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    David, Thanks for the info. Following the link...

    David,
    Thanks for the info. Following the link and links within the link, what I offered you would appear to be the US M1940/1 variant on account of the bakelite grips.
    Many thanks
    Martin
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    Hi David Is this the type of thing you are...

    Hi David
    Is this the type of thing you are looking for?
    The only marking is A M S at the fort.
    Sword in the UK.
    Kind regards
    Martin John

    dalstondoc@hotmail.com
  3. Follow this link to a posting from several years...

    Follow this link to a posting from several years ago and it will certainly help.
    http://www.swordforum.com/vb4/showthread.php?87782-Wilkinson-Swords-Sold-To-Named-Retailer-Outfitters

    However...
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    email and pics sent Martin John

    email and pics sent

    Martin John
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    I have had a number of late 19th and early 20th...

    I have had a number of late 19th and early 20th Century swords with a four digit number on the spine. All bar one had been retailed by Hawkes and Co. The other had no retailer marks so could also...
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    Hi, Your number P97006 may very well be a Pillin...

    Hi,
    Your number P97006 may very well be a Pillin number, I have had a number of Pillins pass through my hand that were marked to Pillin and had a P at the start of the number. Most I have been able...
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    Mark 3 Kukri

    A Mark 3 Kukri with Indian Army acceptance stamps.

    12 inch blade with standard scabbard and two accessory knives, one sharpened and one blunt, to be used as a sharpening tool.

    Price 125
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    Mark 2 Kukri WW2 period

    A private purchase double fullered Mark 2 Kukri.
    Blade marked "Darjeeling 1942"
    Leather scabbard with a brass shoe and two accessory knives present, blade length 11.5 inches.

    Price 125
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    Now selling my example on the Antiques Classified...

    Now selling my example on the Antiques Classified section of the forum
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    Inter war period kukri variant

    Unusual Inter War Kukri variant with service markings. It corresponds exactly to the example in Ron Flook's book "British and Commonwealth Military Knives" plate 465 on page 196.
    This one is marked ...
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    British Indian Army Machete

    An early to mid 20th Century British Indian Army machete of the blade form illustrated in Ron Flook's book "British and Commonwealth Military Knives" plates 478 - 484
    This example has a well used 14...
  12. Victorian Indian Army private purchase Bowie knife

    A possible Victorian officer's private purchase bowie knife.
    Maker marked "Military Supply Syndicate" who were known to make private purchase Kukris.
    11 inch blade with a buffalo horn hilt and a...
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    Hi I have a 1788 Light Cavalry Troopers blade ...

    Hi
    I have a 1788 Light Cavalry Troopers blade 36-38 inches in length with thick and thin fullers. It appears to have been married to an 18th/19th Indian basket hilt. I have quite a few British...
  14. European Edged Weapons by T Wise - 1974

    A hardback book in good condition of 96 pages copiously illustrated with B&W photographs.

    Price 5 plus P&P

    contact dalstondoc@Hotmail.com
  15. Regulation Military Swords by John Wilkinson Latham

    A small booklet on the military swords of many countries mainly by reference to the hilts used. Soft back, published in 1970.

    Price 5 plus P&P

    contact dalstondoc@hotmail.com
  16. Naval Swords and Firearms by Commander W E May RN

    Before he co-wrote Swords for Sea Service Commander May wrote a smaller book on the naval weapons in 1962.
    All the swords and dirks in this smaller book also appear in the larger Swords for Sea...
  17. 1908 Catalogue of the Royal United Services Institute

    Book by B E Sargeaunt assistant curator RUSI published 1908
    Hardback with some damage to spine. Lots of B&W pics from the RUSI collection of weapons.

    price 5 plus P&P

    contact...
  18. Old Sword Books by Robert and Christopher Wilkinson Latham

    Four old books from the Blandford Colour series

    Cavalry Uniforms - British and Commonwealth
    Infantry Uniforms vol 1 British and Commonwealth
    Infantry Uniforms vol 2 - Dust Jacket missing
    Swords...
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    Now sold, many thanks.

    Now sold, many thanks.
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