Fairburn Sykes

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RWB
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Fairburn Sykes

Post by RWB » Mon Jan 14, 2019 4:15 pm

J. Norwill and Sons marked. It's had bluing polished off and scratch marks (file marks ?) on blade. Kahki painted grip I've never seen before. Looks like a raised letter or something just behind guard under paint but can't tell what it is as the paint seems kinda thick. Any ideas about this knife??
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