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Fighting knife? ww1-2?

Article about: I am thinking about buying this knife, can anyone identify it? Looks german to me, but I do not know exactly. Any ideas? no markings, leather sheath. Brent

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    I am thinking about buying this knife, can anyone identify it? Looks german to me, but I do not know exactly. Any ideas? no markings, leather sheath.
    Brent
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    here is a close up of the handle and rivet screws, hope this helps to identify the era.
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    Hi Brent, I don't recognise it as being of German origin. Not much help, sorry.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Thanks Ade, me either, but you never know, thats why I have you good guys here.

    Brent

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    Hello i also have a question on a bayonet from ww1 from Turkey. What do you think? Is it ok ?
    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/dagger...-2/#post743788

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    Hello! My name is Todor and i am from Bulgaria. I have a question concerning a ww1 turkish bayonet. Can i ask your advise and sorry for the interruption.

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    Hi Todor, I don't recognise that one, sorry.

    Cheers, Ade.
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