SPAIN 1986 MARTO BREWER EXPLORER SURVIVAL knife with original sheath. Hollow handle and scabbard include stone, hooks, matches, compass, and more. Rare NIB; excellent overall condition.
Rare type in general and since long-discontinued excellent quality EXPLORER SURVIVAL model “all-in-one” knife in scarce unused condition and still in the original retail box. Manufactured circa 1986 in Spain by MARTO BREWER company and exported by Gutman Cutlery. This is the harder to find early version with a larger 6-1/2″ blade (later issue had a shorter blade). A superb survival knife with dozens of uses; hollow handle and sheath contain a ton of tools and implements, this is a truly one of a kind survival knife design for virtually any emergency situation.
This bad boy is about 12″ / 30.5 cm overall; mirror-polished blade with an aggressive saw on the spine is about 6-1/2″ / 16.5 cm, tempered to respectable 56-58 Rc hardness. The blade is razor-sharp with original edge; the tip is intact. The screw-on stainless buttcap safely holds multiple tools: a small compass, OD-green tube with Morse code pronted on the sides contains magnification glass, match striker, salt tablets (in pieces), fishing hooks, a fishing line, weights, matches, steel rod, etc. Removable steel guard has multiple uses as well. Additionally, an original universal-carry sheath has a built-in honing stone, nylon lanyard, wire cutter and a flat-head screw driver/small chisel. The knife and sheath are of the highest quality; the knife never been unused or carried; unused & still in the original retail box – rare as such.
This SPAIN 1986 MARTO BREWER EXPLORER SURVIVAL knife has not been cleaned or tampered with in any way, 100% original condition. This impressive survivalist knife will be a great addition to any collection.
We have a few vintage European knives in excellent condition available for sale – see European Blades product category for details. Also, please check out several scarce German WW1 and WW2 era fighting daggers and trench knives in our store’s Militaria section.
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