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Type I chained dagger with some problems

Article about: Hi all...i saw this SS Type I chained dagger,salty,chipped and rusty...but original?? i would appreciate your opinions.Thanks a lot

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    Hi all...i saw this SS Type I chained dagger,salty,chipped and rusty...but original??
    i would appreciate your opinions.Thanks a lot
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    Is there a makerslogo on the back of the blade? You can ask the seller for it. There shouldn't be one.

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    i've forgotten a pic...no logo
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    A link to another Type I CH SS dagger for comparison and study. M36 Type I Chain SS Dagger
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    Many thanks guys

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