My name is Joe, and I'm new to the forums here. I came upon them as I was looking for information on a recent find at a garage sale. im a collector of war-time items, though not really knowledgeable to any extent on them.
I found what appears to be a Sykes and Fairborn style knife. when I talked to the owner of it, where I bought it from, she said it was her uncles; she was in her 30s or 40s, and so I figured it was worth it, as it was under $10.
So I was wondering if anyone here could help me, and decide if it was actually used in the war, or produced after it as a replica.
The blade is extremely smooth, and the tip is as sharp as a pin. there is only some surface rust, and there are no marking anywhere on the entire knife
I uploaded these pictures to help with what it looks like, hope they're detailed enough, i can get more if anyone needs a closer look at something