427:4 - 17427:4
The kris is a type of dagger,traditionally worn as a status symbol and carried by warriors. These Malayan daggers were said to have originated in Java in the 14th Century but were adopted in all parts of the Archipelago with broad variations between the islands of Bali, Java & Sumatra. The kris is characterised by its distinctive wavy blade (see 383 to 393 of ‘A Glossary Of The Construction Decoration & Use Of Arms & Armour by Stone where many variants of kris are described and illustrated). The blade is given its characteristic shape by folding different types of metal together and then washing it in acid. Kris were often infused with arsenic to add colour / brightness during their forging but the method of doing this was a closely guarded secret among blacksmiths. This is an excellent Malayan Kris most likely made in the late 1800's -Early 1900's. It has a beautiful 16" long acid washed, hand forged Kris blade which incorporates its ornate barbed design at the hand guard. The wood handle is hand carved with typical grotesque figure and it has a gold coloured metal ferrule inset with coloured ‘jewels’. The dagger measures 21 ½” overall and is complete with its original wood scabbard intricately hand carved with grotesque figures and foliate devices. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17427:4
£495.00

RARE, Late 1800’s French Barbelin A Plombieres Horseman's / Coachman's Multi Bladed Folding Knife With 13 Blades / Tools & Stag Antler Scales. Sn 17294 - 17294
This is a rare to find French Horseman's / Coachman’s Multi Bladed Clasp Knife.. The knife has 3 blades, 8 fold out tools and 2 removable tools. The larger 3 ½” single edged blade is signed ‘Barbelin A Plombieres’ most likely a French maker or retailer. The tools which can be seen in the images fold neatly into its brass lined steel frame which has Stag antler scales secured by pins and has ribbed steel bolsters. One scale is mounted with a void German Silver plate. Slotted into the scales are 2 removable tools which consist of a spike and a pair of tweezers. Closed the knife measures 4 ½” length. The length with larger single edged blade open measures 8” overall. The price for this French knife worthy of further research regarding the signatures includes UK delivery. Sn 17294
£595.00

Late Edo Period Japanese Handachi Style Tanto Kosherae Mounts With Ona Tsunagi wooden Blade, Black Lacquer Scabbard & Expert Assessment. Sn 17214:2 - 17214:2
The Edo period is the period between 1603 and 1868 in the history of Japan. These late Edo period Tanto mounts have been assessed by a UK based Japanese sword expert Bill Tagg. His assessment accompanies this piece. In exerts from the assessment he states ‘Ona Tsunagi (wooden Blade), a soft metal mounted set of fuchi/ kashira & saya mounts in Handachi style. A string bound tsuka with copper menuki, oval shaped sentoku (mixed metal) tsuba. The saya in crinkle black lacquer. This is a late Edo mount for a dagger with a cutting edge of 12 inches. Reasonable quality’ . The price for this piece with expert assessment includes UK delivery. Sn 17214:2
£375.00

SOLD SOLD (05/06) French Model 1833 Naval Boarding Dirk / Fighting Knife With Triangular Section Blade & Scabbard. Sn 17190 - 17190
These dirks were carried by French Navy boarding parties when attacking enemy ships. They were normally carried as a back up to a cutlass, axe or pike. Many of these weapons found their way into the Union and Confederate Navies before the outbreak of the American Civil War. Our example of the M 1833 dirk is in excellent condition. It has the correct 6 ¾” triangular section blade. The blade has just staining consistent with age. The blade has small inspection marks. Its wood handle has no damage and correct pommel nut. The brass finger guard has crisp Naval ‘anchor’ and other inspection marks (all illustrated). The dirk is contained in its original triangular form steel scabbard with ball end. The throat of the scabbard is slotted on the back for belt strap. A later riveted belt strap is attached. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17190
£0.00

Boxed, C1960’s David Andersen Norway Peer Gynt Kniven Tollekniv Viking Knife With Curly Birch Handle & Open Top Leather Scabbard With Norwegian 925 Sterling Silver Mounts. Sn 17028 - 17028
This is an original, boxed Hunting / Fishing Viking knife made C1960’s by the Norwegian Cutler David Andersen with its original silver mounted scabbard. It is 8 ½” overall length with a sharp, 4” steel drop point blade. The blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer ‘David-Andersen Norway’. The knife has an undamaged solid curly birch wood handle. The hilt has a polished Norwegian silver ferrule. The knife comes with its original open top, black leather scabbard which has a Silver throat mount marked ‘D-A 925S Norway Sterling’ together with Norwegian scales hallmark (illustrated). The throat mount has an integral black leather belt loop. The scabbard has a stitched rear seam and Norwegian silver chape. All leather & stitching of the scabbard are intact. The knife has its original cardboard box, with care instructions and details of the Peer Gynt Kniven history of rural Tollekniv Norwegian knife making. It also describes all fittings of the knife hilt and scabbard as being Norwegian Silver. The felt lined box is contoured to fit the knife and the inside of the lid has gold lettering ‘Peer Gynt Kniven’. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17028
£345.00
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