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1 U.S. World War II theater fighting knife available. This is an unusual and desirable theater knife. The pommel was made from a de-commissioned/now inert Japanese mortar fuse. This theater fighting knife would make an important addition to any collection.
Theater knives are fighting knives made by soldiers in the field, or by craftsman here at home for soldiers. Knives made by soldiers were often made with materials that were readily available to them--like plexiglass spacers made from enemy aircraft windshields, aluminum, brass, leather, and blades or handles from Issue fighting knives.
This large combat knife measures 14 3/4" overall. The blade itself measures 8 3/4".
This highly collectible U.S. World War 2 theater fighting knife is in excellent condition. Everything is nice and tight on this knife with no looseness or wiggle. The blade has no nicks. The sheath is in excellent condition.
This unusual and desirable WW2 theater knife, with marked defused Japanese mortar fuse pommel, would make an important addition to any collection.
|Specific Name||Specific Value|
|Period||World War 2|
|Item||Theater Fighting Knife|
|Handle material||Aircraft Windshield Plexiglass & Defused/Inert Japanese Mortar Fuse|
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