This Clements Trench Spike by Ploughshare Forge features a black triangle dagger blade that has been riveted to an aluminum knuckle grip. Comes with a brown leather sheath. Has temper colors on the blade. Has some scratches, but it is intended to look like the originals, otherwise good condition.
Note from makers site:
This knife is based on another of the Charles Clements firms offerings from the first war.
The six inch, carbon-steel blade has a triangular cross-section similar to that of the US M1917/18 Trench Knife.
This style of stabbing blade was supposed to leave a wound that closes less readily tan that of a conventional dagger. Furthermore, I suspect that The spike is far easier to withdraw than a flat blade.
It's riveted to an aluminum handle, cast in the shape of a stylized "Death's Head" with spiked knucks (the "teeth" of the skull so to speak).
Includes a hand-stitched cowhide sheath.