This one has seen better days but I bought it from the son of the WW2 U.S. interpreter that brought it home. His son also happens to be my neighbor. He was sent to St. Lo in France during the Normandy invasion. He was tri-lingual speaking English, French and Russian. Probably a valuable skillset for the time period.
Anyway, I kind of like these maker/RZM transitional combo daggers. This is an Eickhorn RZM M7/66 1939. Wish it had been better cared for but this is how I got it. Any thoughts? Thanks!