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    U.S. Army Entrenching Tool Circa 1880 and U.S. Model 1880 Hunting Knife.
    Comprising: 1.) 19th Century U.S. Army entrenching tool, wide 8-inch, bright blade with grooved wood handle. Handle stamped "US". Complete with brown leather scabbard with brass throat and mounting ring. Scabbard stamped "US". 2.) U.S. Model 1880 hunting knife with a 8 ½-inch bright blade with large single fuller on each side. Grooved wood handle with brass hilt. Hilt stamped "U.S. / Springfield" on one side and numbered "3271" on the other. Black leather scabbard with brass throat. Brass hanger stamped "Watervliet Arsenal".

    Condition: 1.) Very good. 2.) About excellent.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2018
    9th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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