Producer: H. J. Fishleigh
Type: Push in
Estimated age: 1942
Total length: 12 inches
Blade: Stainless Steel 2 sides sharp
Inscription: none
Sheath: Brass
Handle: Bone
Remarks: Fashioned after the style of a Siebe Gorman knife , this model was owned by an X craft Submariner and is pictured with the boat badge of the XEMA which is mounted on a mahogany shield. A really interesting piece of British Naval Memorabilia.

 

 

Producer: Unknown
Type: Push in
Estimated age: 1970 or later
Total length: 12 inches
Blade: 1 side sharp 1 side serrated
Inscription on blade: SIEBE GORMAN
Sheath: Brass
Handle: Solid Brass
Remarks: We are unsure if this knife was made complete by Siebe Gorman or the knife was modified by replacing an original handle with a solid brass turned handle. The knife blade, quillion, tang, and pommel are all certainly original.

 

Producer: Unknown
Type: put in
Estimated age: 1920
Total length: 12.99"
Blade: steel, 9", one sharp and one serrated side
Inscription: none
Sheath: n.a
Handle: wood and brass parts
Remarks: Originates from the US. Probably used in the Californian Abalone industry

 

 

Producer: Mike Walsh
Type: Push in
Estimated age: 2006
Total length: 12 inches
Blade: 6 1/2 inches stainless steel 1 side sharp 1 side serrated.
Inscription: none
Sheath: Leather
Handle: Bone and brass
Remarks: This knife was rebuilt from a US Navy Mark V knife. The handle has been replaced with bone and brass and the blade pilishedand reground.

 

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