WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger

WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger

WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger
This is the upper part of the WW1 era M1913 "Patton Sword" Cavalry Saber that was cut-up during WW2 to be turned into a fighting dagger. During WW2 a large quantity of Patton Swords were converted into practical fighting knives/trench daggers. Andeson in CA and San Antonio Iron Works in TX were two of the best-known makers. Their fighting daggers are illustrated on pages of KNIVES OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY WORLD WAR II book by Michael W Silvey an expert on the subject (scans attached). This M1913 blade is about 9-3/4/24.8 cm overall; the blade's lower part has been polished sanded in preparation of the handle casting; the upper portion is neatly and clean; original tip is intact.

The blade is in excellent condition, considering the age. VERY hard to find in any shape or form nowadays. WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger. This is the upper part of the WW1 era M1913 "Patton Sword" Cavalry Saber that was cut-up during WW2 with the intention of turning it into a fighting dagger. During WW2 a large quantity of Patton Swords were converted into some very practical fighting knives and trench daggers.

Each M1913 saber was made into 3 fighting knives. Of San Antonio, TX are two of the best-known makers of these intimidating Patton Sword fighters.

Some of the fighting daggers made by these makers are illustrated on pages of. KNIVES OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY WORLD WAR II.

Book by Michael W Silvey a well-established expert and the author of a number of books on the subject of the US military edged weapons (see books scans attached). This M1913 blade is about 9-3/4 / 24.8 cm overall; the blade's lower part has been polished sanded in preparation of the handle casting; the upper portion is neatly and clean; original tip is intact. This type is VERY hard to find in any shape or form nowadays. I have more vintage US-made. Some of the knives are quite rare; please check out my recent store listings in the.

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Tailor your auctions with Auctiva's. The item "WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger" is in sale since Wednesday, August 12, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Edged Weapons". The seller is "pasha_28" and is located in West Haverstraw, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.


WW1 era US M1913 SA Cavalry Saber's tip-UNFINISHED WW2 era fighting knife/dagger


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