WW2 German Parade Knife - Black
German Army K98 Parade Knife
The German Military had a long history of using dress knives when they were off duty, but still in uniform. This became even more popular during the Weimar Republic era between 1919 and 1933 with the sidearms worn mainly by enlisted men and junior NCOs. These privately purchased knives were never intended for combat use, more a natural ceremonial contribution to the Nazi "walking out" uniforms.
These reproduction German Army Parade (or dress) Knives come with a 19.5cm, black coloured blade plus an original, used scabbard. The handle of the knife is nickel plated and completed with Bakelite grips. The head of the handle is shaped with the popular eagle of the Wehrmacht
These beautifully recreated knives are a must for collectors or German Army reenactors alike.
German Army K98 Parade / Dress Knife.
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