EW072 World War II North Africa Theater Souvenir Dagger
This dagger was brought back from the North African theater. It has two nicely carved human heads for a pommel. The scabbard is held together by eleven dark wood pegs. The flat, scalloped crossguard has a palm tree engraved on it. The photo of the scabbard mouth shows the cross section of the blade which is a shallow triangle. The dagger is 12 inches overall with a 7 1/2 inch blade. This is the most interesting souvenir dagger I have had in a long time. Very good condition. $365
EW071 RAD Hewer with Hanger
This Third Reich Labor Service hewer is complete with the large style hanger. It was manufactured by ED. WUSTHOF of Solingen. The hanger is dated 1938. The dagger and the scabbard are stamped "Ma 460". This set is exactly as I purchased it and in very good condition. It could be cleaned but I will let the collector do that if they desire. $1,765
SOLD EW070 Ground Rohm SS Dagger SOLD
This SS dagger has had the Ernst Rohm name ground off of the rear of the blade. It was manufactured by Boker, includes the vertical style hanger and is in very good condition. It is just as purchased from the WW II U.S Army veteran. The only thing I have done to it is to lightly oil the blade. $7,500
SOLD EW069 Chained SS Dagger SOLD
This chained SS dagger is in very good condition. It is as recently purchased from the estate of the U.S. Army veteran. The only thing I have done to it is to lightly oil the blade. $8,500
EW068 Corporal Hite, 18th Field Artillery Group Engraved Bayonet
This German bayonet for the K98 Mauser is etched or engraved with the World War II service history of Corporal Leonard G. Hite. The pommel is engraved "CPL. LEONARD G. HITE." The blade reads "June 44 18th Field Artillery Group May 45, , Normandy Coast Saint Lo Falaise Gap Soissons Mons Aachen, Ardennes Duren Cologne Rhine Ruhr Pocket Chemnitz" The bayonet has no maker marks or other stampings. It is chrome plated with a heavy patina. It should clean up a lot but I will let the next owner do what he wants. A nice one-of-a-kind piece of history that needs to be researched. $1,750.00
EW067 USMC Enlisted Sword Frogs
These frogs are constructed of heavy leather, are 4 3/4 by 8 3/4 inches in size and in excellent condition. There is one each in black, white and brown. $15 each
EW065 Hirschfanger Style Bayonet.
Overall length 25 1/4 inches, blade length 20 7/8 inches, staghorn hilt, no scabbard, clamshell bent, probably second deer hoof missing from crossguard, marked "GRIEB", good condition. $465
EW055 U.S. Marine Corps Officer Sword
This sword is the mameluke style Marine officer sword. It was made in Germany for Hillborn-Hamburg of New York. The stainless steel blade is 29 1/2 inches long and the over all length is 35 1/2 inches. The blade is engraved with the name "James Buckley." I was told that Mr. buckley was a Marine aviator but I have been unable to verify that. It is complete with the sword hangers and braided leather sword knot. It is in excellent condition. $500
World War II Reichs Labor Service RAD Hewer and Hanger
This RAD hewer was manufactured by Carl Eickhorn of Soligen. The base of the hilt and the mouth of the scabbard are stamped "Ma 805" and a nut is missing from the grip.
The hanger leather is stamped "TH. SEIBOD, OFFENBACH A.M., 1937" and "1 38 B.A. Fur."
Please view the ten photos for condition and further markings.
SOLD EW054 Hewer $850
EW053 Hanger $850
World War II issue U.S. Navy Scabbard. for 22 inch blade USN MK 2 machete. Two available.
SOLD EW027 Excellent condition, $65
EW028 Good condition, $40
Refer to U.S. MILITARY KNIVES, BAYONETS & MACHETES, BOOK III, by M.H. Cole, pages 151.
EW026 Issue U.S. Navy Survival Kit Knife. Made by Colonial of Providence Rhode Island, excellent condition, $125
Refer to U.S. MILITARY KNIVES, BAYONETS & MACHETES, BOOK III, by M.H. Cole, pages 141.
EW025 Issue U.S. TL-29 Pocket Knife. Made by CAMILLUS, good condition, rust on blades, $25
Refer to U.S. MILITARY KNIVES, BAYONETS & MACHETES, BOOK III, by M.H. Cole, pages 124-128.
EW023 Issue U.S. Parachute Knife. Made by Schrade Walden, excellent condition, $20
Refer to U.S. MILITARY KNIVES, BAYONETS & MACHETES, BOOK III, by M.H. Cole, page 143.
EW022 Issue U.S. Pocket Knife. Main blade etched "PROPERTY OF U.S. GOVT.". Made by Kutmaster, Utica, NY, good condition, $25
Refer to U.S. MILITARY KNIVES, BAYONETS & MACHETES, BOOK III, by M.H. Cole, page 146.
EW021U.S. Marine Corps training Bayonet, OKC3T by Ontario Knife company.
The 13 1/2-inch trainer has an 8-inch molded polymer blade. The “dummy” blade is colored blue to signify that it is not a real weapon. The blade is not removable nor designed to be disassembled. The trainer's hilt and handle are identical to the Marine combat bayonet down to the eagle, globe and anchor molded into the grip. Developers added a thicker gauge metal cross guard to better withstand the constant shock of training.
The Marine Corps plans to put the trainers in each of the Martial Arts kits distributed throughout the Corps, thus giving all Marines a safer and more realistic training blade.
Excellent condition $165
EW020 Japanese Arisaka Bayonet, Nagoya Arsenal manufacture, with leather frog, excellent condition, $200
EW019 Model 1904 Hospital Corps Knife, with correct scabbard, blade marked: "S A 1911" and "US 21478", scabbard marked "ROCK ISLAND, ARSENAL., 1911, H.E.K.". As seen in "U.S. MILITARY KNIVES, BAYONETS & MACHETES, BOOK III" by M.H. Cole, pages 14 & 15. Very good condition, $435
EW018 World War II Theater Made Fighting Knife. Overall length 16 inches, blade 11 long by 1 1/4 inches wide, handle constructed of 17 Plexi-Glas discs, brass pommel, with handmade leather scabbard. $135
EW016 World War II United States Army Air Forces Survival Machete, as seen in "U.S. MILITARY KNIVES, BAYONETS & MACHETES, BOOK III" by M.H. Cole, page 142, No 2., with correct scabbard that is stamped "GOLDSEAL 1944 SYDNEY", excellent condition, $750
EW015 World War II Theater Made Fighting Knife, blade made from unknown bayonet, leather washer handle, brass pommel, aluminum crossguard, 12 inches overall, interesting leather scabbard constructed using no lacing, rivets, staples or stitching, good condition, $225
EW013 L. F. & C. Model 1917 - 1918 TRENCH KNIFE, knuckle guard and cross guard bent, very good blade and handle, dated 1917, WITHOUT SCABBARD, Reference: U.S. Military Knives Book III by M.H. Cole p.23, $375
EW01 U.S. SURVIVAL PILOT'S KNIFE, SHEATHED, CAMILLUS CUTLERY CO., with original paper packaging. Includes lanyard in original plastic package. Overall length in sheath is 10 1/2 inches, NOS condition, $225.00
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