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In near mint condition, handle has some light wear, but the blade and carrier don't look used at all. The carrier is dated 1943, the blade has a maker mark, just can't quite make it out. It is also marked "England" in a white paint, as it was sold as surplus after the war. Nice complete set, just need to add a spike bayonet to totally complete it. The bayonets were not issued with the tool, but were used on the bottom end of the handle to aid in searching for mines.
In excellent to mint condition, I have four different styles of rayon Blood Chits, for use during the Korean War and into Vietnam. They are marked XM-51-1 (European), XM-51-2 (Far East), XM-51-3 (USSR and Satellites) and XM-60-1 (Latin America). They are sold at $30 each, or take 4 different ones for $100. I have a number of each to make several sets of four.