Beautiful Indonesian Keris. Very fine and impressive Keris circa 1870’s with ivory sheath and grip, 14” watered (Damascus) blade with bronze dragon and an overall length of 20 ½”. Scabbard has a very minor chip. This is the finest Keris we have ever owned.
Rare Type Indonesian Kris. The watered blade is 13 ½” long and has an area 5” from the hilt where the blade parts as (see through rivulets) giving the impression of running water at the hilt. There is a chiseled “effigy” of a deity? There is an iron statue of a figure of a man with hands clasped together and the face gives the impression of prayer or deep thought. The sheath is more typical of...
Pair of Philippine Bolo Knives. Pommels are horn carved animal heads. Blades are approximately 14”. An interesting pair.
Very Rare Jimmy Lile Death Wind. This is a Jimmy Lile “Death Wind” combat knife with 6” blade. This knife is in brand new condition as well as the ambidextrous sheath. This knife is serial number 198. This knife has the “LILE” marking with the dot. Very rare knife with only 274 of these ever made.
Wostenholm & Son Bowie Knife. 9 ¼” Blade and 14 5/8” overall length. Overall very good condition, no original polish. Blade has spots of light pitting. Blade markings are nice and clear. Left hand side is marked “G. Wostenholm & Son/Washington Works/Sheffield”. Ricasso is marked “I*XL”. Grips are stag. Sheath is a well-made replacement.
Jimmy Lile EZ Folder. Wood Insert grip. Knife is in excellent condition. Jimmy Lile Folders are highly prized.
Ames Double Dog Head Bowie Knife. Very scarce Ames manufactured Bowie knife. Not a lot is known about these knives. Several known examples have soldiers’ names to units that were raised in the Springfield and Chicopee regions of Massachusetts; which is also the area where the Ames factory was located. Blade shows a light to medium gray patina with some darker staining. This looks like a knife...
Vintage Kiebitz 7 day Straight Razor Kit. Each razor is marked GEBR. EMDE Solingen Weyer Germany. All are marked 150. Handles are celluloid and are decorative with faux tortoise shell coloration. Each handle is marked by a nickel-silver day of the week, so you always have a fresh razor for the morning shave. The blades are also ornate and have gold colored filigree. There is some slight...
Argentine Gaucho knife.
circa 19th Century.
Spanish Very LARGE folding Deer Bowie with 9" blade and overall length of 11.5"
Smith & Wesson blade saver.
Indonesian Kris with watered blade and nicely engraved scabbard.