Knife List #218
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1295.) Fairbairn – Sykes as new and unused blued blade still in the wrap. This is the third model blade with a needle point tip and threaded tang rod. Never assembled into a knife, it is perfect. $100.00
1310.) M4 Bayonet blade never used. Has full Parkerized coverage with some handling marks. Has correct 90 degree run out or back cut as some call it. Never sharpened. $60.00
1313.) Cloth type sheath for the M1917 bayonet. Like new with correct M1910 bent hook hanger. $20.00
(I thought these were for the training bayonet but Gary Cunningham found they were for the M1917. The trainer does not fit!)
1441.) Leather KA-BAR USMC marked current type sheath like new, these are factory seconds so do have some minor imperfection in them but all will function and work well. $15.00
1442.) Leather KA-BAR US ARMY marked current type sheath like new, these are factory seconds so do have some minor imperfection in them but all will function and work well. $15.00
1443.) Leather KA-BAR US NAVY marked current type sheath like new, these are factory seconds so do have some minor imperfection in them but all will function and work well. $15.00
1445.) Leather Marbles Jet Pilot knife sheath, these are left overs found in the factory circa 1999. They are a bit dirty but will clean nicely. Find another anywhere I dare you. Made for the Marbles 6 inch JPK but will work with the Camillus as well. $125.00.
1457.) Lancay M9 bayonet, first contract piece but with the second contract blade. Pretty hard to find piece and this one is new. $500.00
1459.) Phrobis International M9A1 bayonet in Desert Tan color. An improvement to the M9 bayonet that was never adopted by the military. This is when Phrobis moved manufacturing to Spain with the new name. Great markings, Like new still in the cosmoline. $450.00
1460.) Eickhorn Bayonet 2000 with wire cutter, made for the USMC early contract bidding but was not selected. Very few were made in this configuration before Eickhorn went bankrupt. New condition. $250.00
1461.) Marto M9 bayonet commercial sales piece not meant for sale in the US, European sales only. This is when Phrobis moved manufacturing to Spain and had Marto making the product. As new. $400.00
1485.) Eickhorn Rescue Knife. Made during the same time frame as the USMC Bayonet 2000 right before Eickhorn claimed bankruptcy and closed down. One of few made. $300.00
1486.) Eickhorn ASEK flight crew pattern. Rescue Knife. Made during the same time frame as the USMC Bayonet 2000 right before Eickhorn claimed bankruptcy and closed down. They were part of a lawsuit for using the ASEK name. Rare piece. $300.00
1487.) Phrobis International M9 with black plastic scabbard and black oxide blade. One of only forty ever made. Super rare piece. $900.00
1490.) M9 Phrobis / Buck commercial bayonet as new with in and out scabbard wear. The ricasso displays the proper 1988 date code and the four line Phrobis III marking. $350.00
1432.) Another unknown maker from a World War Two theatre knife. Handsome double edged stiletto is extremely well machined from a thick piece of stock and tapered expertly. The grip is leather with aluminum and brass and is all tight and correct. Come with custom fitted scabbard. A well executed set.
1468.) A unique knuckle knife in that the grip and knuckle bow are made from wood. Carved from some sort of dark hard wood with finger grooves cut in. The 7 inch blade is showing some age patina but still bright. The heavy leather scabbard is well made and sewn and riveted tight.
1469.) This is a big one, 19 inches overall length with a 13 1/4 inch blade. The blade has some number markings on it from it’s previous life and is marked Made in USA as well. Large wood grip painted a bright yellow. The leather sheath is riveted with large copper rivets and has the USN fouled anchor on the front.
$300.00 Now $250.00
1477.) Crudely made with old steel knucks brazed to a brass grip. Blade is made from a 4 sided bayonet and is 10.5 inches long. Sheath is made from a Japanese rubberized canvas frog with a leather covered and stitched body. Very unique and cool piece.
1479.) Extra Large theatre knife made from a Collins No 18 machete. Has stacked Plexiglas and aluminum grip with a steel guard and steel pommel carved into the shape of a Fox head. Comes with a Collins No 13 sheath. Cool WW II art piece.
1481.) Aussie made Officers model bronze knucks knife. Hard to find piece with the correct cast grip made during WW II. Excellent condition with a bit of minor sharpening.
1504.) Western 5 inch hunting knife with slim line blade. Blade is full and handle is tight. Typical Western split tang construction come with proper Western double stitched scabbard.
1505.) Beautiful theatre knife 7.5 inch clip point bowie blade, Handle is made from Micarta brass and aluminum and is solid and tight. Sheath is custom made for the knife and in excellent condition as is the knife. A nice rig.
1510.) Leather wrapped stiletto made from the center section of a M 1913 Patton Saber. Great looking piece with superb leather on the grip section. Missing the butt cap but shows us how they were assembled with layers of steel on both sides of the blade to make the grip wider for a comfortable hold.
1554.) A very rare aluminum handled knife based on the blade of the Delta Knife. I have seen a very few around and do not know the origin of these but do know it is a very scarce model. Cool piece.
1559.) Robbins Dudley post war made push dagger. Overall excellent shape with no damage. Comes with a great leather sheath. Fantastic display piece and hard to find.
1563.) Kennedy Arms St Paul Min aluminum gripped knife that is double stamped having the makers name Moore MPLS stamped into it as well. These dual stamped knives are great as they led us to knowing the story of them. Come with a Kennedy Arms logo stamped leather sheath. Nice Piece.
1564.) British Joseph Rodgers survival floating raft knife with canvas glue in piece never used. Come with correct sheaths and tie down string attached. As new.
1576.) Unmarked Case Stiletto from the WW II period. Full blade with leather grip and cast aluminum pommel in the correct leather sheath. Appears this was a Parkerized version.
1578.) FS Knife made in the 1970’s to 1980’s and marked Sheffield England on the ricasso. Excellent condition with like new scabbard. One small spot on the blade away from perfect.
1579.) Super condition EGW knife with nesting silverware in kit form. Bottle opener, can opener, knife fork and spoon in kit with 5 1-4 inch bladed leather gripped knife. As new with light handling marks.
1580.) Utica Cutlery Co. Jet Pilots knife. The rarest of the rare JPK the Uticas are super hard to find. It took me years to get my first one. This one has had the top 1-2 inch of the guard removed by a previous owner so I got it priced at a reasonable price.
1591.) Aluminum cast grip WW II era theatre knife with the thin power saw steel blade. Said to be unmarked Richtig knives I have never seen proof of it. Come with correct period leather sheath.
1592.) Like new blued Fairbairn Sykes knife. Made by J Nowill and stamped as such on the guard. It is also stamped with the Broad Arrow and H in a Diamond code. Like new sheath as well.
1593.) Unmarked Case Stiletto with the Parkerized blade and theatre altered grip. The pommel is missing but held in place with two pins. Plexiglas and leather grip. Has correct sheath.
1609.) Custom Theatre knife with scimitar shaped blade and aluminum, plastic and Micarta grip. Large cross guard with steel pommel, very cool looking knife.
1616.) Theatre made knuckle knife with the makers names and the recipient named on the blade. Super rare to find all the info on both on this knife. Owner was in the USMC 2nd Division during WW II.
1617.) Theatre dagger with clear plexi grip and blue colored tang. Made with brass pommel and guard.
1620.) US marked M9 bayonet as made by Lancay. This is one of one hundred made in this pattern in black without a sharpening stone in the sheath. A super rare M9 in like new condition.
1621.) US marked M9 bayonet as made by Lancay. This is one of one hundred made in this pattern in black with a sharpening stone in the sheath. A super rare M9 in like new condition.
$450.00Now $395.00 (As above but with a stone mounted scabbard)
1622.) Aluminum cast grip theatre knife. Said to be made by Frank Richtig but I have never found and evidence of it. Whoever made it they made quite a few as we see many of them these days. Has light pitting and patina over most of the blade that will clean with a little work if you so choose.
1624.) Leather gripped theatre knife with 5 3-4 inch blade. Very plain looking theatre knife but the redeeming factor is the guard is made with a dog tag. Has a name and dated 1943. Neat piece.
1625.) Eickhorn M5 with plum blade and serial numbered. Has the correct Made in W. Germany M8A1 scabbard that has been defaced, both like new.
1626.) Case unmarked 6 inch utility knife called a “Hunting Knife” by the US military. Has a stacked leather grip and steel pommel and guard. Come with a sheath that looks like the typical Kinfolks sheath but no logo stamping. Typical WW II utility knife.
1627.) Large aluminum cast grip theatre knife with 10 inch long clip point blade. Nice workmanship on the overall piece.
1632.) WW II theatre knife made from industrial saw blade with Plexiglas, brass and vulcanized fiber grip. Come with a business card and note that states 26 like it made in 1943 and the makers name.
1633.) WW II Theatre knife with 7 inch steel blade and Plexiglas, aluminum and wood and copper grip. Typical unknown construction piece.
1635.) M10 black plastic bayonet scabbard as new in the packaging. $25.00
1643.) Hamden Ek converted with theatre grip. The exact knife shown in Wrights Theater Knives book on Pg 152, check the serial number!. This is a model 9 Marine knife converted in the South Pacific. $450.00
1645.) Bark River Knives Ek Model 2 replica made with new and improved materials. Correct leather sheath with double retaining straps. Like New $125.00
1646.) Conetta made Fighting Utility knife made during the Vietnam era. Blade has some use and sharpening, minor age patina around guard. Has the proper scabbard with the fellows name carved in the front. Will clean up if you want to. $125.00
1648.) Camillus 1219C2 Fighting / Utility knife with guard marked USMC. Knife is Very Good with some sharpening and use. Comes with a proper two color sheath for the WW II and Vietnam era. They had the USMC dye the front black according to orders. $125.00
1655.) KA-BAR 6 inch utility “Hunting Knife”. This is the plated version with the proper scabbard. Full blade and tight grip. Nice piece. $75.00
1656.) Kinfolks 6 inch utility “Hunting Knife”. This is the plated version with the proper scabbard. Full blade and tight grip. Nice piece. $75.00
1657.) Robeson Shuredge 6 inch utility “Hunting Knife”. This is the plated version with the proper scabbard. Full blade and tight grip, knife is like new, owners started to decorate the sheath. Nice piece. $75.00
1658.) PAL RH36 6 inch utility “Hunting Knife”. This is the parkerized version with the proper scabbard. Full blade and tight grip, has sharpening and finish loss. Nice piece. $50.00
1669.) Hollow Steel Handle with Jet Pilots type blade and compass in the pommel. Made during the Rambo craze of the 1980’s. marked with Hoffritz on the blade, remember them, they has stores in Malls all over the country. $40.00
1670.) Hollow Steel Handle with saw back type blade, missing the compass. Made during the Rambo craze of the 1980’s. This is like new made in Japan and camo cast grip and camo sheath. Still in the box. $40.00
1677.) OSS Smatchet with bright blade and large black plastic grip. This is a Case made Smatchet as described by Albert Baer in his notes that was made for the OSS. A beautiful piece in excellent condition with proper leather sheath. It would be near impossible to upgrade this one. $1500.00
1678.) Ek non catalog Hamden Model 11 in excellent plus condition. This is a non-catalog knife that is extremely rare to find. I know of only one other one that Gary Boyd wrote up in an article many years ago. The supreme piece for any Ek collector.
1679.) LF&C Model of 1918 Mark I Trench Knife. Excellent plus condition with about 95% of the chemical blackening overall on the knife. Pretty much like new condition. Come with the French version scabbard probably mixed up in the Ordnance Dept. $750.00
1680.) Murphy Combat knife. Mid production WW II era knife with Murphy Combat and USA cast into the aluminum grip. Knife is great overall and comes with the correct Murphy sheath with correct rivets and decorative large retainer snap.
1681.) Richtig WW II era fighting knife. Awesome Richtig knife with 5 3-4 inch blade, brass leather and red & black spacer grip. Knife has the FJR with address stamped in the pommel. This is the exact knife shown in Cole Book IV Pg 176. With the same sheath that is sheep skin (wool) lined as Cole explains. Has some light spotting on the blade from residing in the sheath. You can choose to clean it if you buy it! $2500.00
1682.) LF&C Model of 1917 trench knife. The early War trench knife with triangular blade and stamped grip strap. Blade is clean and sharp, grip has three notched in the back. Nice condition piece. $350.00
1683.) Anderson Glendale Calif knife blank. Made from the ricasso end of a Patton Model 1913 Saber this blank was made by LF&C and dated 1918. Has great clear markings on the blade and grip. This was found in a crawl space cache when the original Anderson home was sold and about to be remodeled. Talk about a rarity…
1684.) Parsons knuckle knife made during the Vietnam war. This is the model made with the M7 bayonet blade and advertised for sale by Kevin Parsons. This is the exact knife I used for photographs in my Parsons Article for Knife World. Excellent plus knife with M8A1 scabbard.
1685.) Sanssouci made 6 inch utility knife made from a WW II era Williams blade. Excellent plus condition knife with the correct scabbard. This is a pretty scarce Sanssouci model, we usually see the Mk2 blade patterns.
1686.) OSS Spring Cosh with leather grip. Here we have a super hard to find WW II era piece of history. Issued by the OSS as non-lethal these items are almost impossble to find today. Excellent piece.
1687.) German SIPO Spring Cosh Sicherheitspolizei (SiPo) was the name of the combined forces of the Gestapo (secret state police) and the Kripo (criminal police) between 1936 and the start of WW2 in Sept 1939. On September 27 1939 Reichsführer-SS Himmler created the RSHA (Reichssicherheitshauptamt) by merging the SS Sicherheitsdienst (SD) with the police SIPO and KRIPO. The SiPo was a sub-department of the SS until the end of the war. Its stated duty was to find and eliminate "enemies" of the Third Reich. Excellent plus condition $700.00
Classic Books On Sale
B001.) The American Bayonet by Albert Hardin $100.00
B002.) Cole Book One paperback by MH Cole $50.00
B003.) Cole Book III Second printing 1981 Fine condition $125.00 New
B005.) Fighting Knives by Stephens Fine condition $50.00 New
B006.) Bayonets of the Remington Ctg Period by Janzen $100.00
B007.) Collectors Guide to Ames Military Edged Weapons by Hickox $20.00
B008.) US Military Knives 1941 to 1991 Silvey $325.00 New
B009.) Light But Efficient by Hardin $25.00
B011.) Swords and Blades of the American Revolution by Neumann $25.00
B013.) British Military Bayonets by Latham $25.00
B015.) The German Bayonet by Walter $25.00
B017.) The Bayonet by Walter & Carter $20.00
B019.) A Primer of German Military Knives by Hughes $10.00
B020.) The Collectors Pictorial Book of Bayonets by Stephens. $20.00
B021.) A Primer of World Bayonets Parts 1 & 2 by Walter & Hughes $40.00
B022.) Guide to Foreign & US Bayonets by Ernst $10.00
B023.) Bayonet Markings, A Guide for Collectors by Davidson $10.00
B024.) Bayonets of the World Vol 1 (no dust jacket) by Kiesling $50.00
B025.) Bayonets of the World Vol 2 (no dust jacket) by Kiesling $50.00
B026.) Bayonets of the World Vol 3 (no dust jacket) by Kiesling $50.00
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