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Commando Dagger Identification

Article about: Hi, Got this , been told its possibly a post war MK3 . It has the WD crows foot and it has markings underneath each side of the guard, Maybe Made in England on one side, I can't really read

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    Hi,

    Got this , been told its possibly a post war MK3 . It has the WD crows foot and it has markings underneath each side of the guard, Maybe Made in England on one side, I can't really read it though. Any information would be great

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    It appears to have the small moulding number cast into the grip, so I would say it is wartime.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Hi Ade, isn't that the crows foot WD mark ?

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    I'm not 100% certain of this, but I think the mould-line in the grip indicates post-war ( wartime ones were ground ).

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    I was looking at the pic, top right. But you have it in hand. I thought I could see a number there? I could be wrong as the pic is out of focus.

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    No Ade there isnt a number on the hilt unfortunately. Do you know how much this would be worth to sell ?

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    In that case it is post war.

    Sorry no clue on value, being minus a scabbard will hurt it.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    In that case it is post war.

    Sorry no clue on value, being minus a scabbard will hurt it.

    Cheers, Ade.
    I agree with Ade.
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    Thanks all

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