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British fighting knife

Article about: Could any confirm if this is war time or post war or if it’s in fact a reproduction.

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    Thanks Ralph for you help on this one.

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    Seems in very nice condition.

  3. #13


    I'm not sure but my guess is post war production.
    Not a repro.
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    I found a bit of info stating ... as of 1949 ,Specification E/1323E demands that the knife has no markings . So I think this may be pre 1949 as this one has the crows foot and Sheffield steel on the guard.

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