WW2 German Army Officers Dagger by E & F HÖRSTER with Beautiful Orange Coloured Grip
Here on offer is a good example of a what I believe is a early WW2 German Army Officers Dagger by E & F HÖRSTER with a lovely orange coloured grip.
The dagger is in good used condition with the earlier period thicker silver-plating finish to all the mounts and fittings, including the scabbard, with some minor age loss of plating.
The 14 oak leaf pattern pommel sho... read more
Victorian Long Service and Good Conduct Medal to George Jacobs a Petty Officer serving as Captain of The Forecastle on H.M.S. HIMALAYA
Here on offer is an excellent example of a genuine Queen Victoria Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct medal awarded to George Jacobs, a Petty Officer serving as a Captain of the Forecastle on H.M.S. HIMALAYA.
The edge is engraved with the following details:
GEOe JACOBS CAPt F. Cle H.M.S. HIMALAYA
The medal itself is in ex... read more
Unusual WW2 City of London Mayoral Hallmarked Silver Tray dated 9th Nov 1940
Here on offer is an unusual City of London Coat of Arms Mayoral silver tray.
The inscription of the front dates it to 9th November 1940, relates it to period of The Blitz on London during WW2.
The scalloped edged octagonal silver tray has four ornate scrolled feet and is in excellent condition with just a couple of very shallow dings that are hard to see.
WW2 Russian T34 Tank Turret Desk Trophy Commemorating the Heroes of Stalingrad 1942
Here on offer is an unusual WW2 Russian T34 Tank Turret desk trophy commemorating the heroes of Stalingrad 1942.
The green painted metal scale model of a T34 tank turret is fixed to an aluminium square column base. Weirdly underneath the base where the turret has been screwed in place, there is a small key? Clearly the owner thought this was a good place to hide a key, so I have... read more
Cased 1991 Boker Annual Damascus Collector's Jahresmesser Hunter Folding Knife – No.739 of 999
Here on offer is a beautiful 1991 Boker annual Damascus collector's Jahresmesser hunter folding knife, with its original wooden case.
This knife is a limited edition piece, being No.739 of 999. The number is stamped on the side of the lock-release.
The 1991 Böker annual knife features a stunning 300 layer Damascus blade by Manfred Sachse.
The grip sl... read more
Unique Hand Carved Wooden Version of a RAD EM Hewer dated 4.4.38
Here on offer is a hand carved wooden (near full size) version of a RAD EM Hewer, named and dated 4.4.38.
I have actually seen a photo of trainee RAD member wearing this type of hand made wood carved Hewer in their training camp. My understanding is that they were not issued with the official version until they had completed and passed their training course.
There... read more
Beautiful Boker “Watered” Pattern Damascus I Collector's Folding Knife - One of Only 500 Produced c1980
Here on offer is a beautiful Boker Damascus I Collector's folding knife with a 320 layer, “Watered” Damascus blade, heavily etched brass bolsters and natural bone grips.
Boker in Solingen, Germany produced it in the early 1980’s and I have owned it since new.
This knife is a limited edition, being one of only 500 ever produced and is one of the last made, number 49... read more
Reverse Glass Painted Picture of H.M.S. GOLIATH Memorialising her sinking in the Dardanelles 12th May 1915 during WW1
Here on offer is a rare example of a commemorative reverse glass painted picture of the Royal Navy battleship H.M.S. GOLIATH, before she was sunk by torpedoes in the Dardenelles on 12th May 1915, during WW1.
A glass picture has been reverse printed and then hand coloured along with mother of pearl detailing.
The picture shows the ship at full speed in a calm sea w... read more
Boker Damascus Collector's Folding Knife with 300 layer Ladder Damascus Blade and 3000 Year Old Bog Oak Wood Handles
Here on offer is a beautiful Boker Damascus Collector's folding knife with a 300 layer, ladder Damascus blade and 3000 year old bog oak wooden handle slabs.
I have owned this knife since about the year 2000 and it is in unused mint condition.
This is a truly sophisticated Boker folding lock knife with captivating lines and polished nickel silver bolsters.
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Large French Bronze Medal - 2nd Prize - in the 10th international competition of the interpretation of the French melodies in 1966
Here on offer is a fine example of a large French bronze medal that was awarded to Anne Duparcq for a 2nd prize in the 10th international competition of the interpretation of the French melodies in 1966.
The medal was designed by the famous French medallist, Marie Alexandre Lucien COUDRAY (1864-1932).
A pupil of Dumont and Thomas, Allouard and Ponscarme.
Awarded t... read more