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Condor Pipe Knife Dagger with Sheath

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  • 1075 high carbon spring steel double-edged blade
  • Blade offers no-rust, satin, Hybrid polyEpox powder coated finish
  • Stainless steel acorn guard
  • Removable rubber butt cap so knife can be attached to a spear handle with two screw holes
  • Includes full grain handmade leather belt sheath with leg ties
  • 8 3/4″ blade
  • 13 1/2″ overall

  • 1075 high carbon spring steel double-edged blade
  • Blade offers no-rust, satin, Hybrid polyEpox powder coated finish
  • Stainless steel acorn guard
  • Removable rubber butt cap so knife can be attached to a spear handle with two screw holes
  • Includes full grain handmade leather belt sheath with leg ties
  • 8 3/4″ blade
  • 13 1/2″ overall

The design of this Condor Pipe Knife was inspired by the ceremonial daggers used by cannibalistic headhunters from Borneo. Features:

The design of this Condor Pipe Knife was inspired by the ceremonial daggers used by cannibalistic headhunters from Borneo. Features:

Pipe with concealed dagger is among weapons used by British spies in WW2 now up for sale

  • 19 Aug 2020, 0:07
  • Updated : 19 Aug 2020, 1:22

HERE’S proof smoking can be hazardous to the health of those around you . . .

A pipe that opens to reveal a dagger is among weapons belonging to British spies in World War Two that are now up for sale. A bladed pen and a garrotte for choking an enemy are among others.

The 26 lots being sold at East Bristol Auctions on Friday also include compasses hidden in coat toggles and brushes.

The sale also features a message bolt with a secret compartment, and several miniature cameras which were used to gather intelligence.

Less subtle but equally effective items going under the hammer are a miniature hacksaw and an unused reel of trip wire.

The collection is expected to fetch £3,000.

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Auctioneer Andrew Stowe said: “They’re incredibly interesting artefacts.

“Perhaps the most interesting item is the smoking pipe which actually contains a hidden dagger.

“You can just picture the gentleman RAF Officer smoking this in his prison camp, just waiting for the opportunity to arise where he could make good his escape. It’s incredible.”

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