Sorry forgot dimensions:
Total length: 14 1/2"
Blade length: 9 3/4"
I got this interesting knife as a gift today. Of course tried Google it but couldn't determine what this is...
Possibly Italian older boot knife? Fighting stiletto knife? Could be British?
There is only one mark on the blade - "6-44" and nothing else. On a sheath - one side stamped with "HUEY" (last name?) and opposite side - "29"
Sheath is made of leather with cooper fixture.
The handle is made of wood, guard is made of brass...
Thank you all in advance!
Sorry, Pictures are taken with my cell phone
There seems to be further stampings in the bottom of the fuller on your third photo.? Can you do a large photo close up of that area?
My thoughts lean towards "sword and dagger" replica/re-enactment. 9"+ blade is a bit long for a boot knife.
That thing is cool. I'm not sure what it is, but it is cool.
I was guessing some sort of cut-down myself.
Not just bayonets, but people were cutting-down swords in WWII and turning them into knives/daggers.
Originally Posted by Bastid
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Can you take a decent close & clear pic of the pommel?. What do you think the pommel is made out of, and does it look original to the piece?
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