The Welsh Fusiliers Knife

This a very rare one to find, even the reproduction model. Originally purchased by Lord Howard De Walden for his machine gun sections they were fearsome trench weapons. Hard to believe they were WW I weapons, they look like they could be fighting against William Wallace.

Welsh_1.JPG (1210810 bytes)    Welsh_2.JPG (1277000 bytes)    Welsh_3.JPG (1212367 bytes)    Welsh_4.JPG (1316770 bytes)    Welsh_5.JPG (1147883 bytes)    Welsh_6.JPG (1251893 bytes)    Welsh_7.JPG (1154172 bytes)    Welsh_8.JPG (1230778 bytes)    Welsh_9.JPG (1094704 bytes)    Welsh_9a.JPG (1127210 bytes)    Welsh_10.JPG (1075563 bytes)    Welsh_11.JPG (1128692 bytes)    Welsh_12.JPG (1142389 bytes)    Welsh_12a.JPG (1167038 bytes)    Welsh_12b.JPG (1080566 bytes)    Welsh_12c.JPG (1123786 bytes)    Welsh_12d.JPG (1201647 bytes)
These are fairly easy to tell apart. The blade is much thinner as is the guard. Easy to say once you have seen both, tough if it is well aged. This specimen still has the packing grease on it from overseas shipping. The scabbard is cloth over leather like the originals and very badly hand stitched. Extremely expensive should you find one, beware.

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