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Fixed Blade Knives389 of 711World War 2 German Dagger ??post war w clauberg model 5800 knife,
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    Posted 4 years ago

    Kirstin4
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    Can anyone please help me identify this knife? Where it might be from, how old it is really anything. Can't find any markings.

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    1. Kirstin4, 4 years ago
      Can't find anyone who can figure it out. Someone please help!
    2. UncleRon UncleRon, 4 years ago
      How long is it? Does a magnet stick to the guard? to the blade? First impression: it is a "prop" knife used in the theatre or for decoration on one of those "crests" with an armor breastplate or shield, and crossed swords, that people hang on the wall.
    3. SharpGuy, 4 years ago
      El Cid Tizona sword from Spain.
    4. UncleRon UncleRon, 4 years ago
      Good catch, SharpGuy! This is a poor copy with no detail to the guard. Probably a souvenir from Spain. There's an interesting history of the fabled Tizona on the dread Wikipedia. A much better representation, described as an "economical decorator item" is offered online for $125.

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