Two more of my knives that have to stay in the USA are a couple of WW2 trench (style knives).
Both have historical value, but for different reasons.
The first is a Randal model 2-7, and the blade, choil and stamp date it to the 60's.
Back in the day, Randal would sometimes put a supplied handle of knives.
I also understand that something in the order of 10 of these L.F.&C. handled knives were made back in the 60's.
Two of these I have managed to track down, one in the Randal museum and one in the hands of the Clinton family (that's the son of Tom Clinton, not the former president).
This one came form a private seller, but has been confirm by Jon Gibson to have come from his collection.
One similar to this is featured in the book: "Randal Knives, Rare, Unique And Experimental".
The second is a very rare WW2 Gregory knuckle trench knife from Australia.
It was made in both single and double edged styles, and some were marked, and some left sterile.
Gregory was a small company and many of these were lost or destroyed after the war, but there is one in the Australian War Memorial which was used in the Operation Jaywick.
It's sad that items such as this with historical value can't be owned in the UK, but at least I can see them when I visit stateside.