Knife measures 2 7/8″ closed. Both blades are marked and have good snap. Celluloid handles in nice shape, very small crack on reverse pin that is barely noticeable. Small amount of pitting on blades. Very nice knife.
Great looking old WWII Engineer's knife measuring 3 5/8" closed. Jigged Bone handles are a beautiful color, in great shape (tiny 1/4" hairline on bottom front scale, front - see pic). Blades have snap and some tarnish and rust. I have not messed with the knife at all. Original bail and shield stamped, USA. No brass used as this was a controlled commodity during the war. Instead, all steel construction for liners and pins. Very cool piece of history.
Knife measures 3" closed. Remnants of a blade etch still visible. Both blades stamped with maker; pattern number is 029176. Handles are nickel silver(?) with slight tarnish but in great shape overall. Blades have strong snap, no wobble! Neat knife!
Great old TL-29 Ulster Knife Co pocket knife in great shape. 3 3/4" closed. Etch on locking screwdriver blade still visible. Blades have snap and the locking mechanism works. The handles are in great shape. Knife features original bail and shield marked TL-29. Get it while you can!