WW2 THEATER MADE FIGHTING KNIFE W/ TOOLED SHEATH

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 09, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House

Nicely made theater made WW2 era fighting knife with stiff 6" carbon steel blade, brass guard over plexiglass, red spacers, thin aluminum spacers and stacked leather handle with cast aluminum handle with hand tooled leather sheath. Knife is rock solid with no looseness wiggles or flex, the blade is very well made, it looks a bit like the end of a (Japanese?) sword but I am not saying that is what it is for sure but it appears to be a larger blade cut down as the spine follows through in a straight line to the pommel, the blade edge being cut off through the tang. T are some light honing scuffs (it is still pretty sharp) and some scattered pits on the blade but nothing distracting. Sheath is reasonably healthy slightly dry with no abuse or damage, all braided lacing is intact. A nice example of a theater made knife. Feel free to ask any questions. As always I offer very fair even generous combined shipping rates. No sales to minors. International buyers PayPal only please