Trench Knives ca. WWI

 

 

 

Pictured here are three trench knives from World War I. The first is an Au Lion, french made and clearly marked. Clean blade and original scabbard. It is tagged #1.

The second was made by AC & Co. This triangular shaped blade was deadly and subsequently banned at the Geneva Convention. It also has its original scabbard and the dragons teeth design. This one is tagged #2.

The last one, tagged #3, is American made by L.F & C in 1918. It has a beautiful blade and perfect example of a knuckle buster. The scabbard is original.

Take your pick of one of all three! They’re perfect for the edged weapon collector or World War I military collector.

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