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Dutch Mansvelt Gravenhage Model 1880 Naval Officer’s Dirk / Marine Ponjaard With Antique Marine Ivory Hilt, Etched Blade & Scabbard. Sn 21523 - 21523
This is an excellent original Model 1880 Naval Officer’s Dirk / Marine Ponjaard & Scabbard. It has a 9 ½” dagger blade with medial ridge and measures 13 ¾” overall. The blade is undamaged and has just light staining to be expected with age. Both sides of the blade have lightly etched decoration including the makers name which appears to read ‘Mansvelt Gravenhage’ within banners in a foliate panel and entwined fish device. It has a brass cross guard with finials and cast anchor decoration on one side. The reverse is numbered ‘645’. It has a brass pommel cap undamaged Marine Ivory hilt with grooved decoration. The dirk is complete with its original brass scabbard with 2 brass hanging rings. The front of the scabbard has hand tooled foliate and anchor decoration. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 21523 (Antique Ivory Content Comprises Less Than 10% Volume & Weight) dirk is small fixed blades box storeroom
£395.00

Webley Premier 'E' Series .22 Calibre Air Pistol. AI 744. - AI 744
The Webley Premier 'E' series was introduced in 1972. The 'E' Series designation was stamped on the frame near to or under the left grip (see 119/120 of Webley Air Pistols By Bruce). This is a very good Webley Premier 'E' Series .22 Calibre Air Pistol. It is undamaged but showing minor signs of age related wear *front/side of cylinder* with original finish and undamaged brown plastic grips with embossed Webley logos. The right side of the cylinder has its original manufacturers 'Webley & Scott Ltd Made in England'. The front of the cylinder is stamped with batch number '1940' and also under the grip. It has a blade foresight & adjustable rear sight and it cocks and fires perfectly with a strong spring action. See 'A Collectors Guide to Air Pistols by Dennis E. Hiller pages 221-236. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Pistol the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 744.
£275.00

Dutch W.Vervloet S.Gravenhage Model 1880 Naval Officer’s Dirk / Marine Ponjaard With Antique Marine Ivory Hilt, Etched Blade & Brass Mounted Leather Scabbard. Sn 21524 - 21524
This is an excellent original Model 1880 Naval Officer’s Dirk / Marine Ponjaard & Scabbard. It has a 9 ½” dagger blade with medial ridge and measures 13 ¾” overall. The blade is undamaged and has just light staining to be expected with age. Both sides of the blade have lightly etched decoration with marine fouled anchor device & the makers names ‘W. Vervloet S.Gravenhage’ within a foliate panel. It has a brass cross guard with finials and cast anchor decoration on one side. The cross guard is numbered ‘200’. It has a brass pommel cap, Marine Ivory hilt with grooved decoration. The dirk is complete with leather bound wood scabbard with brass mounts & 2 brass hanging rings. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 21524 (Antique Ivory Content Comprises Less Than 10% Volume & Weight). Dirk is small fixed blades box storeroom
£395.00

Pre 1958 Webley Junior Series 2 .177 Calibre Air Pistol. AI 745. - AI 745
This is an excellent Webley Junior Series 2 .177 Calibre Air pistol (see pages 95 to 108 of Bruce’s book ‘Webley Air pistols’). It is undamaged only showing minor signs of age with original finish and black plastic grips with embossed Webley logos. The left side of the cylinder is stamped 'The Webley Junior .177 Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham 4 Made in England' (In 1958 Webley relocated their factory from Birmingham 4 to Birmingham 21 Postal area. Weapons produced after 1958 were marked either Birmingham or Birmingham 21). The front of the cylinder is stamped with serial / batch number '1508'. It has a blade foresight & adjustable rear sight and it cocks and fires perfectly with a strong spring action. Price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Pistol the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 745.
£225.00

*Very Rare 1981 New/Un-used* Boxed Webley Tempest .22. with Original Accessories. 21056. 21056. - 21056
Production of the original Tempest started in 1979 and was the result of Webley returning to a more compact design following some adverse feedback from customers who found the Hurricane a bit too cumbersome to handle and shoot. Until 1981 the pistol had its name displayed as a single word, ‘Tempest’ at each side of the plastic fore end. Other marking, in the form of ‘Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham England’ on the underside of the fore end. After July 1981, however the pistol name was changed to ’Webley Tempest’ applied in a slightly different font. At the same time, the factory identification became ‘Webley & Scott Ltd Made in England’. An additional symbol in the form of a letter F with a pentagon was also added to all pistols except those designated for export to the USA. This example is an un-used 1981 pistol in .22 calibre in its original box with original un-opened Webley pellets, Webley paper targets with target holder (un-opened) and sight adjustment key. It has its Webley swing tag, final inspection card/ dated guarantee card (25th July 1981) and care and maintenance sheet. It appears that this pistol was purchased on the 25th July 1981 not used and left in a cupboard until now! You will find it extremely difficult to find a pre-1981 in such original un-used condition anywhere else. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Pistol the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. 21056.
£475.00

WWII German Waffen SS Buckle. N 190. - N 190
The belt buckle was an important part of the regalia worn by all uniformed military, civil, political and paramilitary organizations during the Third Reich. The belt (“Koppel”) was part of the uniform and would always be worn while on duty. The belt buckle (“Koppelschloss”) was generally specific to each organization, with many organizations having separate belt buckles for officers and for enlisted personnel, sometimes with different colours and finishes to further denote specific purposes. The buckles were adorned with various mottos and designs specific to the organisations for which they were intended. Many designs used the German national eagle emblem, in a variety of forms. This Waffen SS Buckle is an excellent example of the style of belt buckle made for issue to enlisted men of the SS from the late 1930s until the early part of WWII. The front shows only light wear, and retains lots of detail as well as a light, appealing patina *see images*. The reverse is complete and sound, with an integral catch for the belt hook and a typical roller bar and prongs assembly for attaching it to a belt. The price includes UK delivery. N 190.
£195.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Original Early WW2 American Pineapple Mk 2 High Explosive Hand Grenade. - O 2108
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an original early WW2 American Pineapple Mk 2 high explosive hand grenade first adopted in 1918 and used throughout the Second World War. This example has a segmented cast iron body with a letter N cast into the side. This hand grenade retains much of its original yellow painted finish underneath the later olive painted refinish none circa 1942 to old stock grenades. This yellow finish was changed to olive green in 1942 due to the grenade easily being highlighted by the yellow paint. The green blended easier with the green uniform. This grenade is fitted with its M10A2 fuse which is complete with its original fly off lever and safety pin/ring. The grenade has no hole in its base. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 2108
£245.00

English C1783-1792 Henshaw Cambridge Flintlock Traveling Pocket Pistol With 38 Bore Screw Off Cannon Barrel With Ornate Silver Butt Cap. Sn 21393:62 - 21393:62
John Henshaw was an English gunmaker recorded as working in Cambridge 1783-1792 when the business was then continued by his widow (name unknown) see page 98 of English Gunmakers by Baily & Nie. This is an excellent flintlock pistol by Henshaw. It is 7 ¾” overall length with 2”, turn off cannon barrel. The barrel’s smoothbore is clean. The underside of the action has crisp black powder proofs / inspection marks and number ‘2’. The action has foliate engraved decoration & scrolling banners one side signed with ‘I. Henshaw’ (most likely John Henshaw, his widow or one of his family. We cannot find a Cambridge gunmaker named I. Henshaw in our books). The cocking and firing mechanisms work crisply. The original walnut stock is excellent, chequered for grip & undamaged. The butt is fitted with an ornate silver butt cap depicting a basket of flowers and bird. The price includes UK delivery. NB As an antique flintlock pistol no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Sn 21393:62
£675.00

WW1 Turkish / Ottoman Prisoner Of War Hand Made Beaded Walking Stick. Sn 21566 - 21566
WW1 Turkish / Ottoman Empire prisoners of war made many items whilst in captivity. It kept them occupied and was an avenue for them to earn money to supplement their rations and purchase items they required. Some prisoners even sent them home as gifts for family members or used them to barter with other prisoners. The Australian Memorial's collection of Ottoman prisoner beadwork includes snakes, lizards, bags, bookmarks and jewellery and other items such as this walking stick. All were handmade with small glass beads using either beaded crochet method or weaving on small looms. Not all the of the prisoners who made the items were ethnically Turkish. The Ottoman Empire stretched from the Balkans to the Sinai. This means that the makers could have been Turkish, Kurdish, Arab, Greek, or Eastern European. This WW1 Turkish / Ottoman Prisoner Of War Beaded walking stick measures 35 ¼” overall length. The wood shaft with small curved top is bound with typical colourful beads. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 21566
£275.00

**RARE** Nazi German / WW2 Era, Brass Handled Kriegsmarine Diver's Knife By J.A. Henckels Solingen With ‘Drop Point Steel Blade, Screw Thread Hilt & Brass Scabbard. Sn 21559 - 21559
This is a rare, original, Nazi era Diver's knife and scabbard as used by Kriegsmarine divers in excellent condition. Made by J.A. Henckels the famous Solingen cutler, the knife has a broad 7 ½” long single edged blade with drop point & measures 13 ½” overall. The clean blade has the German manufacturer’s trademark which belongs to J.A. Henckels. It has a heavy brass hilt ribbed for grip and integral threaded brass ferrule which securely screws into the throat of its scabbard. The knife is complete with original solid brass scabbard with integral cast belt bar. The tube shaped brass scabbard is undamaged with no dents. The price for this rare diver's knife, a must for any serious collector, includes UK delivery. Sn 21559 (German Knives & daggers box)
£1,675.00

**BROAD & STURDY**Victorian C1840 English Sheffield Trade Coffin Handle American Frontiersman, Expedition Fighting / Utility Knife. Sn 21526 - 21526
This is a Coffin Handle American Frontier Era, Expedition Fighting / Utility Knife most likely made in England by the Sheffield cutlery trade for export to the USA for the expanding American Frontier market. This type of knife were used by Pioneer Wagon Train Drivers & Riders and Hunters / Fighters in the wars against Native American Indians. Crude but large and practical it has a heavy 7 ¼” long single edged blade which is 5mm thick and 2 ½” wide at its broadest. The knife is 12 ¾” overall length. This example has all the patina age and construction of a Frontier Bowie made in the early to mid 1800’s. This substantial piece has an ebonised wood coffin handle secured around the edges by steel pins and heavy steel finger guard the underside of which has punch dot decoration. The blade has staining consistent with age and is sharp with no damage or nicks to the cutting edge. There are no visible manufacturer or date marks on the knife. The weight and size of this piece would have made it very useful for Frontiersmen as a fighting knife or hunting knife. As is typical of this type of knife it is without scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 21526 (fighting and hunting knives box)
£475.00

Victorian C1840 English Sheffield Trade Polished Horn Coffin Handle American Frontier Era, Expedition Bowie Belt Knife & Scabbard. Sn 21525 - 21525
This is a Coffin Handle American Frontier Era, Expedition Fighting / Utility Knife most likely made in England by the Sheffield cutlery trade for export to the USA for the expanding American Frontier market. This type of flat profile knife were ideal for belt carry. Crude but practical it has a slim 8” long Bowie blade which is 4mm thick and 1” wide at its broadest. The knife is 13 ½” overall length. This example has all the patina age and construction of a Frontier Bowie made in the early to mid 1800’s. This Bowie has a polished horn coffin handle secured by steel pins and brass finger guard. The blade has light staining consistent with age and is sharp with no damage or nicks to the cutting edge. There are no visible manufacturer or date marks on the knife. These knives are often found without scabbards, unusually our Bowie has its original leather open top scabbard which has a brass throat mount. The scabbard is without belt loop again indicating design for waistband carry. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 21525 (bowie box)
£475.00
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