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Robbins Dudley Push Dagger.

Neat example of the famous Robbins Push Dagger as used in the trenches of WW1. This is a well used example with plenty of patina. The aluminium handle has no chips or ''dinks'' and the bottom has the Robbins name stamped into it. The steel guard is complet without damage. The blade has some staining and at some point has been reground, this is not new as there is patina to the front blade area. This is not suprising considering the use of such a weapon.
Anyway this period used example is priced accordingly and much cheaper than those found on the open market.