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"Poignard de Tranchée, Coutrot No. 6"

Article about: Hi mates ! Wanna show you this interesting, french, WWI "substitute trench knife". The blades of such pattern knives were made of bayonet blades. overall lenght: 284 mm blade lengh

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    Default "Poignard de Tranchée, Coutrot No. 6"

    Hi mates !

    Wanna show you this interesting, french, WWI "substitute trench knife".
    The blades of such pattern knives were made of bayonet blades.

    overall lenght: 284 mm
    blade lenght: 159 mm

    Manufacturer:
    G.P. - GEORGES PAGE


    Les poignards de Chatellerault... Les Coutrots...*

    les poignards coutrot francais 14-18


    Best regards,

    R.

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    a nasty looking dagger,but I like it.

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    Hey Reibert.

    this is a copy of the link above I'll be referring to (Daggers Chatellerault ... The Coutrots ... * daggers Coutrot french 14-18)
    I recently acquired one of these ( daggers / trench knives) & I'm trying to figure out which one it is & as much information as possible about it. Maybe you can help me out? The one I have is exactly like one from the link above. counting all the photos in the posts it's the 20th photo down from the top & is the 14th from the bottom. Actually it's the last one on a blue/green back ground (from the top) the one with the metal sheath with the riveted top mount for the hanger thanks for your time
    Kdub521

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    Sry., I cannot open the 2nd link no more ...

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