Lot of Five WWII Military Sheath Knives Including U.S.N. Mark I, Mark 2, U.S.M.C. Fighting Knives. Includes: 1) U.S.N. Mark I manufactured by PAL, excellent condition in the correct sheath. 2) U.S.N. Mark 2 made by Camillus in a brown leather "U.S.N." marked scabbard. The pommel has been ground but the blade and scabbard are in very good condition. 3) U.S.M.C. fighting knife manufactured by Camillus in a brown leather sheath. Blade with scabbard wear and lightly sharpened, otherwise in good condition. 4) U.S.M.C. fighting knife manufactured by KABAR in a brown leather scabbard marked "USMC / BOYT / 43". The knife, blade and leather handle have the initials "JHL" etched on them. The blade has been sharpened, otherwise the rig is in good condition. 5) M1 bayonet made into a fighting knife. Bright, sharpened blade in a newly made USMC KABAR sheath. Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
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