He is long since passed. His only child is my wife's mother. My father-in-law recently dug up a bayonet knife from some of "Froggy's" stuff. This thing is in as bad a shape as possible and has zero value except to my wife and mother in law.Froggy, though extremely proud of his service, was without sentiment. This thing looks like it's been used to open paint cans and God knows what else. The tip is bent, the leather handle is in terrible shape, the entire thing is splattered with paint, the carbon steel is rusted in spots and it appears as if it has been repeatedly sharpened with a grinder - In short, this thing is a train wreck. My father-in-law knows I'm a "knife guy" and asked me if I can do anything to restore it. He made it clear, his expectations are low and understands that it's damaged. This is a daunting task! The took biggest obstacles I see are the bent tip and the leather handle.
For More Details:-