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Thoughts on this Au Lion 1918? What's left of it...

Article about: I recently came across ehh... what's left of... an Au Lion 1918 knife. They claim it to be original, and nothing stands out as a fake to me. Can anybody else give some thoughts on this? I lo

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    Thanks Lance! Much appreciated.

    I agree with what you're saying, but I still may buy it just for the challenge... Even if I don't complete the knife, I'd be happy with just a set of original knucks. I love knuckledusters and knuckle knives alike, so it doesn't bother me too much to keep it with no blade.

  2. #12


    Greetings all,

    Looks like the same knife in question U.S. 1918 Combat Knuckle Knife : WW1 & WW2 Collectibles at Seller had originally posted a “Buy it now” price of $400.00 and a starting price of $250.00. Needless to say, it didn’t sell. It’s recently been relisted with a starting price of $150.00, which is more realistic/reasonable. I don’t need any more “project” knives myself, but this would be a nice starter knife (piecing project) if it sold for $150.00.



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    Surprisingly enough, yes that is the exact knife! Odd to see it on gunbroker, that's the last place I expected to see it. I may just buy it after all with the starting bid at 100... He was asking $175 in the antique store.

  4. #14



    Yes, that’s typical with these style knives. Many dealers think they have some uber-rare piece when they see the 1918 date and feel the heft of the knuck's weight. Gunbroker is a decent place to sell knuckle knives once eBay banned their sales. You can still get them off of eBay too, but you have to be fast.

    Happy Hunting,


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