DAGGERS - Kirpan, Jambia, Khanjar, Ankush, Trishul, Kattar, Burma
DAO, CSA Dagger, Quillon's
|DD/11 Burma Dao
6'',9'', 12'' Flat Blade. Horn Handle Leather Sheath with Belt Loop.
DD/5 Gurkha khukhrie
8.25 Blade A Unique Indian dagger which has and “H” shaped handle which is gripped in the fist & used at close quarters in a punching action. The two parallel bars form the grip. The metal strips on the side protects the wrist. Has a leather covered wooden sheath.
||BAYONETS – Springfield , Enfield, Brownbess & others.
Bayonets were the survivor of the thrusting spear.
Most European & North America armes used traingular bladed bayonets with a socket to fit over the nozzle.
Bayonet Scabbard is made of leather, the bayonet scabbard has a brass hook to hold it in the frog or loop on the soldiers webbing.
AXE – Double Small Hawk, Axe with Chilam
|DD/83 4''- Overall 22'' Red Indian Spike Axe with Pouch.
Has a Round hole for the handle like that on modern pick axe.
DD/117 - Viking Axe 900-1000 Century
|DD/237 - Fleur De lis - Till 1800 AD
The phrase in French means "Lily Flower". Represents 3 flowers of the white lily the middle one erect & the other ones curving downwards was placed on the shield of England by Edward III besides the 3 lions. Remained in the British Royal Arms till 1800.