WW2 British Fairbairn Sykes 2nd Pattern Fighting Knife Marked B2
An iconic WW2 British Fairbairn Sykes 2nd Pattern Fighting Knife Marked B2, features chequered brass grip stamped B2 on the guard attributed to Wilkenson Swords. The pommel nut has the classic indentation when the handle was secured to the hilt. The fighting knife comes complete with a brown leather scabbard with four tabs intended to stitch to the uniform with an elasticated strap on the sheath which is sadly snapped. The blade has some minor pitting and scratches and the brass grip has a few small marks, otherwise in very good condition.
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