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    Any help appreciated. Thanks.
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    Not military issue. A private purchase hiking or hunting knife.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    I believe these are post war.
    Ralph.
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    Here you go
    cheers Ronnie
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    Judging by the point on the OP's dagger, the above advert appears to be a little optimistic in it's claims.....

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    Looks like a positive ID, great job finding the old ad.

    However, stab through a coin? I call b*****ks on that claim.....

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    Quote by big ned View Post
    Judging by the point on the OP's dagger, the above advert appears to be a little optimistic in it's claims.....

    Regards, Ned.
    i havent found any half dollars with holes in them Ned but plenty of these with snapped tips

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    I bet!

    Well spotted.

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    Great job Ronnie

    they forgot to mention it has to a silver dollar heated up to 100 degrees C

    Cheers,
    Ger

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    Hmm...the knife itself cost $3.95....and I should destroy Another half dollar to prove some silly theory?? Uhh....no.
    William

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