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World War One152 of 38277th Division WWI Veteran's Grouping – with Certificate of Merit Ribbon?WWI Private soldier New Testament pocket Bible
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Posted 1 year ago

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stroh21
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Just came accross these knives with the passing of my in-law. The first on is an Everitt fighting knife in great condition, from WWII. The second one is a Marbles (M.S.A. co.) knife. I believe it to be late 1800's or early 1900's. What leads me to believe this is on the 3rd line on the blade it reads "MICH--U.S.A." the dash is the key! Also it doesn't have the adjustable nut on the end of the pommel, like all the others I've seen. The third is a Krag bayonet marked U. S. on one side and 1897 on the other. Help me with the descriptions or if you have any comments. Thanks!

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  1. stroh21, 1 year ago
    That's what I'm talking about. I think it's one of the first ones made.

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