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HJ Knife - Transitional

Article about: Here is a HJ knife I've had stored away for a number of years. Contition appears to be unissued. Scabbard is in mint shape. Brown leather is still in excellent shape. Blade has both the Make

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    Michael,yours is Dual marked ,but transitionals were from 1936-1938

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    Hi Michael,

    Stingray said it all
    2 springs, late and fit yours.
    The nice thick brown leather strap is often seen on the early ones, like this one:
    Regards,
    Ger
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    I would have called this transitional too but if its not the 'textbook' transitional period its not- but its transitional style anyway! Usually 1940 daggers show just the rzm number?

    cheers matty

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    Quote by stingray View Post
    Michael,yours is Dual marked ,but transitionals were from 1936-1938

    Regards
    Quote by gerrit View Post
    Hi Michael,

    Stingray said it all
    2 springs, late and fit yours.
    The nice thick brown leather strap is often seen on the early ones, like this one:
    Regards,
    Ger
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    Thanks for the help
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    Thanks guys for showing these!

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