The Ibberson Trench Knife

A rare trench knife with universal appeal. A small well made knife that was private purchase in England for WW I. Early in the war the English did not think much of trench knives, they just weren't gentlemenly to use in a fight. This quickly passed and the knife explosion began.

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This one is completely unmarked... because the made in India sticker fell off. Not the starburst markings on the male side of the scabbard snap. A neat knife but not up to the Sheffield standard in fit and finish, easy to tell them apart form the originals.


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