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Object details

Category
Weapons and ammunition
Related period
Second World War (association)
Materials

Stud: brass

Scabbard: leather

Dimensions

whole: scabbard length : 326 mm & 12.834 ins scabbard width, maximum (belt frog) : 104 mm & 4.094 ins

Catalogue number
WEA 658.2
Part of
knuckle-duster knife with scabbard

Object associations

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