Collector Of Randall Made Combat Knives

Specializing in early Randall knives from the 1940s through the 1960s with emphasis on Fighters, Bowies, and Combat survival models. We are particularly interested in World War II, and the Korean and Vietnam periods. We also collect uniforms, shoulder patches, medals and insignia of the United States Marine Corps from the World War I and II eras.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click on a link below to read excerpts from the upcoming book, Randall Fighting Knives in Wartime, by Robert E. Hunt.

From Section 1: World War II

From Section 2: Korean War

From Section 3: Vietnam War

Randall Fighting Knives in Wartime

is now available directly from the publisher or
from the author only at selected knife shows.

We buy, sell and trade, while maintaining a sizable collection. All pieces are in excellent condition and are good representatives of their period. Each month we will offer a variety of items for sale or trade as they become available, so check back frequently. Additionally, check out our informative articles in The Randall Collector, and The Randall Collector Archives. Here you will find a wealth of useful information and insight about collecting Randalls.

We are interested in acquiring any of the knives listed below and will purchase or trade for pieces in good condition to upgrade our collection. Our collection includes knives similar to those mentioned and we would be willing to sell or trade for items of interest to us. Additionally, we may be able to assist you in acquiring scarce or hard to find knives for your own collections. We are particularly interested in the following:

  •  Early “Fighters” from the 1940s World War II era
  •  Springfield Randalls
  • Fighters and Stilettos from the 1950s Korean War era
  • Model #1s with 8″ blades from the 1950s through the 1960s
  • Bowies from the mid-1950s in Moore or Heiser sheaths
  • Early knives of the Vietnam War in riveted sheaths (Model #s 14, 15, 16, 17, 18)

Look for us at Knife Shows throughout New England.

Member of the Northeast Cutlery Collectors Association (NCCA), the Randall Knife Society, and the Oregon Knife Collectors Association (OKCA).

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