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WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN RED CROSS HEWER

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN RED CROSS HEWER

Blade meas. approx. 10 ½” long x approx. 1 ½” wide. It has a squared, blunt tip and is nickel or silver plated. Blade has a deep fuller at center that runs approx. 8” long. The top edge of the… (172-3642). Learn More »

WORLD WAR II COMBAT WESTERN FIGHTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

WORLD WAR II COMBAT WESTERN FIGHTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

This is a nice example of the World War II production fighting knife, manufactured by the Western States Cutlery & Manufacturing Company. Western Cutlery was originally founded as Platts &… (172-4293). Learn More »

WORLD WAR 2 MODEL 39 ITALIAN FIGHTING KNIFE

WORLD WAR 2 MODEL 39 ITALIAN FIGHTING KNIFE

The Model 39 has armed Special Forces such as paratroopers, sapper units and other assault troops. The blade measures 8 1/8” long, x 5 mm thick at the guard. Has an upper false edge, and a sturdy… (172-4301). Learn More »

SHEFFIELD SWINGUARD FOLDING HUNTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

SHEFFIELD SWINGUARD FOLDING HUNTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

This exceptional knife is maker marked on the ricasso, “JNOWILL & SONS / SHEFFIELD”, and, “JNOWILL & SONS / SHEFFIELD” near the false edge. Measures 14 ½” total length when opened… (482-411). Learn More »

WESTERN V44 SURVIVAL KNIFE WITH SHEATH

WESTERN V44 SURVIVAL KNIFE WITH SHEATH

This is the Western V44 with the iron guard and handle rivets. It is WW2 era. It was the fighting knife of the U.S. Army Air Corps fame. Western made many WW2 knives and stands out as the manufacturer… (172-4292). Learn More »

USS <I>PLYMOUTH</I> KNIFE

USS PLYMOUTH KNIFE

Knife has bone handle and clipped point blade. Blade surface has light scattered mottling with surface pitting in areas and some minor scratches. The edge of the blade has a couple of minor… (344-3038). Learn More »

PATRIOTIC BOWIE KNIFE ID’D TO MEMBER OF 28TH NEW JERSEY

PATRIOTIC BOWIE KNIFE ID’D TO MEMBER OF 28TH NEW JERSEY

Overall this knife measures 14” long. The blade of this knife is in very good condition. Its surface is bright and the edge is near perfect. The surface of the blade has some fine scratches and dull… (30-2017). Learn More »

HIGH QUALITY EAGLE HEAD DAGGER WITH SCABBARD

HIGH QUALITY EAGLE HEAD DAGGER WITH SCABBARD

This is a very handsome dress dagger with its leather scabbard. Overall length of the dagger is approximately 22.25” from point to pommel. The unmarked blade itself is 17” long and was probably… (172-3646). Learn More »

FANTASTIC CLIPPED POINT BOWIE KNIFE WITH CYPHERS BY THEODOR A. MEYER

FANTASTIC CLIPPED POINT BOWIE KNIFE WITH CYPHERS BY THEODOR A. MEYER

Semi-bright blade meas. approx. 9.75 inches long x 1.00 inch wide. Blade has a clipped point with a raised center. Blade surface has light scattered mottling with small amounts of surface pitting in… (30-1977). Learn More »

SMALL BOWIE KNIFE WITH SPREAD-WINGED EAGLE GUARD AND SHEATH

SMALL BOWIE KNIFE WITH SPREAD-WINGED EAGLE GUARD AND SHEATH

This knife is a real showpiece with mother-of-pearl handle and silver spread-winged eagle guard. Spear shaped blade is in good condition with semi-bright patina. Edge is mostly smooth with a couple of… (30-1978). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA DRAW KNIFE

CIVIL WAR ERA DRAW KNIFE

Wood handle for a draw knife. There is no longer a knife blade present. Constructed of wood with a bone slide on the bottom edge. Approx. 13" long. Stamped "USN", which may not be a period correct… (819-37). Learn More »

WW II ERA SWISS ARMY POCKET KNIFE

WW II ERA SWISS ARMY POCKET KNIFE

Vintage pocket knife houses several implements which unfold from the antler handle, including two blades, saw, corkscrew, fork, spoon, toothpick, scissors and bottle opener. Reverse of fork and spoon… (E2578). Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN ARMY DAGGER WITH HANGER

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN ARMY DAGGER WITH HANGER

The blade on this dagger is unmarked. Its surface is semi-bright with light scattered discolorations. There are no nicks and the point is good. The counterguard is in the shape of a spread winged… (727-395). Learn More »

US M1917 TRENCH KNIFE WITH SCABBARD

US M1917 TRENCH KNIFE WITH SCABBARD

Maker marked on underside of guard “US / L.F. & C. / 1917.” Measures 13.5” in total length, with triangular blade 8.375”in length, .5” in width at base. . Single piece, iron cross &… (814-37). Learn More »

$495.00
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ENGLISH SIDE KNIFE WITH SHEATH, C. 1850-60

ENGLISH SIDE KNIFE WITH SHEATH, C. 1850-60

Maker mark: “Manson/ Sheffield”. Measures 11.25 in total length; spear-shaped blade 6.375” in length, 1.125” in width at base. Frosted blade inscription: “Never Draw Me Without… (172-3645). Learn More »

LARGE ENGLISH BOWIE KNIFE WITH SHEATH 1870’S – 1880’S

LARGE ENGLISH BOWIE KNIFE WITH SHEATH 1870’S – 1880’S

The blade of this knife is in excellent condition. Its surface is bright and clean and the edge is near perfect. There are only two rough spots along the length of the edge, these can be felt but are… (824-01). Learn More »

MAGNIFICENT D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE WITH SHEATH, 1850s/60s

MAGNIFICENT D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE WITH SHEATH, 1850s/60s

Overall length 19.5”, with blade measuring 13.625” in length, 2.125” at base. Strong, formidable, clipped point blade. Exhibits light gray patina with patches of pitting near the base and tip.… (30-1787). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $7,500.00

RUGGED, NINETEENTH CENTURY U. S. NAVY ORDINARY SEAMAN’S KNIFE

RUGGED, NINETEENTH CENTURY U. S. NAVY ORDINARY SEAMAN’S KNIFE

This rugged artifact is a standard-issue, British-imported naval seaman’s folding pocket knife in use by the U. S. Navy during the late 19th century and early 20th century. In very good, complete… (558-189). Learn More »

RUGGED HARRINGTON EARLY BOWIE KNIFE, C1840s-1850s

RUGGED HARRINGTON EARLY BOWIE KNIFE, C1840s-1850s

Commonly referred to by the men who wielded these blades as “Bowie” knives, this fine, unexcavated example is an iron and wood belt knife made in the 1840s and 1850s. Knife appears to be similar… (30-1652). Learn More »


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PAIR OF IRISH DUELING PISTOLS, CIRCA 1830’s

A stunning pair of percussion locks dueling pistols by M.L. Pattison of Dublin, Ireland. Working from 1802–1836. Each individual pistol exhibits the finest quality of European Gunsmithing of the 19th century. Originally intended as firearms for… (172-2908). Learn More »

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