So these E-tools that were used by Romania are a very new thing to me and hard to research. Romania utilized E-tools from every country imaginable nearby them. All stemmed from a design dating back to the 1870s. This one with the saw-sided blade was identified to me by a Romanian friend as a "Model 1895". I do not know how accurate this is, but for now, that's what I am going with. I have never seen a similar model from another country, but I do know that for every 100 E-tools I order, I only get a handful of these. It would be nice if they were marked, but I also can't find any markings on them.
These feature the typical square blade but have saw teeth cut in one side for clearing small trees and collecting brush. Some have more curved blades, while most are more flat.
Either way, these are extremely hard to find, especially in the U.S. as these were used from the late 19th century, and passed along almost 5 generations of soldiers up until about the 1990s by the Romanian Military.
NOTES: These are all used, so expect wear, rust, nicks in the handle and blade, and potentially slightly bent blades. This is usually in the area that contacts the boot at the bottom of the blade. Some don't have handle rivets, but the handles appear to be solid. A nail or screw will mitigate the issue if the handles become loose. That being said, that's the worst I've seen so far, and although these are really old and have been used and abused, they are in really good shape. VERY limited numbers of these are available.