WW2 Edged Weapons & Knives

10 Items For Sale

PAL RH36 Utility / Fighting Knife

$135.00 ($10.00 S&H)

A very nice example of the PAL RH36 knife with original leather scabbard. Overall length is 9 1/2" with a 4 3/4" blade. The lettering on the blade has been almost all polished out, but overall a great looking knife.

Machete - ALPHA MFG.- No.122

$120.00 ($15.00 S&H)

Very n ice example of a 22 inch blade machete with leather scabbard. "Alpha" No.122, Logansport, Ind. USA. Nice looking leather scabbard, used, but not abused.


$225.00 ($10.00 S&H)

Just a beautiful example of a USN MK2, wood handle by KA-BAR. Blade is lightly sharpened with only some in/out marks. Just a great look and has a beautiful leather scabbard.

Post WW2 Spanish F/S Commando Knife

$185.00 ($10.00 S&H)

Super looking knife, brass handle and correct leather scabbard with metal tip.

Collins 12 Inch Bowie Knife w/ Scabbard

$145.00 ($12.00 S&H)

Great looking cut down machete that was carried in WW2 by a USMC member. It has a 12 inch blade, marked "Legitimus Collins & Co., Made in USA, No 254", has a handle similar to a V-44 and has a canvas scabbard that looks rigger made. Just has a great look going for it!! Just found this out, paratroopers sometimes carried a cut down version of the 18 to 22 inch machete. These blades would measure 14 inches or less to make them easier to carry, especially during a jump.

French Trench Dagger - "Poignaro Prime"

$1,850.00 ($10.00 S&H)

A very scarce and desirable French Trench Dagger, "Poigaro Prime" made by "Francais Arms & Cycles" at St. Etienne. These were made in small numbers and are quite scarce. Steel scabbard and blade, with all aluminum hilt and cross guard. An absolutely gorgeous piece.

WW2 Western Fighting Knife

$350.00 ($10.00 S&H)

A beautiful example of a Western Fighting Knife, with 8 inch blade and marked, "Western, Boulder, Colo., Patd", with matching leather scabbard, all in excellent condition.

USMC Bolo Scabbard - Boyt 44

$95.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Beautiful leather scabbard for a USMC Bolo knife, marked "Boyt 44".

TL-29 Electrician/Utility Knife

$45.00 ($8.00 S&H)

The TL-29 was utilized by Army Electricians in a small pouch with pliers, but were also carried by many GI's as a pocket utility knife. All three have wood handles that are marked TL-29. I have one Robeson, an Ulster and a Camillus. They are sold at $45 each, or take all three for $125.

Wm. Rodgers Fighting Knife

$275.00 ($10.00 S&H)

Super looking British made fighting knife, overall 10 inches, with a 5 1/2 inch double edge blade. Made by, "William Rodgers","I Cut My Way" and "Made in Sheffield England" on the reverse. Comes with it's leather scabbard.