JOHN C. DENNER CO...Weapons Catalogue - Knives & Daggers
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SOLDKD-1. NAZI ARMY DAGGER: Maker: F.W. HOLLER, SOLINGEN. Excellent blade and grip. Complete with hangers. $750.00SOLD
 
 
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KD-2. SWEDISH KNIFE: Maker: ALFRED NORRSTRUM – ESKILSTUNA. Made in the Finnish style “PUUKKO”. 3 inch blade. Beautifully carved wood grip depicting a sea monster. $125.00
 
 

 
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KD-3. BRITISH PARATROOPER MACHETE: Maker: RALPH MARTINDALE dated 1943. Alligator logo on blade, with Broad Arrow. Scabbard brown leather stamped “BHG 1943”. This was worn on the leg; no provision is made to be worn on a waist belt. These machetes were to be issued to Paratroopers operating in the Far East. It is well illustrated in Ron Flook’s book “British and Commonwealth Military Knives” page 109-110. This is a very rare Para Machete especially with the very unique sheath.    $950.00
 


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KD-4. JAPANESE WAKISASHI: 14 inch blade has been poorly polished. The Fuchi and Menuki have reclining figures on a pillow with gold highlights. The Tsuba has a woven mat background with gold flowers and petals. The Kozuka (side knife) has some engraving with a panel of Japanese characters. All the fitting are excellent. The blue silk wrapping has completely deteriorated and should be replaced. This is an early blade, circa 1700 which could take a polishing very well and should really be restored. Blade GOOD. All fittings excellent. $950.00
 
 
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KD-5. CHINESE BRONZE DAGGER: Undoubtedly a fake but looks great! Overall length 17 inches. $45.00
 
 

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KD-6. INDIAN JAMADHAR SEHILKANETH (3 BLADED KATAR): The entire silver inlay is still intact overall. The blades are activated by squeezing the two central bars together. Complete with its original scabbard, which is quite RARE. This piece is in exceptionally fine condition. Ref: Islamic Weapons Maghrib to Mogal” by Anthony C. Tirri Page 297. (This book is available for $150.00) $750.00
 
 

 
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BOOK: ISLAMIC WEAPONS MAGHRIB TO MOGHUL by Anthony C. Tirri: Indigo Publishing, Miami, USA, 2003. Gilt-Embossed Black Cloth and dust cover. Book Condition: New -. Size 9 “ x 12”. 484 pages - in English - over 350 color illustrations - 13 color maps - a handsomely bound and printed work on weapons used in battle in Islamic countries, from Morocco to Indonesia, between the 17th and 19th centuries, by one of the world's foremost authorities and collectors. Chapters on Damascus steel - Islamic calendar with date conversion - reproductions/composites, bazaar pieces - bibliography - index. This has become the prime research source for the Islamic collector. All our Islamic items are cross referenced to this book. $150.00
 
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KD-7. TURKISH “BIGHAQ”: 12 inch blade, bone grip beautifully decorated with brass pins and silver Niello circular inlays. Very nice maker’s stamp of a scimitar on the right side of the blade. Brass covered wood sheath.   $350.00
 
 

 
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KD-8. 2nd PATTERN FAIRBURN-SYKES NAMED TO R.A. GARTKE: Maker: WILKINSON. GARTKE was a Captain with the Lord Strathcona Horse. He had two tanks under his command in Italy. The first was “Attila II” with which he fought the Battle of the Melfa River and again at Cervia. His second tank was “Alligator” with which he fought at Vino Ridge. 6 inch blade with “WILKINSON” logo on one side; “THE F-S Fighting Knife” on the other. $1100.00
 
 

 
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KD-9. 3rd PATTERN FAIRBAIRN-SYKES: Maker: WILLIAM RODGERS, Sheffield, England. No. 3 mould number on pommel. 7 inch blade. $275.00
 
 

 
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KD-10. SCOTTISH DIRK CIRCA 1770: 11 inch blade. Silver mounts on scabbard and grip of the dirk. The scabbard is quite rough and missing the small knife. Some light pitting on the blade. The pommel cap is missing. It would have been the same as on the fork. $1750.00
 
 

 
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SOLDKD-11. PERSIAN JAMBIYA: Circa 1850. Magnificent 10 inch blade with a gold lined panel illustrating birds in foliage. The blade has fantastic cut-outs in a ladder design. The hilt is carved with the same birds in foliage as on the blade. The scabbard as large animals such as deer and what appears to be a large cat. The edges have silver inlay. This is truly a work of art. TIRRI Page 208. $1200.00SOLD
 
 

 
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SOLDKD-12. SPANISH OR SOUTH AMERICAN DAGGER: 12 inch blade. Circa 1850-1900. German silver mounts on the scabbard which retains the original frog. The cross-guard, which is also German silver, has a lovely oak leaf design. The grip is wood with a lovely framed stone tacked on the front, with a very fancy pommel cap. $125.00SOLD
 
 

 
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SOLDKD-13. PERSIAN PESHKABZ: Circa 1850. Lovely 8 inch blade, with chain mail piercing tip. JADE STONE GRIP. Leather covered wood scabbard with brass tip. This is a very high quality piece. TIRRI page 213 $1250.00SOLD
 
 

 
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SOLDKD-14. ARABIAN JAMBIYA FROM OMAN: Profusely covered in Silver. The silver work is exceptional. The lower portion is woven with silver strips in a highly decorative fashion.
 With its original belt. The 7 inch blade is of typical low quality. TIRRI page 92. $850.00SOLD
 
 

 
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KD-15. GERMAN HUNTING DAGGER: Circa 1700 with a medieval blade. Probably from the early 1600’s. Note the armourer’s mark on the top of the blade; it was inlayed with gold at one time. Only part of  the gold remains. Iron mounted with IVORY GRIP. $1850.00
 
 

 
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KD-16. JAPANESE TEMPLE TANTO: Carved bone scabbard and handle. 7 inch blade. Chip missing from scabbard. $195.00
 
 

 
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KD-17. CONFEDERATE BOWIE: 14 inch blade. It weighs a whopping 2.6 lbs or 1.2 Kilos. The blade is engraved “LT. GALBRAITH, 1st Florida Regt, Camp Magnolia”. The back edge is engraved. It is so faint it is hard to read. When it was found there were no grips on it. The previous owner put wood grips on it. It looks like there was a pommel cap at one time. Not knowing what it looked like no attempt was made to replace it. This piece was found in a home in Ottawa, Ontario. When found the inscription was not visible; only after it was very carefully cleaned did the engraving appear. $3500.00.
 
 

 
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KD-18. SUDANESE ARM DAGGER: 5 ⅜ inch blade. Wood grip nicely fluted. Leather scabbard with snake-skin covering. This dates to the Mahdist Era of 1898 and The Battle of Omdurman. $145.00
 
 

 
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KD-19. ROSS “TRENCH KNIFE”: Pommel date 9-10 (SEPT. 1910). $150.00
 
 

 
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KD-20 . INDIAN ARMY KUKRI: Wood grip. 12 inch blade, stamped “INDIA” with Broad Arrow. Mid-20th Century 125.00
   

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KD-21. BLACK LEATHER FROG FOR A MILITARY KUKRI: Early 20th Century. $75.00
   

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KD-22. AFGHAN PESHKABZ; Circa 1850. Brass grip with wood pommel. 9 inch blade. Brass mounted wood scabbard. (TIRRI pg. 244) $350.00
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KD-23. SUDANESE ARM DAGGER: 7 inch blade with wood grip. These date to the Madist Period of 1898, The Battle of Omdurman. Leather scabbard with snake skin decoration. This dagger is unique in that it comes with two awls – one large; one small, with tweezers at the other end, also a large needle. Rare with these accessories. (TIRRI pg. 77) $350.00
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KD-24.  AMERICAN INDIAN CROOKED KNIFE: 3 inch blade, 11 inch overall. A name NHUTT (the “N” is reversed). These knives were tools used in the construction of canoes, amongst other things. They are from the North East region of America. $125.00 
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KD-25. INDIAN JAMADHAR SEHLIKANETH (3 BLADED KATAR): Silver inlay on the blade and handle is mostly intact. The blades are activated by squeezing the two central bars together. (TIRRI pg. 297) $550.00
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KD-26. SCOTTISH SKEAN DHU: Maker “WILLIAM ROGERS SHEFFIELD ENGLAND” with his logo “I CUT MY WAY”. Rose-wood handle with silver thistle. Brown leather scabbard. This is a rather unusual style Skean Dhu . Chip off the back of the grip. $125.00
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KD-27. PHILIPPINE PUNAL: 7 inch blade, silver mounted grip and scabbard. (TIRRI pg. 443) $325.00
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KD-28. BURMESE DHA: Early 20th Century. Ivory grip, silver mounds and scabbard beautifully decorated. 13 ” overall. Tirri Pg. 404. $450.00
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KD-29. MEADE MOH: Early 20th Century. Grip and scabbard bound with SAI-SIN (Holy Rope). This is a Buddhist Talisman from Thailand. $35.00
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KD-30. ENGLISH SKINNING KNIFE: Maker: A.J. Jordan, Sheffield circa 1900. 6 ” blade. Wood grips. 11 inches overall. $75.00
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KD-31. AMERICAN SKINNING KNIFE: Maker: Lamson & Goodnow, Shelburne Falls, Mass. Founded 1842; by 1860 they were the largest cutlery company in America. This logo was in use between 1855 and 1870. Rosewood grips. $150.00
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KD-32. AMERICAN UTILITY KNIFE; Maker: Village Blacksmith, formerly Washington Cutlery Co., Watertown, N.Y. circa 1900-1900. They made farm knives and tools. $45.00
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KD-33. GERMAN HUNTING KNIFE: Maker’s logo “Gesetzlich, Geschuitz, Prussia”. 5 ⅛” blade. Wood grips with large brass rivets with a standing figure of a man in the centre. $75.00.
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KD-34. ENGLISH BOWIE HUNTING KNIFE: Maker: Fred’K Reynolds, Sheffield. Horn grips are excellent. 4 ” blade. Circa 1870-1880. $495.00
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KD-35. FRENCH MASONIC DAGGER: Maker’s logo on the ricasso. Rosewood grip, brass ferrule, 4 ” blade. $195.00
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KD-36. INDONESIAN KRIS – JAVA SURAKARTA: Very nicely carved wood handle with a silver mendak (ferrule at the base of the hilt). The 11 inch meteor steel blade has a very nice pattern. The “WRANKA” (scabbard) has a very nice Pendok (metal covering) of plain brass. Tirri Pg. 421, 422 $325.00
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KD-37. CHINESE TROUSSE: Engraved ivory. Exquisite Chinese Dragons in various forms engraved over entire scabbard. Knife with 7 inch blade and pair of 8 inch chopsticks. Brass bands on the scabbard with brass pommel cap on the knife. Stone’s Glossary page 631. $550.00
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KD-38 BRITISH MIDSHIPMAN’S DIRK: Circa 1800. Ivory grip with lion’s head pommel. Lovely rampant lion with shield in the cross-guard. Double chain from pommel to cross-guard. Much of the gold wash is still present. The plain 14 inch blade is deeply curved and has a very pleasing dark grey patina. This is a wonderful example of an early dirk from the Napoleonic War and War of 1812. $950.00
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KD-39. NEW GUINEA – BONE DAGGER: Made from the leg bone of the Cassowary bird. 15 inches overall. Nicely carved grip. There is a hollow wood pin traversing the pommel. These early primitive weapons are quite rare $250.00
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KD-40. NEW GUINEA – BONE DAGGER: Made from the leg bone of the Cassowary Bird. 15 inches overall. Intricately carved over its entire length. These early primitive weapons are quite rare $250.00
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KD-41. NEW GUINEA – BONE DAGGER: Made from the leg of the Cassowary Bird. 14 inches long. Decorated with cord and feathers, with beads. $250.00
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KD-42. CONGO-NEOMBE/DOKO EXECUTION KNIFE: 19 inch blade; 27 inch overall. Wood grip with wire wrapping at the base. Primitive decoration on the blade. Tirri Africa Page 305. $450.00
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KD-43 the average. V.G. $250.00
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KD-44: JOSEPH ROGERS, SHEFFIELD SKINNING KNIFE: Post 1901. Rosewood grips 10 inch blade stamped “JOSEPH ROGER'S & SONS, CUTLERS TO HIS MAJESTY” VG $175.00
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KD-45: J. RUSSELL & CO. GREEN RIVER WORKS SKINNING KNIFE:Circa 1835-75. Rosewood grips. The maker's stamp is faint but still mostly visible. 8 inch blade. VG $250.00
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KD-46: SKINNING KNIFE: Rosewood grips. 7 inch blade. Maker's name is not legible. It is only partially visible. VG $125.00
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KD-47: JOSEPH ELLIOTT, SHEFFIELD, SKINNING KNIFE: 4 inch blade stamped “JOSEPH ELLIOTT & SONS, MAKERS SHEFFIELD. Rosewood grips. VG $125.00
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KD-48: IMPERIAL GERMAN FORESTER’S DAGGER: Maker: WKC. For low ranking officials and Assistant Foresters. Lovely horn grips with 3 acorns on each side. Very nice brass clamshell guard terminating in a cloven deer’s hoof. Very nice patina to the brass. Original portepee with correct green bottom. The blade has light frosting overall. The etching is only faintly visible. Good+ $395.00
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KD-49 : INDIAN JAMADHAR, SEHILKANETH (3 BLADED KATAR): The entire silver inlay is still intact on the blade. Much of the silver inlay is still intact on the handle. The blades are activated by squeezing the two central bars together. This is really a very nice piece. (Ref. “Islamic Weapons Maghrib to Moghul” by Anthony C. Tirri page 297) VG+ $750.00
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KD-50: 17th CENTURY VERY FINELY MADE SPEAR HEAD. Of unknown origin, 13 “ overall. Rich dark patina overall. V.G. $325.00
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KD-51:  CENTRAL CONGO SAKA/MONGO KNIFE 11 inch blade. 7 inch grip overall. Top portion is of wood, then 1 inches of flat brass wrapping than a triangular piece of flattened metal. It is very difficult to put a date on this piece but this is a very old, probably 1850-1900.  TIRRI Page 235. V.G. $150.00
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KD-52:  CENTRAL CONGO KONDA CHOPPER 12 3/8 inch blade, 3 inch wood grip. Portion of wood chipped off the pommel. Very old probably 1850-1900.  TIRRI Pg. 244 V.G. $150.00
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KD-53. SOUTHERN INDIAN KATAR: Circa 1680-1720. The hilt retains most of the original silver plating which was once gold washed, some of which is still evident in protected areas. The 10 inch blade is from a European sword blade and is in remarkably fine condition. TIRRI Pg. 304  $1200.00
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KD-54. INDONESIAN KRIS- JAVA, SUMATRA: Very nicely carved wood handle with a very unusual 3 piece Mendak (Ferrel at the base of the hilt). The 14 inch meteor steel blade has a wonderful pattern. The “WRANKA” (scabbard) has a lovely “PENDOK” (metal covering) of embossed brass. TIRRI Pg.421 $425.00
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KD-55 INDONESIAN KUDI: Java, Madura, Bali. Beautifully grained wood handle and scabbard. The 8 inch meteor steel blade has a wonderful pattern. These very unusual knives were carried by medicine men and thought to contain magical powers. $395.00
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KD-56. INDONESIAN BADEK: Java, Sumatra, Madura, Sulawesi. Horn handle, wood scabbard with horn at mouth and tip. Very nice meteor steel 7 inch blade with a very nice grain. TIRRI Pg.424 $250.00
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KD-57:  CENTRAL CONGO NKUNDA/KONDA DAGGER 9 inch blade “Kiuaya” is scribed on the blade. There is a crude engraved pattern on the blade. The wood hilt is 3 inches. Very old probably 1850-1900. TIRRI pg. 231. V.G. $150.00
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KD-58. GERMAN THEATRICAL DAGGER: Circa 1890. Maker: F.W.H. Solingen (F.W. Holler). 10 inch blade. Large Clamshell Guard which is nicely engraved. Wire-wrapped grip, iron cross-guard and pommel. Very nicely made to resemble a German Main Gauche. VG $150.00
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