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    WWII U.S. Navy Remington PAL RH 35 Fighting Knife with Leather Sheath.

    9 3/4-inches in overall length, with 5-inch clip-point blade. Ricasso's marked: U.S.N. and PAL / RH-35. Wooden handle with metal blade guard. In leather sheath with embossed U.S.N. on the front. Back marked: PT-313 with ERLING GAMBORG written in ink. Together with photocopy 1 page letter made by consignor detailing the knife and history of Lt. Erling Gamborg [includes image of the back of the sheath].
    Note: Lieutenant Erling Gamborg (1915-1995) was the commander of the PT-313 which saw action in Italy, in 1944-1945.
    Property from the Estate of Robert (Bobby) Palazzo, Westlake Village, Ca.

    Condition: Good. Overall showing honest handling wear. Some cracking to leather.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2020
    7th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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