Three Feathers Knuckle Knife
This Three Feathers Knuckle Knife is so named because of the stamping on the ricasso of the blade. The actual name of the maker is unknown. The knife appeared first in Adrian Van Dyk List #114 p. 14, #190, then in his list #115, p.28, #188 which is where the owner that I acquired the knife from got it. The knife is shown also in the Cassidy book The Complete Book of Knife Fighting on p. 46, #3, far left.
Name: Three Feathers Knuckle Knife
Description: This well made WWII Knuckle Knife has an 8 inch double edged stiletto blade marked at the ricasso with 3 Feathers of 3 Fingers and finger grooved walnut handle. The brass D guard knucklebow has 3 projections. Overall length is 13 inches. This WWII Custom knife is illustrated in the Cassidy book on Knife Fighting. Knife also appeared in a Knife Digest photograph.