with scabbard and 2 small knives. 75
End if blade is slightly bent and rounded.


The current kukri used by the Gurkhas
with scabbard and 2 small knives.   60
Blade 31 cm long. A new style of blade, as seen above.

with scabbard and 2 small knives. 85
Blade 30 cm 
A mystery solved!
Collectors have been debating the origins of kukris stamped "TEMPERED STEEL MADE IN INDIA  ALLIED"
Recently we purchased items from a family who were able to answer the question of who produced these and when were they made: "my father, a machine tool engineer, was commissioned by General Slim to manufacture at great speed many thousands of these weapons."

James Hodkinson was apprenticed to Sir W.C. Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd, Manchester in 1927. In 1932 he joined Craven Bros. Ltd and in 1934 was appointed Manager of Craven Bros (India) Ltd, Calcutta.
In 1938 he transferred to Associated British Machine Tool Makers Ltd (India) and in December 1939 was appointed Director of Manufacturing for the Government of India and then Deputy Director General Munitions Production from January 1940 to December 1945. This included the production of kukris and machettes for the army in India.
After the war he remained in India until the late 1950s.
Machette SOLD

Kukri with 1904-dated scabbard.  SOLD
Blade 34 cm. Blade number stamped 1809.
MKI Scabbard stamped CHF (war dept arrow) 1904.

Rhodesian Army Bush Kukri with scabbard.  150
Blade 32 cms. Back of scabbard inscribed: RFN K. JONES. 4/3/1990. 4/3/1981 DRR LLEWELIN BARRACKS.
(Depot, Rhodesia Regiment)

Kukri with scabbard and 2 knives.  95 
Blade 28 cms. Stamps on blade.



Yemeni Jambiyas
28 cm blade
Below: 29 cm blade250

Knife with scabbard. 50
Blade is 18 cm long

Malay Kris with 36 cm blade. 90

Malay Kris no scabbard. 60