REALLY late period German messer

From my Samples, Singulars, and Somethings Completely Different collection -

I got this from Atlanta Cutlery / Windlass Steelcrafts back in 2008; one of the last available after production was discontinued. This is a reproduction of a "World War Dos Allemand Lift-waffle survival machete" (I don't like giving those evil dickweeds *any* mention, capiche?) that I picked up because, well, it's a pretty nifty late period messer. It's been sitting on a shelf ever since: unworn, un-carried, never-cut-with, etc. Just sitting. You can have this one, I prefer my collection of much earlier messer-ey things. This little beast is black as sin, as is the all-steel sheath. There are no markings of any kind on it (thankfully).

length: 20 1/2"
blade: 16 7/7"
blade width: 2 1/8" at widest
blade thickness: 1/4"
hilt: 4 1/4"
guard: 4 1/8"
weight (messer): 1 lb 7.3 oz
weight (messer and sheath): 2 lb 8.0 oz

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