COMPASS FIXED BLADE KNIFE #842 LEATHER SHEATH SOLINGEN

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 17,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

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ONE (1) Very Nice & Very Collectible Compass Fixed Blade Knife #842 with Leather Sheath . The knife measures 9-1/8 inches overall. The blade is 4-7/8 inches and is stamped on one side - COMPASS SOLINGEN, GERMANY . The other side is stamped - 842 . The handle is stag with metal pommel . It also has stacked leather spacers on both ends . The blade also has a blood groove . The sheath is a light brown in color and measures 9-1/4 x 1-5/8 inches. It has heavy stitching, metal rivets, snap and engraved knife tip guard. The front of the sheath has also be impressed with a multi-point stag that measures 2-1/4 x 1-1/8 inches. The sheath is also marked - MADE IN GERMANY . The knife is unmarked as to age, however the manufacture markings supports to fact the knife was a WW bring back . As for condition, I think the knife is in Excellent Condition . The blade is nice & clean and very sharp for a pre 1945 knife. The stag handles are nice and problem free; tight too! The Leather Sheath is in Excellent Condition . I have provided lots of pictures for your evaluation & any questions. [see pics]

This is another NO RESERVE, $0.99 opening bid auction . The buyer will pay $4.27 for shipping, handling & del scan label. [item shipped in box] I will combine additional purchases to save on S&H. See your invoice. PayPal is accepted . International Bidders Welcome. PayPal is accepted . Item shipped USPS First-Class Mail International w/o ins. Fees and any delivery times stated are for USPS charges & normal delivery. No provisions have been made for in country Customs delays nor import duties & other fees. Email any questions.

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