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Serb fascine knife

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    Hello !

    Some of You guy´s have further information´s regarding this Serb fascine knife ?

    Thx. in advance,

    R.

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    Reibert

    Very interesting - never seen one before.

    An unusual blade design as well with only one fuller.

    Can't help a great deal other than to say that the BT3 mark was used December 1918 - November 1923 and then again from March 1931 to April 1941 by the Military Technical Institute Kragujevac.

    Regards

    Richie

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    Can't help a great deal other than to say that the BT3 mark was used December 1918 - November 1923 and then again from March 1931 to April 1941 by the Military Technical Institute Kragujevac. ...
    AT3 means: "AT3" (ATZ) Артилерийско технички завод - Artiljerijsko Technitschki Zavod, (1923-31)

    BT3 means: Војно технички завод - Vojno Technitschki Zavod (1883-1923, 1931-1941).

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    Pic´s of an other one, I swapped months ago to Lithuania

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