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EARLY MAKER MARKED FASCINE KNIFE

EARLY MAKER MARKED FASCINE KNIFE

Item has a heavy iron head with a nice conditioned antler grip. The blade meas. approx. 7.00 inches long x 2.75 inches at its widest. Handle is 6.50 inches long and is held to the tang by 3 iron… (798-61). Learn More »

SCARCE US MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE / MODEL 1892 ENTRENCHING TOOL: ONE OF FIVE HUNDRED

SCARCE US MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE / MODEL 1892 ENTRENCHING TOOL: ONE OF FIVE HUNDREDHUNTING KNIFE

This is one of just five hundred produced after the redesignation of the M1880 knife as an entrenching tool in 1892 and is carried in the correct fifth type scabbard, introduced in 1890, using a… (490-3261). Learn More »

IRON GUARD FIRST TYPE MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE

IRON GUARD FIRST TYPE MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE

This is one of the first 1,000 Model 1880 hunting knives produced in early 1881 that used an iron guard and handle socket, and is housed in one of the scabbards modified in 1888 by the addition of a… (490-3260). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 23rd WISCONSIN BOWIE KNIFE: “DEATH TO TRAITORS”

IDENTIFIED 23rd WISCONSIN BOWIE KNIFE: “DEATH TO TRAITORS”

This double-edged spearpoint Bowie or side knife is 12 inches long overall and has a 7-inch blade measure 1-inch wide at the guard. It has German silver mounts: a flat crossguard with scalloped edges… (2022-1061). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VA

CONFEDERATE D-GUARD BOWIE KNIFE RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VA

This is a pretty classic Confederate D-guard Bowie knife. These were very popular throughout the south early in the war and made by countless blacksmiths and cutlers to meet demand from new volunteers… (1184-391). Learn More »

NICE US MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE

NICE US MODEL 1880 HUNTING KNIFE

These wide-bladed knives were intended to be multi-purpose. Butchering game and various duties around camp were concerns. One veteran praised them since up to that time, “whenever we went out on… (490-3259). Learn More »

1910 USMC BOLO KNIFE WITH SCABBARD

1910 USMC BOLO KNIFE WITH SCABBARD

The overall length of the drawn knife is 15.00 inches from point to pommel. The blade itself meas. approx. 10.25 inches long. Surface is smooth and the blade does not have a fuller. The edge is clean… (380-40). Learn More »

US NAVY MARK 2 FIGHTING KNIFE & SCABBARD

US NAVY MARK 2 FIGHTING KNIFE & SCABBARD

Blade is in very nice condition. True edge has no nicks. Blade has 90% original finish over its length. Finish does show some rub marks from drawing and returning the blade to the scabbard. Iron… (490-3096). Learn More »

$250.00
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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 »

$395.00
Originally $495.00

1856 DATED SIDE KNIFE AND SCABBARD

1856 DATED SIDE KNIFE AND SCABBARD

This knife is probably Mexican in origin, though it may well have seen use north of the border. The round wood grip has a nice surface and color and shows very pretty graining. The pommel is brass, as… (766-1594). Learn More »

ONE OF THE BEST REFERENCE BOOKS ON BOWIE KNIVES FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

ONE OF THE BEST REFERENCE BOOKS ON BOWIE KNIVES FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

This book is titled “THE BOWIE KNIFE – UNSHEATHING AN AMERICAN LEGEND” by the well-known gun expert, the late Norm Flayderman. The volume was published in 2004 by Mowbray Publishing. The volume… (1100-288). Learn More »

RARE C1870’S CALIFORNIA BOWIE KNIFE

RARE C1870’S CALIFORNIA BOWIE KNIFE

Maker Mark: “Rau & Kohnke / S.F. California.” Blade 8.75” in length, 1.5 in width. Dark patina, smooth & consistent with just a few minor dings on the non-sharpened edge.  Solid 2.5”… (30-2234). 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 »

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 »

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 »


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CS ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD BY MARSHALL OR KRAFT, GOLDSCHMIDT AND KRAFT

Swords and scabbards of this pattern may be seen in several public collections, such the Wray Collection in the Atlanta History Center. Albaugh attributed them to to Kraft, Goldschmidt and Kraft of Columbia, SC. Although in recent years a few have… (870-565). Learn More »

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