Scarce WWII survival knife with original scabbard. Ricasso is marked "Collins & Co. Legitimus No. 18" Scabbard worn and "Collins & Co. Legitimus" is visible. Good overall condition.
U.S. Fighting Knives and Bolos
1918 Trench Knife by L.F. & C. Blade has been sharpened. Scabbard is marked "L.F.&C. 1918". Good overall condition.
US survival/fighting knife. Excellent condition.
U.S. Model 1917 Bolo Made by Plumb in 1918. Very good overall condition with scabbard.
Manufactured in 1912 by Springfield Armory. Spine has some dings. Metal has some areas of light scattered pitting. Good condition with scabbard.
Manufactured by Robeson. Ricasso is marked "Robeson ShurEdge No. 20" and "U.S.N" on opposite side. Blade has a small small chip at point. Metal is turning a gray patina. Scabbard is marked "U.S.N. MK2". Good overall condition.
US Navy marked scabbard and blade made by Pal. Tip has been reformed and blade has been sharpened. Reasonably priced.
Scabbard and riccasso are both USN marked. Manufactured by Camillus. Good overall condition.
Original Riflemans knife. Ricassso is marked "Ames MFG Co. Cabotville 1849" and is marked "S. Carolina" near spine. The reverse side is marked "USMR" for the US mounted riflemen. The cross guard has the "WD" and "JWR" markings. The sheath is leather with brass fittings. The stud, for frog, is marked "D". The blade has been sharpened long ago most likely by a soldier. The hilt is very good...
U.S. Confederate Bowie Knife. Possibly Cook and Brothers. This is one of the mystery blades of the Confederacy where no one knows exactly who made it, but it is agreed to be a Confederate made Bowie! Some well-known dealers and collectors attribute the manufacture to Cook and Brother of New Orleans. These knives have an unusual ring on the guard, some examples having just one ring, others...
US M3 fighting knife. Made by Imperial. Scabbard is marked US M8A1 PWH.