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6-inch blade on this one, I did some research and it is a circa 1960's Boy Scout knife, the sheath has a "lion rampant" embossed on it, and that was found to be for a Belgian scout band. Razor sharp, hardly been used.
This style handle is based on the WW1 German "butcher" bayonet, also used in WW2.
Next is a little lock knife, four and a half inches closed. Cool multi-cloured pakka wood scales. Never been used, still in wrapper when I bought it.
This one was found hidden away under the seller's table, he had forgotten he had it...
Laguiole are a quality brand and the rosewood or cocobolo scales are really nice on this one. Boxed complete and the lining of the leather sheath has the Laguiole name and logo all through it.
Total layout for all of them gave me change from £15 ($20).