Second World War period British so-called ‘Far East Commando’ fighting knife variant of the Fairbairn-Sykes bladed form of the type produced by the firm of John Blyde of Sheffield, as usually associated as having been carried by Royal Air Force ai...

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Product ID: CMA/32397
Condition: Generally good consummate with age and usage
Description:

Second World War period British so-called ‘Far East Commando’ fighting knife variant of the Fairbairn-Sykes bladed form of the type produced by the firm of John Blyde of Sheffield, as usually associated as having been carried by Royal Air Force aircrew. These blades come both plain or marked up to the firm of Blyde, this being the unmarked form. An ‘machine-ground’ form of 3rd Pattern type blade with steel oval form guard, and eight ring wood grip. Complete with its period and correct to production tan leather slip scabbard, this unmarked. Rare.

Condition: Generally good consummate with age and usage.