I looked at the entire TL-29 thread. Nice Knives.
I did not see a Robeson. I could of missed one, don't know. So, here is my one and only WWII Robeson TL-29.
Notice that it has no bail. It never did. However, I've seen Robeson TL-29's with a bail, so I
guess I need to find a nice one.
Robeson made the knife after the war as a civilian item. It's pattern number was 222030,
As my dad was an electrician, I have some of his, still. There's a Camillus, a Holub and a Klein.
His black handled Camillus was actually part of a lineman's set with knife and pliers in a leather
two compartment pouch. I'm sure it was post war, though, as the pliers were made by Boker.
The three pieces are not together, but they're all here somewhere. It'd take me a bit of
searching to get them all together again.
I don't know why these photos came out so large. They are only 3"x3" in my photo program,
and all my other picture posts come out correctly.
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