Clement's Knuckle Knife
A\change from the standard dagger, this type of knife, often called "the throat cutter" because of its "upside down" blade, was produced by many Sheffield firms although it's referred to as the Clements knuckle knife after a large London retailer. They were a popular private purchase item particularly for officers and the design proved so effective that it was revived with a few modifications as the Second War, BC-41 British Commando knife, precursor to the Fairbairn-Sykes daggers.
Blades are forged from file steel and measure 5 3/4" long. They're riveted to a cast aluminum handle and include a sewn and riveted cowhide sheath. Overall length, 9 3/4".
$120 lus $5 shipping.
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