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Scottish piper's dirk with scabbard of 19th century date. 44 cm overall with 30 cm blade of traditional form with maker's particulars of Robert Mole and Sons of Birmingham. Nickel silver mounted black wood hilt of thistle form, the pommel with Queen Victor
A fine British naval officers dirk of early 19th century date. Curved blade engraved with naval motifs. Gilt mounted Ivory grip with lovely patina. Brass mounted black leather scabbard engraved 'Goldneys late Neilds St James Str. Sword Cutlers to H.R.H the
A British early 19th century naval dirk lion's head pommel with ribbed ivory grip. Cross quillons. Curved blade with single fuller signed: Wooley Sargant & Fairfax. Wrapped leather scabbard with brass fittings. Length 59 cm
Engraved dirk dated 1689 and a Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife the dirk engraved 'William Et Marte - London 1689' and the fighting knife stamped 'William Rodgers Sheffield England'. Length of largest - 31 cm
A Victorian naval midshipmans dirk, maker Gieves Matthews & Seagrove, the sword, comprising a white ray skin wire wrapped grip surmounted by a gilt lion's head pommel, with a gold bullion sword knot attached, over a gilt guard, all over a fully etched blad
A Thai naval dagger. A standard Thai naval dirk with brightly polished single edged blade surmounted by wire wrapped shagreen hilt with elephant's head pommel. Complete with original scabbard with two hanging rings. Scabbard secured with safety mechanism.
A Georgian naval officer's dirk, 9 inch spear point double edged blade, fine gilt mounts with ivory reeded grip, with leather scabbard and gilt mounts marked Dudley grand Parade, Portsmouth with original fabric and lion mask hangers, very good condition
A Scottish dirk, 11 inch single edged blade, fine carved strapwork, hilt plain German silver pommel and scabbard fittings, top with rampant lion of the London Scottish Regiment, complete with small knife and fork and chains, very good condition
A Scottish dirk, 9 1/2 inch clip point single edged blade marked Charles Murray, fine carved hilt with large facetted stone, leather scabbard with knife and fork with fancy sterling silver thistles and fitting in silver, no marks light staining, very good
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