U.S. AND ALLIED MILITARY KNIVES/WORLD WAR II

BOOK II

It is a monster in size!  Below is a photo of Book Two next to Book One.  Book two at 676 pages is about 2 ¼” thick, 8 1/2 pounds.  The book quality is outstanding.  The full page, color photos of the knives and sheaths are excellent.  It was printed by Josten’s in Clarksville, TN., home of the 101st Airborne and Fort Campbell.

The cost of the book including shipping in the US is $217.  I prefer that you either pay with a cashier’s check or money order.  Paypal is fine, but please pay “friends & family” to avoid the 3% credit card cost.  You can order now.  I will ship the books in the order in which the book was purchased.  I hope to have new shipping boxes very soon, but will use Priority Mail until the boxes arrive.  Please know that it takes a time to sign and get the books ready for shipping, so please be patient.International shipping costs vary.

PLEASE NOTE!  IF YOU DIDN’T GET A COPY OF BOOK ONE OR WOULD JUST LIKE TO PURCHASE ANOTHER COPY, I WILL INCLUDE A COPY OF BOOK ONE FOR THE WHOLESALE COST OF $65, when purchased with BOOK TWO.  THE TOTAL COST FOR BOTH BOOK ONE AND BOOK TWO IS $282 SHIPPED.

 If you are a collector of US, British, Australian and New Zealand knives, these two books are the only books that you will need.  Below is the table of contents.

 

 

 

U.S. AND ALLIED MILITARY KNIVES/M3’S AND M’4S

BOOK I

There are almost 200 pages, with 140 full page, color photos. This book includes all the known M3 trench knife, M6 sheath and M4 knife-bayonet variations. It also includes descriptions of the knives and sheaths.Written by Bill Walters with input from Vince Coniglio.This book was proudly printed in the U.S.A.The cost of the book is $116, including Priority Mail shipping for one book.For those wanting more than one copy or residing outside of the US, I will have to get a shipping estimate for you.If paying with your credit card, please make payment to Paypal.
My Paypal payments to billwalters1948@gmail.com.

This website contains pictures and references to many different knives of the World War II era.  As you know, there can be slight variations to even the most common knife.  My hope is that you enjoy looking at the pictures and use them as a reference when needed.

I do have an email list I use to send out information and knives for sale.  I also buy single knives and whole collections. Please Contact me at billwalters1948@gmail.com or 502-245-5466.