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BENBOW rare WW1 Royal Naval Division 1914-15 Brass Shoulder Title

BENBOW rare WW1 Royal Naval Division 1914-15 Brass Shoulder Title

BENBOW very rare WW1 Royal Naval Division 1914-15 brass shoulder title. Good issue on hexagonal flat loops. Battalion so decimated at Gallipoli that it was disbanded in June 1915 before a cap badge could be designed for it. read more

Code: 50599

450.00 GBP

Pattern 1908 Cavalry Troopers Sword

Pattern 1908 Cavalry Troopers Sword

Pattern 1908 cavalry trooper's sword which was the last service sword issued to the cavalry of the British Army.
This one made by Wilkinson Sword in January 1916, so a mid WWI example.
Both sword and scabbard are marked to Wilkinson. read more

Code: 50596

450.00 GBP

Late War Third Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife

Late War Third Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife

Late War Third Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife, untouched and new to the market. Pommel number 3 read more

Code: 50595

415.00 GBP

Victorian Blackthorn Sword Cane

Victorian Blackthorn Sword Cane

A Victorian Blackthorn Sword Cane. The blade measures 25 1/4” and is fullered, most likely a late 1700’s Spadroon sword blade. Traces of etched work remains on the blade which is secured by a single metal dowel.
Blackthorn sword canes are very seldom seen and makes this a rare piece. read more

Code: 50594

510.00 GBP

WWII RNF Officers Cap

WWII RNF Officers Cap

A very nice example of a private purchase WWII RNF Officers Cap. Made by Ayers & Smith of London and retailed by W. Longstaff & Sons of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
In overall great condition with three moth nips to the underside of the peak. Displays very well read more

Code: 50592

95.00 GBP

U.S. Civil War Model 1860 Staff and Field Officers Sword

U.S. Civil War Model 1860 Staff and Field Officers Sword

An original U.S. Civil War Model 1860 Staff and Field Officer’s Sword. Typical form with gilted brass hilt comprising an embossed eagle to the front shell guard and to the rear, a plethora of flags, martial trophies and victory wreath. The pommel is decorated with a US eagle and the knucklebow is adorned with floral motifs The grip is wire bound Rayskin.
The blade is not maker marked... read more

Code: 50591

775.00 GBP

Fine Early Victorian George Wostenholm Folding Pocket Knife

Fine Early Victorian George Wostenholm Folding Pocket Knife

Now for something completely different.
The name Wolstenholme is synonymous with the manufacture of some the finest cutlery that Sheffield has ever produced. A lineage of Wolstenholme’s spanning from George Snr. b.1717 who worked as a cutler in a small village near Sheffield called Stannington through to his Son Henry then his Grandson George b.1775 then his Great Grandson, another Georg... read more

Code: 50590

750.00 GBP

German Captured French Chassepot M1866 Bayonet

German Captured French Chassepot M1866 Bayonet

German Captured French Chassepot M1866
Unit marked with matching numbers

LEFT CROSSGUARD IS UNIT MARKED: 117. L. I. 4. 99 - 117 BATAILLON LANDSTURM INFANTRY REGIMENT VON HORN, TRIER, 3RD RHEINISCHE, 4 KOMPAGNIE, RIFLE RACK NUMBER 99.)
Black painted scabbard has matching Unit mark
117. L. I. 4. 99
These German captured bayonets are rare to find and dat... read more

Code: 50589

275.00 GBP

‘33 Mans SA Dagger By Robert Giersch Nm

‘33 Mans SA Dagger By Robert Giersch Nm

As found and totally untouched, this early ‘33 Pattern SA dagger, with serial number on scabbard. Nicotine stained Robert Giersch, Stahlwarenfabrik, Solingen. Nm (Nordmark) stamp on guard.
This dagger has never been in a collection prior coming to me.
Rated as rare in Fishers Guide,Robert Giersch made 2000 SA daggers.
Please look at the photos as they outline the untouche... read more

Code: 50588

Reserved

WWII Kukri

WWII Kukri

Here we have a very nice Army Traders Dehradun , 1943 example Kukri housed in a good rare 1926 scabbard made at Cawnpore. Missing rear pocket and strap as often seen but The Chakmak and Karda pocket is there. It’s my understanding that Army issue Kukri we’re not issued with the small knives (I’m open to be corrected).
These were sharpened period on stone wheels hence the rough grind. <... read more

Code: 50587

Reserved

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