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Custom Moose Frontier Bushcraft Knife By A. S. HardingA premium moose handled Frontier knife, designed and made by Tony Harding. Bearing his "ASH" logo, this robust bushcraft knife has a 4mm thick blade and Scandi grind.
This Frontier knife is brand new, although Harding has given it an aged appearance by acid etching the blade and embellishing it with a wayfarer's compass rose. It comes super sharp, protected by a gorgeous handmade leather sheath, wet moulded and fitted to the knife.
Made from O1 heat-treated carbon steel, Harding's knives are of premium quality and when married to moose scales, there's something very Wild West about this one.
Having used Harding's knives myself, I can attest to their functionality and outstanding build quality. A great collector's knife, or a blade to use for all manner of camp work.
Code: 51076Price: 245.00 GBP
WW1 Princess Mary Christmas Gift Tin & CardAn excellent example of the 1914 Princess Mary Christmas tin, retaining nearly all the gilt finish - No unsightly dents or splits.
The tin also contained the original Christmas card, plus medal ribbons.
Difficult to better.
Code: 51075Price: 38.00 GBP
W. Tranter Japanned Bullet TinA genuine japanned "W. Tranter" bullet tin in good condition. Retaining most of its black finish and original green trade label - slightly dulled but with clear text.
Radway Green .303 Military Drill RoundsProduction of the D Mark 10 .303 drill round commenced at Radway Green in 1950, although the cartridge was not accepted into service until 1954. The cartridge was similar to its predecessors but the bullet was traditionally seated using a crimped rim. In continuous use, this seating method soon allowed the bullet to recede into the case.
The clip has four drill rounds - three are dated 1950, whilst the other is 1951 dated. All are in used condition, however two have some dints and one of the heads has started to recede.
Code: 51073Price: 8.00 GBP
WW2 Dagger Jack Knife By NowillKnown to the War Department as, "Knives, Dagger Jack - Plain", these knives have only a single locking blade. Issued among Commandos and possibly some SOE operatives, this one is lightly marked "Nowill & Son".
The knife is complete but it has service wear throughout and staining to the blade - Grip scales are undamaged.
Blade length = 3½ inches
Overall length closed = 5 inches
Falklands War - Hopkins MOD Survival KnifeA Falklands War era military survival knife: Originally made by Wilkinson Sword and Joseph Rodgers, these hefty knives are still part of the MOD inventory. Designated by the military as "Survival Knives," they are most useful when chopping branches, splitting logs, prying, levering, digging, gouging, drilling, hammering and generally being the most versatile piece of kit when it comes to outdoor survival.
A Jack-of-all-trades, this knife feature a one-piece full-length tang and a 5mm blade rib. Being in sleepy condition, the knife has been lightly used, but has no sign of abuse. The wood grip is stamped with the "H" mark in a diamond, identifying the maker as Hopkins of Sheffield. The knife comes with a factory dull cutting edge but this can be improved upon if required.
Cosmetically the knife has a protective black phosphate finish to all the steel parts. Grips are of wood with heavy duty copper rivets. These are further stamped with a stock number, plus broad arrow mark and 1982 date. The knife is retained in its rare original leather sheath, which is also military stamped, just the same as when first produced in the late 1950's.
Probably the most robust survival knife ever.
Code: 51071Price: 95.00 GBP
WW2 Royal Navy .303 Military Drill RoundsAn original clip of five chrome plated .303 drill rounds, each one stamped with "RL" (Royal Laboratories) and "D VII N" together with a broad arrow mark. This version of the drill round was introduced for the Royal Navy in 1932. By 1944 the headstamp had changed.
Generally in very good condition, with red flutes and primer pockets, complete with an original "D.S. MK 4" marked spring clip.
Code: 51070Price: 18.00 GBP
Bundeswehr Issue Pocket KnifeA genuine Bundeswehr issue pocket knife made in Germany by Carl Julius Herbertz, following the Victorinox contract.
Virtually unused and in near mint condition, this knife has the usual main blade, saw, screw driver, spike, corkscrew and bottle opener tools. It even retains its saw blade guard.
Perfect green grip scales incorporating the national eagle emblem.
Ideal for the collector or for everyday use.
Blade Length = 2¾ inches
Code: 51069Price: 30.00 GBP
WW1 Era W. Rodgers General Service KnifeA very good and relatively unused pocket knife signed by "W. Rodgers, Sheffield." The knife is of general service pattern, typical of military examples with a single blade and spike but with lovely polished horn scales, which are undamaged.
Overall a super example that would be good for the collector or for daily use.
Blade Length = 2½ inches
Overall length = 3½ inches
Wilson Military Issue GS KnifeA late or post WW2 pocket knife by Wilson, with the maker's name and broad arrow to the blade. The knife shows virtually no signs of use, just general age discolouration and minor wear - No sharpening.
Perfect grips and a solid working action makes this a lovely knife for use or for the collector.
Code: 51065Price: 25.00 GBP
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