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Ww2 german boot knife ??? Unknown maker ??

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    Default Ww2 german boot knife ??? Unknown maker ??

    Hi
    what are your thoughts on this boot knife
    any idea who the maker is
    thank you for your time and help
    Tony
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    Default Re: Ww2 german boot knife ??? Unknown maker ??

    I'm not sure, but I think that is WW1 boot knife, produced by Emil Voos.

    Regards
    Vedran

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    Default Re: Ww2 german boot knife ??? Unknown maker ??

    Hi Tony welcome to the forum,,, You have salty looking knife and the maker is by Aesculap ( see photo below ) Im not sure what "1K' is on the back of the grip tang. One of our members can comment on that. nice knife Regards Larry
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    As stated above, this looks to be a WW1 design.

    These weapons are sometimes found with unit markings.

    "1K" could possibly represent 1 Kompagnie.

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    WW1 very nice boot dagger and yes the 1 K is a unit mark

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    Hi, Tony !

    You´ve got an private purchased, WWI, Armeedolch, made by Jetter & Scheerer, Aesculap-Werke, Tuttlingen.

    Thx. for sharing !

    R.

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    Default Re: Ww2 german boot knife ??? Unknown maker ??

    Hello Everyone
    thank you very much for your time and help
    I would never had found the maker with out you guys
    thanks again
    Tony

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