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$5 navy knife

Article about: Was at a small antique show today and found this British navy knife in a box of tools . Asked the lady how much and walked away with it for . also picked up a few other items all very cheap

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    Was at a small antique show today and found this British navy knife in a box of tools . Asked the lady how much and walked away with it for $5. also picked up a few other items all very cheap . Could somebody point me in the right direction for info on the navy knife . Gary
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    On this site of course.
    British Army Jack Knives 1880-1979

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    Wood thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Gary

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    The same maker as one of my FS knives.
    Ralph.
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    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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    Ralph very nice .

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    It isn't actually a Navy issue knife as such, it's a standard Army issue three piece Jack Knife. Still a nice knife though and still a decent price.

    Here you go for some pics... Military Pocket Knives...

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    Time bandit thanks for the info. I really like this knife it has a good feel to it . I also really like how easy it is to date . Gary

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    Quote by RH1941 View Post
    Time bandit thanks for the info. I really like this knife it has a good feel to it . I also really like how easy it is to date . Gary
    Yup, I love the things too, I've got far too many of them...well actually that's not true as you can't ever have too many of them!!

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    so true you can never have to many toys. When I saw it all alone in that box covered in dirt and rust I just had to take it home. Would the lanyard have been allowed or do you think its post war. Gary

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    Not sure if the lanyard would date from the war or afterwards to be honest? Maybe done by a bored soldier during a lull in the fighting - guess we'll never know?

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