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THE MARSHALL PLAN ! RE-PURPOSED MATERIAL 1940'S

This knife started life as a Nazi R&D Huer blade. At the end of WWII, to aid in the Marshall Plan, the left over inventory of knifes were sold to the Whitby Firm, who re-purposed them as Hunting & Camp knives. A new Stag Handle, and an Acid Etched blade for marketing purposes.

They are relatively scarce, and this one remains in excellent condition. PRICE $450

MID- 19th CENTURY CLIP POINT BOWIE, 8 inch BLADE

This Bowie was fashioned from a file ! The only tell tale marks are on the top edge of the blade, the overall knife is excellently fashioned, and has a 8 inch blade. There is an artistic vine scroll type scene acid etched on the top half of the blade. It has a iron guard, and a stylistic dark wooden handle. PRICE $ 300

MIDDLETON & SONS, ROCKINGHAM, STREET, SHEFFIELD

This is a modern production of a Middleton Clip Point Bowie of the 19th century. It is marked IDENTICALLY to the knife of the mid 1800's, rumored to be using the same die marker ! It is a 7-1/2 inch clip point blade, with a brass guard, and REAL horn handle !

PRICE $ 275

 

 

 

MANUFACTURED by PAT MITCHELL, SHEFFIELD ENGLAND @ 1960

This was manufactured in the SAME  style as if the 1800's by Master maker, Pat Mitchell. This is a massive 10 inch clip point Bowie, with Stag Handle, and engraved silver butt cap, and ring above guard. The blade is Marked Pat Mitchell, Sheffield, England. A formidable Bowie ! PRICE    $495

MASSIVE 9-1/2 INCH CLIP POINT BOWIE, STAG HANDLE, BRASS FURNITURE.

This blade is obviously made by a MASTER Cutler, unfortunately we do not know by whom. The quality is unsurpassed in fit, design, and function. Probable manufacture @ 1970. PRICE $400

19th CENTURY, SERPENTINE BLADE, PUSH DAGGER

The Serpentine Blade makes this a particularly dangerous blade, and will inflict more damage than a normal  spear point Push Dagger. A favorite among Gamblers, and other individuals wishing a concealable BLADE, YET EFFECTIVE ! The blade measures 4 inches.

 

The handle has a fine antique smooth patina, and is Rosewood.

PRICE $350

NORTH AFRICAN DESERT, 1850 - 1870, BERBER TRIBES DAGGER

Through the vast expanse of the great North African Sands, of the 19th century roamed the Arab tribes of various names. This nomadic life was portrayed in films such as "Lawrence of Arabia", along with their native dress , and weaponry. One such tribe were the  "Berbers". This "belt" dagger is of Berber origin, dating to the mid 19th century. It has a 12 inch curved blade, with an intricately decorated bone handle, with brass( maybe gold) wire inlays. The wrappings are an extremely fine braided cording, probably of rawhide or Camel skin. It comes with it's ORIGINAL red colored Camel skin sheath. The blade is very sharp and fine, showing no signs of sharpening or metal loss.

A very interesting knife, from a bygone era, evoking images of the Foreign Legion, and the mysteries of the Desert.  PRICE $350

 

 

 

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DECEMBER 25, 2016

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