Hello all, i appreciate that this is a long shot but i would be interested in your thoughts on it's past. I've received this Wostenholm knife from my father. It belonged to my Grand-father who served in the British army during WW2 with the Royal Engineers. My limited research would indicate that it is a Canadian knife, which would be possible as he served alongside the Canadians in 30 corps in NW Europe, is that right ? Also, what is the number stamp on the marlin spike for ? My initial thought was that it is a soldiers service number. I have researched service numbers but too many come up which surprised me. Thanks for looking, Mac.