German WWII era “Wolf’s Head” entrenching tool

Interesting item. Early European entrenching tool blade style and handle mounting with a wolf’s head logo on the blade. Research and speculation on this item places the manufacture in the Weimar era, certainly pre-WWII and most likely German. The wolf logo was used post WWII by Poland on captured equipment. No other markings visible on blade or handle.

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German WWII era “Wolf’s Head” entrenching tool

German WWII era “Wolf’s Head” entrenching tool Description

Interesting item. Early European entrenching tool blade style and handle mounting with a wolf’s head logo on the blade. Research and speculation on this item places the manufacture in the Weimar era, certainly pre-WWII and most likely German. The wolf logo was used post WWII by Poland on captured equipment. No other markings visible on blade or handle.

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