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VERY NICE WORLD WAR TWO USMC FIGHTING KNIFE WITH MARKED SHEATH

VERY NICE WORLD WAR TWO USMC FIGHTING KNIFE WITH MARKED SHEATH

Very nice K-bar type fighting knife with Camillus maker’s mark. The drawn knife has an overall length of 12.00 inches. The blued blade meas. approx. 7.00 inches in length. It has a clipped point and… (172-5656). Learn More »

US ARMY MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE AND SCABBARD

US ARMY MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE AND SCABBARD

Overall, this large knife meas. approx. 13.50 inches long. The round wood handle is ribbed for a better grip. The blade itself is approx. 8.50 inches long x 2.00 inches wide. A raised line runs down… (172-5711). Learn More »

FIRST MODEL LUFTWAFFE DAGGER WITH SCABBARD AND HANGERS

FIRST MODEL LUFTWAFFE DAGGER WITH SCABBARD AND HANGERS

The First Model Luftwaffe dagger replaced the dagger of the paramilitary Deutscher Luftsport Verband (DLV) in 1935 with the unveiling of the Luftwaffe in open contravention of the Versailles Treaty.… (2021-172). Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO US NAVY MARK 1 FIGHTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

WORLD WAR TWO US NAVY MARK 1 FIGHTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

The drawn knife meas. approx. 10.00 inches long from point to pommel. The parkerized blade is approx. 6.75 inches long. It has a clipped point with a true edge that is free of nicks. Blade is marked… (172-5654). Learn More »

PRETTY SILVER MOUNTED DIRK, AMERICAN OR ENGLISH CA. 1820

PRETTY SILVER MOUNTED DIRK, AMERICAN OR ENGLISH CA. 1820

These dirks are usually associated with naval midshipman, but may have ended up in more nefarious hands as well. The naval tradition descends from the days of the “fighting dirk,” whose blade… (30-2231). Learn More »

CS FAYETTEVILLE SABER BAYONET MADE INTO KNIFE

CS FAYETTEVILLE SABER BAYONET MADE INTO KNIFE

This interesting item is a saber bayonet that was manufactured at Fayetteville for the Confederacy.  It has been cut down to make it into a fighting knife.  The remaining blade measures 8 ¼”… (1000-755). Learn More »

US NAVY MARK 2 FIGHTING KNIFE

US NAVY MARK 2 FIGHTING KNIFE

Blade is in fair condition. True edge has numerous small nicks long its length. Blued finish is worn slightly in scattered spots. Underside of the iron counterguard is marked “CAMILLUS, N.Y.” and… (490-2441). Learn More »

U. S. MARINE CORPS MARKED POCKET KNIFE

U. S. MARINE CORPS MARKED POCKET KNIFE

It is believed that this style knife was first produced in 1945 and was made for years by the Camillus Company before becoming more of a general produced item. It has no official connection to the… (1037-416). Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

CONFEDERATE DOUBLE D-GUARD BOWIE

CONFEDERATE DOUBLE D-GUARD BOWIE

Confederate D-guards with multiple branches are scarce, but see “Confederate Bowie Knives” by Melton et al. for some examples on pages 183-186 and pages 238-239 for some double-D guards in… (490-2098). Learn More »

SCARCE FIRST PATTERN IRON MOUNTED US ARMY MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE

SCARCE FIRST PATTERN IRON MOUNTED US ARMY MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE

The Civil War taught officers and military theorists the virtues of earthworks and field fortifications that could be thrown up quickly. The 1870s were a decade of experimentation with dedicated… (1047-191). Learn More »

WINCHESTER LEE MODEL 1895 STRAIGHT-PULL RIFLE BAYONET CONVERTED TO A FIGHTING KNIFE

WINCHESTER LEE MODEL 1895 STRAIGHT-PULL RIFLE BAYONET CONVERTED TO A FIGHTING KNIFE

Hardin, p. 154, called the Winchester Lee bayonet, “short, lightweight, and effective.” These same qualities led someone to create a fighting knife out of this one. The muzzle ring was cut down… (1037-376). Learn More »

$95.00
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TAYLOR FUR COMPANY “AMERICAN PELT KNIFE”

TAYLOR FUR COMPANY “AMERICAN PELT KNIFE”

The Taylor Fur Company was established in St. Louis about 1870 and still exists as part of another company. Their specialty was hunting and trapping supplies, and were perhaps best known for their… (30-2183). Learn More »

RARE WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN DIPLOMATIC CORPS DAGGER WITH PORTEPEE, IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION

RARE WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN DIPLOMATIC CORPS DAGGER WITH PORTEPEE, IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION

This type of dagger was authorized by Adolf Hitler in May of 1938 to commemorate his visit to Rome. The dagger is a little over 15.50 inches long with a stylized eagle’s head pommel and a mother of… (1022-38). Learn More »

MODEL 1933 ENLISTED MAN’S SS DAGGER by Robert Klaas

MODEL 1933 ENLISTED MAN’S SS DAGGER by Robert Klaas

Nice example of a mid-production SS Dagger by maker Robert Klaas of Solingen.  The overall condition is Excellent Minus to Excellent. The nickel-silver fittings show minor surface wear on the… (M25917). Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN RED CROSS DAGGER, SCABBARD AND FROG

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN RED CROSS DAGGER, SCABBARD AND FROG

This dagger has a mint blade showing a mirror finish and original polishing grain. We see just a couple of tiny specks of dried grease on it. These wide-bladed hewers were produced with blunt tips to… (490-1782). Learn More »

MODERN RUSSIAN (SOVIET) NAVAL DIRK, DATED 1957

MODERN RUSSIAN (SOVIET) NAVAL DIRK, DATED 1957

Ricasso markings: Russian script/triangle/57, ser. No. A08614. Spear shaped blade, 8.25” in length, .625” in width. Brass cross-guard, with reverse twist finials, ferrule, gold plastic rectangular… (410-226). Learn More »

“MISSISSIPPI TOASTER” BOWIE KNIFE WITH SHEATH

“MISSISSIPPI TOASTER” BOWIE KNIFE WITH SHEATH

Knife dates to circa 1840. Etched on the right side of the blade in high relief is "MISSISSIPPI TOASTER". Etched on the top of the blade is, "MANUFACTURED FOR F.C. GOERGEN NEW ORLEANS", who worked in… (30-2054). Learn More »

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 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 »


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SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF DAVID A. BISSETT, VMI AND 13th VA CAVALRY, WOUNDED AND CAPTURED, LIEUTENANT IN 1864

David Aloysius Bissett was born in Petersburg, VA, in 1842 and entered the Virginia Military Institute in July 1860 as a member of the Class of 1864. He is shown here in a 6th plate ambrotype wearing his forage cap and VMI dress coat, opened to… (846-203). Learn More »

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