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  1. BA319 Imperial German 1898 Long Dress Bayonet

    Imperial German 1898 Long Dress Bayonet
    Private purchase chromed bayonet for dress use. Leather scabbard has shrunk with age so does not seat flush to scabbard throat. Some flaking at handle, 18 3/4 blade, 29 inches overall. Blade VG+
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    $175.00
  2. BA1286 Ka-Bar Knife, U.S. Ontario

    Ka-Bar Knife, U.S. Ontario
    US Military pattern Ka-Bar knife had simple but popular blade design. U.S. marked, Ontario Knife Company is the maker so this is a post 1980 knife manufactured for US military. Shows use from being carried, leather washer grip has lots of pitting. Blade in very good condition. Heavy leather, black scabbard is unmarked.
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    $85.00
  3. Kukris, Decorative set of 2 Nepalese Kukri knives

    Kukris, Decorative set of 2 Nepalese Kukri knives
    Smaller than the military full size knife, blade length is 8 inches. The two decorative scabbards are connected together to make a display as shown. s.
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    $45.00
  4. BA1281 US M3 Combat Knife

    US M3 Combat Knife
    The M3 American combat knife was developed in 1943 and was one of the most successful fighting knives. The design consists of a round metal pommel and a handle of compressed leather discs.Blade is double-edged, stiletto type. This example is stamped CASE on the crossguard, one of ten different manufacturers of the M3, and condition overall is very good. The scabbard is the early version leather one with metal rivets and wire loop belt hanger. We suspect the scabbard is a very good reproduction aged to match the knife.
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    $295.00
  5. BA1280 US M3 Combat Knife

    US M3 Combat Knife
    The M3 American combat knife was developed in 1943, the handle is stacked leather. The 6 5/8 inch blade is double-edged, stiletto type, and the scabbard is leather. This example has no markings anywhere, but the ricasso has been shortened on one side sometime in the past and the maker possibly ground off. There has also been a lanyard ring added to the top of the pommel which some sources say may have been intended for CB (Construction Battalion) issue but we cannot verify that. The scabbard is correct for this knife but is missing the button fasteners and strap that secure the knife.
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    $195.00
  6. BA621 USAAF Air Crew Survival Knife, WW2

    USAAF Air Crew Survival Knife, WW2
    WW2 United States Army Air Force folding survival knife issued to air crew. Folding blade, bakelite grips. Original working condition, no maker markings.
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    $145.00
  7. BA1078 Utica Mk II Comnbat knife, US Marked, 1960 - 1962 era

    Utica Mk II Comnbat knife, US Marked, 1960 - 1962 era
    Utica was the first maker of the Post WWII Combat Knife. It is called the Mark 2, officially KNIFE, COMBAT, MARK 2. Manufacture started in January 1960 and the shape of the crossguard and colour changed in 1962 dating this example between 1960 and April 1962. Post War markings show US over the UTICA name and no USMC or USN markings. The WWII markings on original knives showed USMC or USN and makers were Ka-Bar, Camillus, Robeson and PAL. Original leather 9 rivet scabbard is correct for this early model Utica Mark 2. This example is well used, blade is sharp and shows wear from use. Scabbard is complete and in very good condition.
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    $495.00

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