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M1861/70 infantry officer's sabre of general Božidar Janković, Prinicipality/Kingdom of Serbia

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1 M1834 artillery dussack (tesak), Russia, Bulgaria

2 M1917 artillery dussack, Kingdom of SCS, Yugoslavia

3 M1917 trench knife of assault troops, Austro-Hungary, Kingdom of SCS/Yugoslavia

4 M17 knife of Serbian assault units, Salonika Front

5 Knife of a member of Yugoslav Army in Fatherland (?), 1941-45

6 M1939 dagger of infantry officer, Kingdom of Yugoslavia

7 NCO's dagger (?), Romania

8 M1936 dagger of infantry officer, Bulgaria

9 M1932 gendarmerie and M1934 police officer's dagger, bulgaria

10 M1933 SA dagger, Germany

11 M1935 Wehrmacht officer's dagger, Germany

12 M1935 Wehrmacht officer's dagger, Germany

13 M1938 diplomatic official dagger, Germany

14 Diplomatic official dagger, Norway

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