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Article about: overall-lenght: 21,6 cm blade-lenght: 11,3 cm lenght of the scabbard, (including the clip): 16,3 cm lenght of the scabbard-corpus: 12,1 cm the blade´s 2,2 cm broad

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    overall-lenght: 21,6 cm
    blade-lenght: 11,3 cm
    lenght of the scabbard, (including the clip): 16,3 cm
    lenght of the scabbard-corpus: 12,1 cm
    the blade´s 2,2 cm broad
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    very pretty reibert where did you find it ?.......so clean

    cheers Al

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    Quote by Alan M View Post
    very pretty reibert where did you find it ?.......so clean

    cheers Al
    A fellow collector in a German Militaria-forum sold me this really nice knife !

    BTW.: I´ve got a beautyful Demag trench-knife from the same buddy too !
    I´m really satisfied and happy today !

    Cheers,

    R.

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    Demag!! very sought after ! any photos ?

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    Quote by Alan M View Post
    Demag!! very sought after ! any photos ?
    I do not mean the "Crank handle" ...

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    oooohh ! but still a very unusual maker

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    Here´s the knife, (unfortunaly without scabbard, but it shows an interesting unit marking !)
    Also interesting is this kind of crossguard on this particular knife !

    J.R. 352. 11. 22. (Royal Prussian Infantry-Regiment 352, 11th Coy., Number of the weapon is 22



    The JR 352 in 1915 was "embattled", (or. "transformed"), out of the Landwehr-Ersatz-Infanterie-Regiment Nr.7

    Landwehr means: Territorial Army

    I do not have better pics at the moment ...
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    Hi Reibert, these are both great knives. I like them very much, especially the unit marked WW1 example.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    that is a beauty reibert , very unusual to see these unit markings on a fighting knife !! , and great to know where it started out from , congrats ..........Al

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    Exclamation another WWI Demag !

    A few day´s ago I catched a pretty fine Demag again !

    There´s also mounted this, (seen on fighting-knive´s, manufactured by this particular maker), unusual crossguard !
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