Janbia, dating from mid 1800's with an inscription in arabic "khedive of Egypt" on the back unknown if that is previous owner o name of knife, handle is inset with coral, mother of pearl, brass,bone (or ivory),brass pins. A considerable amount of work as well as a unique blade style whereas most of these knives were made with a raised center ridge, this blade has three grooves. Sheath is made of wood covered with brass ....
herder blade mid to late with ne roebuck spike and maple/wenge/osageorange/horn laminated handles
"Dyr's dottir" a custom made damascus steel saexe, comfortable in the hand either sharp edge up or down, designed for the larger hand. Loosely translated as "The Beast's Daughter" this knife is the second one of this style.
250+ year old polled axe head on a modern handle, heavier blade can be used one or two handed both on the attack and blocking or building your cabin, a very serious piece of equipment...rawhide reinforced shoulder covered with 10 oz leather for added protection, deerhide covered throat and neck for firm grip, leather wrist strap and brass tack decoration