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Rare Spanish M1907 Artillery Bolo trench Knife

Article about: Got this great Knife today: Man its a darn large and heavy one, made by the Spanish Toledo factory. Reference is made to item 185 in Hughes and Jenkins ' A Primer of Military Knives Part Two

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    Got this great Knife today:
    Man its a darn large and heavy one, made by the Spanish Toledo factory.

    Reference is made to item 185 in Hughes and Jenkins ' A Primer of Military Knives Part Two
    " This is a scarce example of the Spanish M1907 ' Machete de Artilleria'. as well as the artillery, machine gun companies carried this weapon, for close quater combat, together with a pistol. It is 17 inches long with a 12 inch blade. The distinctive bolo, Toledo made blade was the prototype upon which was based the M 1941 Spanish Mauser bayonet and the 'CETME' rifle bayonet. The hilt is of finely chequered wood secured by two large steel screw bolts and it has a scabbard retaining catch. The pommel and cross guard are steel".

    Enjoy this great knife or should i say little sword?
    Cheers Ger
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    Ger looks like a mini sword too...A very nice looking knife..Can it be fitted as a bayonet?? Just looks like some sort of lugg there...Cheers Terry.

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    Oh hang on I thnk I can see why we have the clip !!!! to hold it in the scabbard..what a donut I am!!!! Cheers Terry.

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    Wow that is a beauty!

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    Excellent knife! And not one often seen! Great pick up!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Like the archaic looking M1941 bayo, intended for clearing brush for fire positions etc and pretty useless for the job as the blade is too small for a machete-a good looking example though with the leather/steel scabbard.

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    Lol - I have yet to see 'finely chequered' wood on ANY Spanish
    military cutlery - but it is a beautiful piece. Congrats.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thank you Gents, its something completely different from what i normally collect, but its an impressive Knife

    Ger

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    I am new here. But that is one beautiful Bolo Knife!

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    Well Gents it was a package deal with a great SG M1871.

    So this one is up for sale in the classified Other military section!

    Cheers Ger

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