Swords, Knives, Bayonets, Daggers,

and Related Property


JAPAN

S.302. Very nice large (23" long by 1/2"- wide) Japanese WWII kai-gunto sword tassel for a Japanese Naval officers sword. The tassel was removed from a sword sold separately. Where the tassel looped through the saru-te, the tassel edges show light frying. The tassel rope shows no discoloration, still being a single color brown. Good condition...........................$175.

US Civil War era

NEW! S.316. Very nice Civil War era Bowie Knife hall marked Nashville Plow Works. The overall length is just short of 13" with the massive steel blade being 8 1/4" long. The blade is in fine condition, no rust, dents or blade chips – plenty of age metal patina. The blade is factory sharpened. The hilt is solid brass and the two piece handle is attached to the blade's tang by five (5) brass pegs. Very well made heavy knife. The item was found in a old tool bin in a Newport, California antique shop.
Great display piece......................................$2100.NEW!

GERMAN-Third Reich

S.288. WWII German Army K-98 bayonet with metal scabbard. The bayonet is in good condition, factory sharpened with the hall mark MUNDLOS, date 38 (1938) and serial number, 329 b. The backelite grip is in good condition. The pommel has two (2) waffen marks with the number WaA243. The metal scabbard is hall marked E. PACK & S and is also dated 1938. It has the serial number 6515 C. This ensemble is in good condition for seventy years old...............................................$95.

SOLD! S.294. Nice WWII German K-98 bayonet with scabbard and leather frog. The frog is the handle strap (SS) variation. The bayonet's handle is reddish bakelite , both sides of the handle grip in fine condition. The pommel has a waffen acceptance mark. The blade is in good condition and has the number 4 on the top of the blade's ridge line. The blade has the serial number 1089 D and the manufacturer's code, bym. The accompanying metal scabbard is also in good condition and is stamped 7329. The scabbard has retained some of it's bluing and has a age patina to it. The leather frog is in good condition, no hall mark identification present. This is a very nice ensemble...........................................$145.SOLD!

S.296. WWII German K-98 rifle bayonet. The bayonet's blade is in fine condition retaining much of it's original bluing. There is no rust, chips, still factory sharpened. The blade has the serial number 3778 and maker's identification, S/173G. The pommel is in good condition showing minute dent marks. The "button" has a waffen acceptance mark on it. The walnut wooden handle has several dents and one minor wood chip. The scabbard has also retained much of it's bluing and has the serial number 5324, hallmarked DURKOPP and dated 38 (1938). Nice original ensemble..,,,,......,,,,,,,,,..$115.

S.312. Very nice WWII German Army K-98 rifle bayonet with leather belt frog. The bayonet is in original condition having the red brown chip and crack free Bakelite grips. The pommel has two (2) waffen acceptance marks, both with the I.D. number WaA883.The blade is in good condition with the serial number 9712 s. The marker's mark and date is 41 (1941) fnj. The metal scabbard is numbered 456 and still has it's "throat" screw. The scabbard tip also is hall marked WaW8??. The black leather frog retains all of its' stitching and rivets. The frog is hall marked and dated 1940, E. L. G., Schlesien.
This bayonet ensemble is a nice piece of history........................................$165.

S.314. Extremely nice WWII German Kriegsmarine (Navy) Officer's Dress Dagger. The dagger is the 1938 Model, length 14.6" with the gilded pommel in the configuration of the national eagle with folded wings. The grips are white in color with the complete double wrap wiring. The fitting are all brass and gilded. The etched blade is in mint condition and likewise with the engraved lightening bolt scabbard design. The blade is hall marked with the word ORIGINAL Eickhorn Solingen with the squirrel j period logo. Both dagger and scabbard have all of their component pieces. This dagger has been in my Kriegsmarine collection for years.................................$1500.

S.315. Very nice original (authentic period) WWII German Navy Dress Dagger hangers. The dagger was suspended from two separate black straps, one longer than the other. Each was made from watered silk stitched to a velvet backing. Both straps have gilded lion head buckles and fittings. The short strap has a chain/hook attachment that when hooked around the eagle design pommel would keep the dagger in a vertical position when worn. Both straps are complete with all of their component parts, retain much of their original gilding, the snaps function fine - a nice set for a Kriegsmarine dress dagger...............................$425.


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