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    Robbins & Dudley Marked Push Dagger Combat Knife.

    Approximately 6-inches overall with a 4 5/8-inch blade. The blade is double-edged, with two fullers on each side. Aluminum handle push dagger style knife, steel rounded knuckle bow with brown leather scabbard. Bottom of grip reads ROBBINS / DUDLEY. The blade is double-edged, with two fullers on each side. Contained in brown leather scabbard.

    Condition: Good. Moderate to heavy wear to aluminum grips, with some dents, bruising. Blade with wear and marks. Guard with some pitting. Scabbard with numerous scuffs, mars and warping.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2020
    7th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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