WW2 Era Case XX V44 Survival knife. The OAL is the 14", the carbon steel blade is 9-1/4" in length with two fullers on either side, showing some staining and light peppering, the blade is stamped with the "CASE XX" Logo, it has a full brass ball end guard, the black handle is tight as a drum and is secured by three pins. Comes with an all leather sheath that the knife was found in. Great example of a WW2 Era Case XX V-44 Survival Knife ! Bidders that have not bid in the last 12 months, are new to eBay or with Zero feedback MUST contact me before bidding or I will remove your bid. Bidders should have a PayPal Account & Confirmed Address. I reserve the right to Refuse/Block bidders that do not meet above criteria. * PLEASE Do Not make ANY payment until you receive an invoice from me ! I will send along ALL necessary details following the auction in a timely manner ! All photos are considered to be part of the description, PLEASE enlarge & review them before bidding !!! Add --- $6.00 postage for most folding knives & $8.00 for most fixed blade knives that will be shipped within the U.S.A.! Insurance can be added if you choose to at auction end at the prevailing USPS rates, just send me a notice by email that you want insurance. Most items to International buyers will be sent boxed 1st Class mail or Express mail if it is over $100.00 , the cost will be determined on an individual basis by weight , size & destination ! International Buyers – Please Note: Most items to International buyers will be sent boxed 1st Class mail or Express mail if it is over $100.00 , the cost will be determined on an individual basis by weight , size & destination ! If for whatever reason an item is returned to me for a refund my decision to issue a refund will be based solely on the pictures & the text from the listing ! If the pictures nor text don't match the item that is being sent back I will deny the refund & you will have to send me additional postage to send the item back ! * Every effort is made to list my items on eBay accurately, honestly & exactly as I view them when they are in my hands. Mistakes and misunderstanding do however occur, people do have different interpretations of descriptions and sometimes perceive them to be what they want them to be like & don't always look at the complete description & that is when a dispute will come up . In 99.9% of cases the matter can be amicably resolved by a simple exchange of e-mails. I am of the opinion that to revert to using eBay's adverse feedback system without first using the e-mail route or calling me is unprofessional and indicates a lack of desire to resolve any differences we may have , communication is always the key to a resolution . Lets be honest we all make mistakes and I will always go that little extra with eBay members who do communicate in an e-mail or telephone call , rather than using neutral or adverse feedback. If you are new to Ebay please send me an Email & I will help you in any way possible to make this a nice experience for you ! Please look at my feedback & you will agree that I try very hard to do the right thing !