Here is a German Nahkampfmesser Luftwaffe fighting knife. This knife was issued to the Luftwaffe troops as a trench fighting knife. Knife is nicely marked with a Luftamt 6. It comes with original steel metal scabbard with complete clip on the back. Nice example.
Here is an original WWII issued Fairbairn Sykes commando dagger. Dagger is in good shape with normal combat wear on blade, handle rings and pommel. Top of handle near pommel is marked with number 3 with bottom of handle marked with number 31 with arrow. Crossguard is marked with England as is the leather sheath. Sheath has all four tabs present with elastic band that has broken off on one side of the sheath for holding the dagger in place when sheathed. Nice combat worn dagger.
Here is an original WWII Fairbairn Sykes commando dagger. Blade is in near mint condition with normal wear to rings and pommel. Pommel is marked 4 with opposite end of grip marked with an 8 and arrow. Crossguard is marked England as is the leather sheath. Original elastic band on sheath appears to have been cut off by user and replaced with a period leather cord to hold dagger in place when sheathed. The leather ears on the rear of the sheath have been cut off as well, more likely for utility for the user. Very nice example.
Here is a Swiss made WWI-WWII German used Calvary bread bag, canvas and leather construction, maker marked Gustav Ott Sattler Schonholzerswilen. leather strap marked Sz with Swiss Red Cross logo. All straps and stiching in very good shape.
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