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"overpainted" Demag trench-knife

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    Hi, mates !

    Want to show you this overpainted, (on handle), Demag trench knife.

    I assume the reason why was to try to give the knife maybe any more camouflage ?
    Saw such "painted" German WWI trench knives before, all in that kind of green.

    Interesting, the leather of the hanger is marked, but I donīt know the meaning ...

    One of the grip plates is marked with 2 and C 2. Compagnie, (2nd Coy).

    Rgds.,

    R.

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    I like the style of that blade. Good pickup I dont know what those markings are for either.

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    That is a nice knife. Is it painted metalic green? Rich A. in Pa.
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    No, not "metallic"

    rgds.,

    R.

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