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Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife

Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife
Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife
Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife
Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife
Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife
Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife

Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife
Schrade Walden pocket knife, scales are bone crack free and no chips. Blade made of hi carbon steel it is full no damage opening mechanism. Is working fine blade is tight and firm. Tang stamps one side is schrade Walden. Other side US pats. Knife dimension close lent 4 7/8”open lent 8 9/16”inchplease take a look at pictures. Any question get intach thanks for your participation. The item “Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife” is in sale since Sunday, March 24, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Knives, Swords & Blades\Collectible Folding Knives\Vintage Folding Knives\Factory Manufactured”. The seller is “moussamoshiri” and is located in Reseda, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Blade Material: Carbon Steel
  • Lock Type: Frame
  • Blade Type: drop oint
  • Blade Edge: Plain
  • Dexterity: Right-Handed
  • Blade Range: 2.76 – 4in.
  • Type: single blade
  • Year: 1910–1916
  • Color: Brown
  • Number of Blades: 1
  • Opening Mechanism: Assisted
  • Handle Material: Bone
  • Brand: cherade
  • Authenticity: Original

Antique collectible charade Walden pocket knife

Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage

Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage

Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage
11 inches w blade open. Old piece made in Frosolone. Horn has some patches and scratches but knife and horn are tight. The item “Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage” is in sale since Monday, March 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Knives, Swords & Blades\Collectible Folding Knives\Vintage Folding Knives\Factory Manufactured”. The seller is “artstr_22″ and is located in Charlottesville, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Type: Pocketknife
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Italy

Old antique Italy folding pocket knife from Frosolone vintage

Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850’s Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE

Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE

Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE
This listing is for a “Swiss Army” type multi tool pocket knife that would certainly PRE-DATE the creation of the ACTUAL Swiss Army knives by Victorinox and Wenger. (They were first produced in 1891). This knife would be the GENERAL’S RANK were it a Swiss Army knife?? I do not know exactly what all these wee tools are designed for? OR what their correct terminology is? ALL tools appear to be fully-functional, open & close correctly, and show no apparent “wobble” DESPITE the fact that this knife is designed to split-apart into 4-5 separate pieces. There are no locking blades on this massive multi-tool pocket knife. The big hook is for cleaning horse hooves and there appears to be a Firearms NIPPLE WRENCH for percussion guns. This part can detach, & is connected by some small “EARS” that show what appears to be an OLD period REPAIR (See last image) both “Ear Tabs” have been replaced skillfully MORE IMAGES available on request. SIZE = shown beside rulers in at least two images BOTH metric (MM) & Imperial (“Inches”). WEIGHT = approx 13 Oz or 315 Grams. Harrison Brothers & Howson received a ROYAL WARRANT as appointed manufacturers to Her Majesty Queen Victoria this particular knife was probably made PRIOR to that honour being announced, as it is not so-marked, as all their later-made pieces certainly would have been. Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield. This was one of the biggest cutlery firms in Sheffield by 1900. It originated with George Howson, who was probably apprenticed as a cutler in 1803, and later became a merchant’s clerk (and apparently partner) at Thomas Sansom & Sons. He died in Norfolk Street on 9 December 1847, aged 59, but his son William Howson took over his father’s interests. The capital of the business, which was based at No. The mother of the Harrisons had once been married to John Brocksopp, a Derby-shire iron-master, so that linkage helped finance the new venture (Jenkins, 1996). William Howson became traveler for the firm, while Henry Harrison moved to America. The company had agents in New York City during the 1850s and 1880s, including W. Henry Harrison became Master Cutler in 1862. William Howson resigned from the partnership. He died on 5 July 1884, aged 62, at Tapton Park – his substantial house in Ranmoor (Warr, 2009). The funeral was at Fulwood Church. Under the Harrisons, the business continued to expand. In the 1880s, it occupied Shoreham Plate Works, Shoreham Street, for the production of silver and electro-plated goods. A silver mark had been registered in 1849 and the firm also acquired a Royal Warrant from Queen Victoria (and later one from King Edward VII). In 1881, the firm employed 257 workers (139 men, 61 boys, 39 women, and 18 girls). A business review, The Industries of Sheffield c. 1887, had this to say: At their cutlery works three hundred men are in constant work. On the first floor of this building are the offices – large, handsome and well-appointed rooms; adjoining is a heavily stocked showroom, where ivorree stock of every description is exhibited; near this is another showroom devoted to the display of butchers’ and other knives, carvers and forks to match, and smaller knives of chaste design and wonderfully fine and careful finish. These goods are packed in handsome plush cases, and from this room are dispatched to various parts of the world, North America and Australia absorbing an immense quantity. Descending from these rooms into a large and spacious yard, we found about twenty forges in operation, two skilled artizans attending to each. At the side of this is the ivorree-cutting shop, and underneath the yard are extensive and well-lighted cellars, which are utilized as warehouses for the Egyptian horns and African elephants tuskkss, which the firm import direct in immense quantities, and which are destined eventually to find their way to the dinner-table in the shape of knife handles. A great point of interest is found here in the powerful steam engine, by means of which the machinery throughout the factory is set in motion. Above the yard are seven shops for the seven different departments into which the manufacture of the products of the factory is divided. By the end of the century, most of the Harrisons had passed out of the business. Henry Harrison retired in 1892 and died in Bath on 20 October 1893 (aged 68). He was buried in Ecclesall. James William Harrison died at Tapton Grange, on 1 March 1897, aged 80, as one of the wealthiest men in the city. Harrison, the son of Henry, died in Bath on 8 March 1898, aged 38, and was also buried in Ecclesall. The Howson family then became dominant. Later Howson partnered Frank W. George Howson became Master Cutler in 1893. He made two world tours to promote the company’s products and his influence was shown in 1896 when the company registered a new silver mark,’GH’. He was described as’plain to the point of bluntness in speech and manner, clubbable and characteristically Sheffield’ (Derry, 1902). In the 1890s, Harrison Bros & Howson had agencies in New York, at No. 66 West Broadway, and in San Francisco, on Sutter Street. This was despite American cutlery tariffs. The company also had London showrooms at Holborn Viaduct. Yet it never seems to have advertised. The Norfolk and Shoreham Street premises became cramped and so the firm relocated in 1900 to a new building fronting Carver Street, and bounded by West and Division Streets. Above the main entrance to Harrison Bros & Howson’s Alpha Works (which can still be seen on Carver Street) was the corporate trade mark: a coronet with the word’ALPHA’, which appears to have been granted to either William Sansom or Samuel Harwood in 1836. The firm also used the’Stag’s Head’ mark of William Webster. In 1902, Charles Ibbotson, the pocket-knife maker (trade mark,’SLASH’), was acquired. By now the firm was amongst the top half dozen or so cutlery firms in the city, with a workforce of perhaps about 600 in 1911. In a review of the new premises, The Sheffield Independent, 20 October 1900, contrasted them with the’shabby, inconvenient, makeshift, sort of premises’ that were the norm in Sheffield. George Howson, too, when interviewed by local journalist Fred Callis, shortly after moving into the works, painted a rosy picture. Machinery was turning out barrow loads of blank blades and working conditions had been transformed. Half a century ago you did not see’, remarked Howson,’a cutler wearing a collar, and it was most unlikely that he had a Sunday suit’ (Cox, 1903). However, although Howson obviously had high hopes for the firm’s mechanized future, the expected profits did not materialize. He communicated to a government inquiry (House of Commons, Departmental Committee on the Truck Acts, 1908) that:’there was not only no profit, but there was a distinct loss on having built that new factory, [and] that if he had employed outworkers and built no workshops he would have been better off than with the factory’. The First World War gave Harrison Brothers & Howson little opportunity to recoup its outlay. The firm declined steadily between the wars. George Howson was still nominal head of this privately-owned company, when he died at Tapton Park on 13 December 1930. The management passed to other members of the Howson family. In the 1950s, the partners besides Colonel E. Wilkinson were Brevet-Colonel William Howson and Brigadier Harold George Howson. The latter died on 13 April 1958, aged 66, at his residence North House, Carlton-in-Lindrick, and was buried at St John’s Church, Carlton (Quality, April 1959). In the following year, the company was bought by Viners. The condition has been shown faithfully in the many photographs in my listing These IMAGES ARE the most IMPORTANT part of my item’s CONDITION DESCRIPTION So if I have failed to show anything clearly? Any questions please MESSAGE ME. Receipt will be issued on request. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. Add a map to your own listings. The item “Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850’s Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE” is in sale since Saturday, February 2, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Knives, Swords & Blades\Collectible Folding Knives\Vintage Folding Knives\Factory Manufactured”. The seller is “phillip_in_new_zealand” and is located in Auckland (aprox. 12,000 “clicks” from USA). This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Handle Material: Bone
  • Brand: Harrison Brothers & Howson
  • Blade Material: Carbon Steel
  • Type: Multi-tool
  • Dexterity: Ambidextrous
  • Tools: EATING Knife, Spoon, & Fork
  • Blade Range: 2.76 – 4in.
  • Authenticity: Original
  • Opening Mechanism: Manual
  • Year: Circa 1850’s
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Blade Edge: Combination
  • Blade Type: EATING “Bread & Butter” Knife blade

Harrison Brothers & Howson Circa 1850's Antique English Multi Tool POCKET KNIFE

Rare Old Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Model 90001 Pocket Watch WORKS SPECIAL

Rare Old Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Model 90001 Pocket Watch WORKS SPECIAL

Rare Old Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Model 90001 Pocket Watch WORKS SPECIAL
Rare Old Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Model 90001 Pocket Watch WORKS SPECIAL. Rare Old Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Model 90001 Pocket Watch Works (MMW20156). This is a rare original old Walt Disney Mickey Mouse and I believe it is a Model 90001 pocket watch. The watch is about 1 7/8″ across, 1/2″ thick and has Walt Disney Productions Made in U. Mickey’s arms are the indicators and there is a second ticker in place of the 6. This is a neat piece of Mickey Mouse memorabilia in very nice working condition. However, I believe it will need adjustment to keep the correct time. I have seen many of these listed on the web. I have only seen one or two with this particular configuration that includes the Mickey Mouse in a horse-shoe pattern and a round ring at the top. The case does have some scratches and wear commensurate with its age. The white background looks very clean and bright. Mickeys shoes are yellow and this color is light. Comes with soft/silky carry bag. This listing is from my personal collection. I will do the best I can to be accurate. Please look over the pictures carefully, ask for more pictures if needed and ask questions. The “SPECIAL” is simple. It is your offer that makes it SPECIAL. Please make a reasonable offer and own this! Like many older items. Some dirt/patina, nicks, spots, cuts, cracks. Discoloration, dents, holes, yellowing, scratches and worn. For the collector in you. My de-collecting is your win! A beautiful presentation and is unique. Look over the pictures and grab this one now for your Collection. It’s time for a new home. Let it be yours. If you believe you need to leave anything other than a 5 star 100% feedback, contact me and we WILL work it out. Here is what some of my clients have said. These are direct Feedback. Thank you for trusting me, David. Feedback from Clients over the last 6 months of 2014 and January 2015. One of best top 5 sellers, I’ve ever bought from. A pleasure to do business with. Nice item and well delivered. Authentic Dino Bone, Perfection! Nice packaging – “CHAMPION, ” Japanese Fly Rod. 1906 Gold Elgin Pocket Watch with Chain and Drum Fob. Wonderful pen, packaged very well, & arrived in beautiful condition. Sheaffer RARE TUCKAWAY, Fountain Pen. Rom April & May 2014 (Partial). Nice item good service. Thank you nice coin A+++++++++++++++. Good to do business with AAA. Great coin great service i thank you. Many thanks for A+ deal. Thank you, Wan Foo! Happy customer here item as described thanks. In our decades of ebaying the best shipper we’ve ever encountered. Very nice old book arrived very quickly in good condition. Great tin arrived quickly and just as described. THANK YOU fOR a NiCE C, 5 Star’s. If you use a company or personal check we hold the item(s) until the check clears. Feedback: We always leave Feedback as soon as possible. We ask that you do the same. We have and want to always maintain a 5 star 100% record. What some of our clients have said. Item as described!!! We will use the US Postal service unless you instruct us otherwise. Some items are large and clumsy. Others are small and simple. We will always be fair and appropriate. This covers proper and safe packing of your item(s) including bubble wrap where needed, etc. Larger items will have an amount attached to it or we will correspond with you and let you know the cost. We will do this as quickly as possible. For any other country arrangements will need to be made. Thank you for your understanding. Well, now it is time to divest myself of stuff. It is to your benefit. Check out my items and have fun collecting those things that you like. I will get back to you as quickly as I can and usually within the same day. We always leave Feedback as soon as possible. We have and want to always maintain a 5 star100% record. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Rare Old Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Model 90001 Pocket Watch WORKS SPECIAL” is in sale since Thursday, June 25, 2015. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Disneyana\Vintage (Pre-1968)\Watches, Timepieces”. The seller is “wanfoo” and is located in Madison, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Bahamas.
Rare Old Walt Disney Mickey Mouse Model 90001 Pocket Watch WORKS SPECIAL

Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos

Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos

Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos
ANOTHER SUPERB AND EXTREMELY RARE ROLEX MILITARY WATCH FIND FROM ANTIQUETIMEONLINE! A BEAUTIFUL 1940’S CAL 540 ROLEX MILITARY ISSUE BLACK DIAL POCKET WATCH. THIS TYPE OF ROLEX WATCH WAS USED DURING FIELD OPERATIONS. FULLY SERVICED AND READY TO WEAR! This is a stunning, and beautiful chrome two piece screw back and bezel watch case. The back and bottom of the case have the original military identification numers AND they all match, including the dial. The inside of the case back is FULLY SIGNED by ROLEX. The case is in good original condition for its advanced years showing light wear to parts of the case (see pics). The outside of the case back has some light normal wear and tear from service usage especially on the case sides where there are quite a few nicks. The watch measures 4.8cms (48mm) In diameter, excluding the crown. This is an absolutely lovely, and most importantly totally original fully signed black dial. The dial shows NO hairlines and is in good original condition. IT HAS A SMALL REPAIR JUST ABOVE 11 O’CLOCK. The dial is signed’ROLEX A13023′ It has gold painted lettering which says’Swiss Made’ on the bottom of the dial. It has gold painted Arabic and numerals bordered by a gold minute track which is in good original condition. The beautiful steel’cathedral’ style contemporary minute, hour and minute hands are in good condition with lume on them. This is a really lovely dial in excellent original condition. The crystal is brand new and as such it is in minty condition. This is a beautiful and absolutely ROLEX SIGNED GOOD GRADE 15 jewel cal 540 manual wind movement. It has a beautiful finish and is FULLY SIGNED on the top plate in a beautiful typesetting, showing its ROLEX roots. The watch winds smoothly and sets with good friction. It is in EXCELLENT running condition AND HAS JUST HAD A FULL SERVICE BY MY WATCHMAKER. The watch has kept time to +2/3 mins a day as tested over a 24 hour period. The chromed metal original crown looks genuine to the watch, and is in excellent condition showing NO plate loss. The chain ring is in good condition. THIS IS A NICE ROLEX MILITARY ISSUE TIMEPIECE. IF YOU ARE AN ENTHUSIAST OR COLLECTOR YOU WOULD BE MAD TO MISS THIS HOROLOGICAL BEAUTY. There is NO exception. I have described all of my items to the best of my knowledge. You may only return an item if there was a mistake made by me in the description of the item that I have overlooked. Please remember that vintage watches have survived for many decades by being treated well. Vintage watches are not for wearing while doing yard work, working out, or swimming. Vintage watches cannot keep time like their quartz cousins and will need altering on average between +-2 to +-5 mins per day. They are a little more destructible than modern watches. Vintage watches also require periodic service and cleaning. Every couple of years, they would like their 20,000 mile checkup, oil change, and general service. By taking care of your vintage watch, you will have years of great service, and a quality heirloom to pass to another generation. Please do not waste anyones time if you are not interested. The item “ANTIQUE VINTAGE WW2 MILITARY ROLEX BLACK DIAL POCKET WATCH SERVICED MATCHING NOS” is in sale since Monday, January 16, 2017. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Watches, Parts & Accessories\Pocket Watches\Antique”. The seller is “slake25″ and is located in YORKSHIRE. UK. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: 100% GENUINE ROLEX MILITARY WATCH
  • Escapement Type: LEVER ESCAPEMENT SIGNED BY ROLEX
  • Movement: CAL 540
  • MPN: Does Not Apply

Antique Vintage Ww2 Military Rolex Black Dial Pocket Watch Serviced Matching Nos