Four World War I-era Fighting Knives
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Four World War I-era Fighting Knives, a Model 1917 bolo knife with a brass and iron grip, a German sword cut down into a knife, a French sword bayonet cut down into a knife with a leather scabbard and a German frog attached, and a British knife with a brass hilt, named to "SGT. ERWIN PRICE" with all of the battles he fought stamped around the grip, and a steel hand guard and blade.
Provenance: The collection of Nicholas A. Penachio.
All have some wear from use but are in good condition.
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