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EARLY PRODUCTION, Nazi German 1933 Pattern SA Dagger By Carl Heidelberg Solingen (Rarity 6) With ‘Alles Fur Deutschland’ Etched Blade & Scabbard. ED 2247 - ED 2247
This is an excellent, original, 1933 pattern SA dagger and scabbard. The blade has the manufacturer’s name and trademark of Carl Heidelberg Solingen. Heidelberg made approximately only 4,000 of these daggers and are rated as rarity value 6 (10 being highest rarity value) in the book ‘The service daggers of the SA & The NSKK’ by Siegert. The lack of Nazi Quartermaster’s Office RZM mark indicates that this is an early Nazi production dagger. The wooden grips are original and undamaged. The Nazi German National Emblem and 'SA' roundel are perfectly fitted. It has a Nickel plated cross guard & pommel. The cross guard is stamped ‘Ns’. The blade has the correct "Alles Fur Deutschland" inscription. The dagger is complete with its original brown painted metal scabbard. The scabbard has a nickel plated chape, throat mount marked ‘Ns’ & single hanging ring. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2247
£675.00

WW2 1945 U.S. Collins & Co Legitimus Pattern No.1250 Combat / Survival Machete & Scabbard. Sn 15368 - 15368
An original WW2 United States Combat and Survival Machete by Collins & Co (see page 114 item 571 of Stephen’s book ‘Fighting Knives’). The No 1250 pattern of Collins Legitimus Machetes were supplied to the U.S. Government to support the war effort. Our example is in excellent condition. It is 19 ½” overall with black synthetic slab sided scales secured by 4 rivets and holed for lanyard ring. The blade is 14 ½” length with drop point. The blade is 3” broad at its widest. The blade is crisply marked with manufacturer’s detail pattern number and date ‘Collins & Co, Crown & hammer trademark, Legitimus Made In USA No.1250’ & dated ‘1945’ . It is accompanied by its original brown leather scabbard with rear riveted belt loop and retaining strap with brass stud fastener. All leather and stitching of the scabbard are intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15368
£195.00

RARE LIMITED PRODUCTION, 1962 - C1965, British Royal Navy Diver's Knife By Siebe Heinke England With Spear Point Blade, Brass Fittings & Brass Scabbard. Sn 15350 - 15350
This is a hard to find, original, British Royal Navy Diver's Knife and Scabbard. The knife has a 1 ½” broad, 7 ¾” long double edged spear point blade with medial ridge (13 ¼” overall). The double edged blade is undamaged with just light staining consistent with age. The blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer 'Siebe Heinke Of England’ this dates the knife to 1962 - C1965. Heinke was taken over by Siebe Gorman in 1962. The dual names were only used for 2 to 3 years before the Heinke name was dispensed with. The knife has a brass cross guard, ferrule & tang nut together with dense black plastic contoured grooved handle. The knife is complete with its original solid brass scabbard with belt slot. The price for this rare diver’s knife only made by Siebe Heinke for 2 to 3 years includes UK delivery. Sn 15350
£545.00

C1995 Full Size Limited Edition 175th Anniversary Commemorative Siebe Gorman Diver’s Knife With Spear Point Blade, Brass Fittings Blade Number 021 Of 500 & Brass Scabbard. Sn 15349 - 15349
C1995 the Siebe Gorman Company released a limited edition diver’s knife to commemorate the 175 anniversary of the formation of the company, in the early 19th Century. Approx. 500 were made. This example is in excellent condition. The knife has a 1 ½” broad 7 ½” long double edged steel blade with medial ridge (13 ¼” overall). The blade is undamaged with just light staining. The blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer 'Siebe Gorman Serial Number 021’ together with the Siebe Gorman 175th Anniversary logo. It has a brass cross guard, ferrule & tang nut together with turned Rosewood handle . The knife is complete with original solid brass scabbard with belt slot. The price for this fully functional commemorative diver’s knife includes UK delivery. Sn 15349
£495.00

MINT, 1997 Pair Of Limited Edition Number 2901 Of 3000 Commemorative Applegate Fairbairn Fighting Knives (One fixed Blade, The Other Folding) With Signed Blades Made by Gerber & Boker Mounted On Original Wood Display Board. ED 2244 - ED 2244
A development of the WW2 FS knife was the Applegate Fairbairn fighting knives, designed by Col. Rex Applegate (United States OSS) and Capt. WE Fairbairn (British Royal Marines). This mint commemorative pair of knives were produced in 1997 in a limited edition run of 3000 by Gerber & Boker in recognition the contribution of Applegate & Fairbairn to the development of combat knives. Each knife has black Lexan plastic handles, oval in section. The brass double guard is angled away from the handle. The fixed blade variant has a 6” double edged steel blade with makers mark "Boker,Solingen” together with trademark. The folding blade variant has a 4 ½” double edged folding blade with thumb spur marked ‘Gerber USA’. Both blades have etched representations of Applegate and Fairbairn’s signatures and are numbered ‘ 2901/3000’. Both knives are secured to their original wooden presentation / display board slotted at the rear for wall or desk mounting. The board has a descriptive presentation plaque marked with manufacturer detail and ‘1997’ date (illustrated). The knives are secured to the board by allen key bolts through the lanyard ring holes at the pommel end of their hilts but can easily be removed with an allen key for inspection and use. The display board measures 12” x9“x ¾”. The price for this mint limited edition commemorative piece includes UK delivery. ED 2244
£495.00

MINT Wilkinson Sword, Cased Commemorative Fairbairn Sykes Wood & Brass Hilt Variant FS Fighting Knife 'THE DESERT WAR NORTH AFRICA' Number 2102 With Gilt Etched Blade American Historical Society Numbered Certificate & Literature - 15321
This superb wood & brass hilt variant FS Commando dagger was commissioned by the American Historical Society to Commemorate the WW2 North Africa Campaigns. The full size dagger is in mint condition. Its blade is etched on one side with the Wilkinson Sword London name & crossed swords legend & decorative foliate panels and wording from the motivating speeches of the war time American President 'Roosevelt' & British Prime Minister 'Churchill'. The reverse is etched 'In Honor Of The North Africa Campaigns The Desert War 1940- 1943’ with battle honour roll within entwined scrolling panels. The blade is numbered ‘2102’. The wood hilt with gilt brass pommel and cross guard retain all of their original finish. The dagger is contained in its original case. The case has a hinged lid and clasp fasteners. The inside of the case is lined with felt & white material. The inside of the lid is marked with lettering to commemorate the North Africa campaign emblazoned in Gold. It is contoured to snugly fit the dagger. The case contains its original numbered American Historical Society certificate of issue & a printed paper reproduction of American Rossevelt’s speech broadcast 7th November 1942 addressing the people of Africa prior to invasion both of which were issued with the these daggers. The price for this excellent WW2 commemorative piece includes UK delivery. Sn 15321
£575.00

MINT Wilkinson Sword Cased Commemorative Fairbairn Sykes 2nd Pattern FS Fighting Knife 'Battle Of The Bulge' Number 2102 With Etched Blade Commissioned by The American Historical Society With Original Numbered Certificate & Papers. Sn 15320 - 15320
U.S. General Anthony Clement "Nuts" McAuliffe was the acting Division Commander of the 101st Airborne Division defending Bastogne, Belgium, during World War II's Battle of the Bulge (16th December 1944 - 26th January 1945). He is famous for his single-word reply of "Nuts!" in response to a German surrender ultimatum. After the Battle of the Bulge, McAuliffe was given command of his own division, the 103rd Infantry Division. This mint full size 2nd pattern FS Commando dagger was commissioned by the American Historical Society to Commemorate the WW2 Battle of the Bulge, McAuliffe's defiant response & the Americans stoic defence. The knife is in superb condition with all of its original finish. Its blade is blued and gilt etched on one side with decorative foliate panel and wording commemorating the battle, the US Forces stoic defence & McAuliffe's legendary response to the Germans. The reverse is etched with the Wilkinson Sword London name & Crossed swords legend within a panel. The blade is numbered 2102. The dagger is contained in its original case. The case has a hinged lid and 2 clasp fasteners. The inside of the case is lined with felt & white material. It is contoured to snugly fit the dagger. The inside of the lid has wording to commemorate the battle of the Bulge emblazoned in Gold. The case contains its original numbered American Historical Society certificate of issue, an account of the action where McAuliffe gave his defiant response and a printed portrait of the American General Patton, all of which were issued with the these daggers. The price for this excellent WW2 commemorative piece includes UK delivery. Sn 15320
£575.00

MINT Wilkinson Sword, Cased Commemorative Fairbairn Sykes 2nd Pattern FS Fighting Knife 'WW2 D-Day Invasion Sixth June 1944' Number 2102 With Etched Blade Commissioned by The American Historical Society With Original Numbered Certificate & Papers - 15319
The Normandy landings (codenamed Operation Neptune) were the landing operations on Tuesday, 6 June 1944 (termed D-Day) of the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II. The largest seaborne invasion in history, the operation began the liberation of German-occupied North Western Europe from Nazi control and contributed to the Allied victory in Europe. Prior to embarking on the mission American General Dwight Eisenhower addressed his troops ordering them to ‘Accept Nothing Less Than Full Victory’. This mint full size 2nd pattern FS Commando dagger was produced to Commemorate the 'WW2 D-Day Invasion Sixth June 1944' & Eisenhower’s inspirational order. The knife is in superb condition with all of its original plated finish. Its blade is etched on one side with decorative foliate panel and wording commemorating the Victory. The reverse is etched with the Wilkinson Sword London name & Crossed swords legend within a panel together with foliate decoration & the wording of Eisenhower’s order. The blade is numbered ‘2102’. The dagger is contained in its wooden case. The case has a hinged lid and clasp fasteners. The inside of the case is lined with felt & white material. It is contoured to snugly fit the dagger. The lining has D-Day commemorative lettering emblazoned in gold. The case contains its original numbered American Historical Society certificate of issue and inspection document. It also contains a printed reproduction of Eisenhower’s order which was issued with the these daggers. The price for this excellent WW2 commemorative piece includes UK delivery. Sn 15319
£575.00

SOLD SOLD (19/05) British WW1, 1917 Dated Military Machete And Scabbard by Samuel Kitchen and Company of Sheffield . ED 2218 - ED 2218
This is a scarce British WW1 1917 dated machete made by Samuel Kitchen and Company of Sheffield. These details appear on the blade together with a W.D. broad arrow. The fibre grips are secured by 5 copper rivets through brass washers. The washers and rivets appear to have originally been nickel plated to prevent corrosion. There is a hole at the top of the machete to take a wrist lanyard. One grip has the number 171 with a broad arrow above. The scabbard is the standard British pattern made of leather with 3 rivets securing the belt loop to the scabbard mouth. The face of the belt loop carries the makers details, Lavender and Overton Ltd., Eldon Works and a date which is hard to read but looks like 1918. Lavender and Overton were leather goods manufactures of Walsall from c.1908 but were taken over later by Heath Machin and Co. The rear of the belt loop carries the number 183 below a feint W.D. arrow. See British and Commonwealth Military Knives by Ron Flook, pages 108 and 109, especially plate 248, item3 for identical trade nards. WW1 machetes are scarce and most examples found nowadays are WW2 and later. ED 2218
£0.00

Victorian English Edward Gem / Alfred Field & Co Sheffield Arkansas Toothpick Bowie Knife With ‘Hunter’s’ Etched Blade, German Silver Fittings, Polished Horn Scales, Original Scabbard & Mint Bespoke Saddler Hand Made Leather Scabbard. Sn 14642 - 14642
Alfred Field began a hardware business in Birmingham in 1836, shortly after he opened a branch Office in New York City USA. He returned in to Birmingham 1854 and by 1876 has opened a Sheffield office in Westfield Terrace. The business was recorded as a manufacturer of cutlery, knives & scissors, he was also the agent in the USA for the famous Sheffield knife manufacturers Joseph Rodgers and Joseph Elliot. He died on 28th May 1884 aged 70 and the business continued under his son Harry Field between 1899 and 1913 operating as Alfred Field & Co. The business address at this time was Continental Works Westfield Terrace and in 1890 it bought the Eyre Street Sheffield address and trademarks of Edward Gem. The company traded under the names ‘Continental Cutlery Co, Alex Fraser & Co, Progress & Citerion. This is an original Victorian Arkansas Toothpick form Bowie knife made by Edward Gem or Alfred Field & Co of Sheffield. The steel, double edged ‘Arkansas Toothpick’ form blade with medial ridge is 9 ½” length. The blade has staining and rubbed areas consistent with age. The knife measures 14 ½” overall length. The blade is inscribed on one side with faint scrollwork banners and partially readable motto ‘Hunter’s ????’. The ricasso has the arrow through diamond trademark used by Edward Gem & Alfred Field & Co together with address ‘No.6 Eyre Street, Sheffield’. The knife has a German silver cross guard and undamaged polished horn scales secured by 3 brass pins. One scale has an inlaid void German silver shield escutcheon. The Bowie comes with its original open top leather scabbard with German silver chape. The leather is tired and worn but intact and the chape is dented but secure. The knife also comes with a mint, quality, bespoke, Saddler hand made, thick brown leather scabbard with integral belt loop which we have had made for this knife. The knife fits the scabbard snugly. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14642
£695.00
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