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Article about: need id on this fighting knife,,any sort of value?...thanks for all replies,,,Robert

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    need id on this fighting knife,,any sort of value?...thanks for all replies,,,Robert
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    Hello!

    It's post war model, am i right?

    Regards Michal

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    Post war like Micheal said,
    Were there any pre-war fighting knifes??
    Thanks

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    Hello!

    I have never seen pre war polish fighting knife.

    Regards Michal

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    would not a post-ww ii polish knife be in fact Russian?

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    I think this is a Polish Radom made fighting knife,I think its model 1958 (Wzor.58)

    Thanks for the info Micheal

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    Robert

    That is a First World War Austro-Hungarian fighting knife.

    Not sure about the Polish marking.

    Regards

    Richie

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    Robert

    That is a First World War Austro-Hungarian fighting knife.

    Not sure about the Polish marking.

    Regards

    Richie
    I would agree; I believe the knife is Austro-Hungarian WW1. It looks like the eagle is a hand-etched one-off deal so that makes it interesting.

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    Not much I can offer in the way of comments other than to say that the Legion eagle is intriguing. If genuine then certainly a rare piece.

    T.

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    if this is a one-off,and attributable to the Polish legion,,what would a value be?...someone on another forum is most interested in this and the engraved officers dagger...what should i ask for the pair?,,thanks,,,Robert

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