Wanted: Wilkinson Sword Fairbairn Sykes

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  1. Anyone wanting to off-load a Wilkinson Sword Fairbairn Sykes dagger, with scabbard (for a collection)? I'm after the genuine article please, ideally post-WW2 to close-of-factory manufacture, though will consider earlier. I'm after a vanilla piece, though will also consider a commemorative version, edged or not edged. Happy to pay a good price, depending on quality. I'm not after a 20 quid camping version.
  2. I have a Wilkinson sword, Knife fork and spoon if that helps ?
  3. Ah yes. Sadly I have one of those already - the pride of my very extensive spoon collection.
  4. I have a few racing spoons myself ( despite the new rations having a Mark 1 spoon for the use of )

    I will do some digging as I have (sadly) a friend who has a massive collection of knives (and F&S daggers) I have to say... he is a bit weird though (he is ex coldstream guards)


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  5. RA officers Wilkinsons engraved Royal Artillery sword with brown Scabbard and leather attachments. In great condition ready for the parade ground. buyer to arrange postal or courier from N. Ireland.
  6. i have a wwII 6 para (Royal Welch - same owner 42-47) version with scabbard (brass and leather) - how much is that worth then?
  7. I have no idea about that mate !
  8. There's a dealer has a first pattern one for £1075 ............. cheap enough for you ?

    There is a company in Scotland who make a cracking version for around £300 i think. What do youplan to use it for ?
  9. Many thanks indeed. If you have any luck please let me know!
  10. On eBay they (WW2 versions) sell for 2 to 5 hundred (usd) or more depending on condition - a lot more if they have history and are in great nick.
  11. Cheap ones I carry on my ninja anti-dogging patrols in Surbiton. But more than 30 in a Tesco's bag clank too much. Expensive ones I just look at. A £1075 one... I'd probably have to skip Christmas presents for my children. And everyone else I know. Probably have mince instead of turkey.

    What is the company in Scotland?
  12. Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife

    £220 a pop for teh first pattern, £160 for the third. You'll be able to see the blade gleam in the moonlight as you take down the doggers' sentries :)
  13. "they don't like it up 'em!"...if you see what I mean. Thanks for the link
  14. Very nice chap as well is Paul. You wont go far wrong with him.