Good score Reibert ! I'd be lucky to find
any like those over here.........
Great score , wish we had sales like that .
Hi, mates !
As mentioned, bought this three knives out of the trunk of a collector´s mate´s car two days ago.
Among them an NVA, ("Nationale Volksarmee") "Kampfmesser 66", (3rd pattern), consecutive Number of the "KM66": 11937
Also, an, polish, "Wz.92.", ("nóż wojskowy wz. 92."), combat knife.
AFAIK this knives were, (still, are ?), issued in the "Kompanii Specjalnej 62", or: "Szkolenie spadochronowe w 62 KS", "62 Kompania Specjalna", or: "62 Kompanii Specjalnej w Bolesławcu"
Is this correct ?
Saw such pattern knives marked upon the blade with: GERLACH
Upon the blade of my knife I recoknize the hallmark EP DESIGN ? ...
What´s the meaning of this stamp ?
Probably, Emil Pąsiek ? ...
Are knives, marked with EP DESIGN, manufactured for the polish Army originally, (were they "Army issued" actually ?), or, were they manufactured for the "commercial market" ? ...
Thx. in advance,
Lenght of the blade: ca. 173 mm
I really like to see the stuff that you pick up. Your posts really open my eyes to some of the more obscure knives that I wouldn't normally think about. Cheers
Thx. a lot, very kind !