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Frontier Knife

 

Nice extra long blade with fullers and clip point. Measures 16" overall with a 10" blade. The carbon steel blade is 3/16" thick and 1" wide at the base. Steel bolsters with bone scales that are aged. Comes with a heavy leather sheath.

$39

3 in stock

 

 

 

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Small Skinning Knife

 

Perfect knife for skinning. The short full tang curved blade works great for large or small game. Measures 7" overall with a 3" blade. The bone scales are nicely aged. Comes with a heavy leather sheath.

$29

4 in stock

 

 

 

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Stag Patch Knife

 

Nice little stag handled knife for cutting patches or general camp use. Measures 9" overall with a 4" blade. Comes with a nice leather sheath. These are made from the antler tines and each one will be unique.

 

$22 

 

2 in stock

 

 

 

Trade Knives

These have blades made here in the USA and we put the handles on them here in the shop. They have carbon steel blades that are 7" long and 3/16" thick. Overall 11" long. Very sharp. No sheath. Your choice of natural finish or red painted handle.

No choice in wood types. It will be maple, walnut or cherry. Whatever scrap wood we happen to have.

$35

 

1 natural in stock

1 painted in stock

 

 

Roach Belly Knife

This "Roach Belly", with its curved cutting edge, was an extremely popular style sold by most North American fur trading companies in the 17th and 18th centuries. A typical English kitchen knife of the period, it features a full tang with integral bolsters, antiqued bone scales and a richly browned, 5" carbon steel blade. 9 overall and complete with heavy leather sheath decorated with cross- hatched incising.

$29

 

1 in stock

 

 

Longhunter Belt Knife

This is a well made frontier type belt knife. It has a 8" long, tapered blade, still exhibiting a bit of the marks from hand forging. It features a Curly Maple handle with a copper ferrule (guard) as shown. The round tang goes through the handle and is attached with a copper washer at the butt end of the handle with the blade tang peened to hold it securely in place. Overall length is 13" and a quality leather sheath is included.

$65

Out of stock

 

 

Scalping Knife

This classic style knife appeared extensively during the fur trade period and found its way to virtually every corner of the West. The hardwood handle is set off by brass wire wrapping at either end making a well-balanced knife with a firm grip. The knife is 11" overall, with a 7" long blade and "Snakebrand" maker's mark on the blade. Complete with a heavy leather sheath with incised designs.

$44

 

1 in stock

 

 

Large Patch Knife

with Walnut Handles

 

 This one is typical of many trade knives of the 18th century. Measures 8" overall with a 4" carbon steel blade. Very nice size and quality for the price.

 

Just a well made knife for the money and the styling is period correct.  Each comes with a leather sheath which is not period correct and should be replaced.

 

$23 

4 in stock

 

Courier Knife

with Walnut Handles

Another typical trade knife style. Sometimes referred to as a scalping knife. Measures 9" overall length with a 4⅝" carbon steel blade. Comes with a nice heavy leather belt sheath.

$26

4 in stock

 

Small Neck Knife

with Walnut Handles

Just 5" overall length with a 2" carbon steel blade. Comes with a leather belt sheath.

Just a well made knife for the money and the styling is period correct.  Each comes with a leather sheath which is not period correct and should be replaced.

$13

4 in stock

 

 

Small Skinning Knife

with Walnut Handles

Just 7" overall length with a 4" carbon steel blade. Comes with a nice heavy leather belt sheath.

$18

2 in stock

 

 

 

Medium Patch Knife

with Walnut Handles

Just 6" overall length with a 3" carbon steel blade. Comes with a leather belt sheath.

Just a well made knife for the money and the styling is period correct.  Each comes with a leather sheath which is not period correct and should be replaced.

$18

8 in stock

 

Tiny Neck Knife

with Walnut Handles

 

Just 4" overall length with a 2" carbon steel blade. Comes with a leather belt sheath. Shown next to a quarter for size.

$9 

2 in stock

 

Early Scottish Eating Set

with Bone Handles

 

This is a nice early eating set. The pick was used as a fork to hold your meat as you cut and eat it. Comes with  a nice leather sheath. Knife measures 9" overall with a 5" carbon steel blade.

$35

2 in stock

 

 

Bone Handled Skinner

Nice full tang knife with aged bone scales and brass bolsters. It comes with a heavy leather sheath. Measures 8" overall with a 4" blade.

$28

 

1 in stock

 

 

 

Early Scottish Dirk

 

This massive 23 overall length early period Scottish dirk is patterned after those produced in the 1700s, with a 15 double fullered blade and genuine rosewood grip decorated with brass pins. The solid brass pommel and guard match the brass mountings on the heavy, black leather scabbard which features the traditional miniature knife and fork set, also brass mounted with rosewood grips.

$85

1 in stock

 

 

 

Spanish Belduque Knives

 

This style was a common style traded in the Spanish and French influenced areas and is an extremely versatile personal knife for use in camp and on the trail. The large size, with a 5-3/4" blade, is just right as a utility or belt knife. It has a polished bone handle. We've also got great "mini" size that features a 4" blade with a polished horn handle and is perfect as a bag knife and eating tool.

 

Both are complete with period correct leather scabbards with belt loops.

 

Large Size $44

2 in stock

Small Size $35

3 in stock

 

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Bone Handled Stick Knife

Well made little utility knife. Sometimes called a bosom knife. Measures only 6" overall with a 2" blade. It has steel bolsters with aged bone handles held with brass rivets. Comes with a heavy leather molded sheath. Could be attached to a lady's garter or attached to a hunting bag strap and used as a patch knife.

$18 

5 in stock

 

 

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