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The most I can find is it's a slim trappers bone something or another boker from Solingen Germany anybody have any clue what it's worth

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Jake if it is the pics you posted on your page it is a single blade slim line trapper.  It is jigged bone. Based on the tang stamp it appears to be 1970 to present.  Based on the knife and the jigging I am taking a wild guess at the 80's

Never been part of a blog forum type thing so it's gonna take a min see how it works plus i dont have desk top
Ty but it's from Solingen Germany wouldn't that make it older than 1940s

Jan Carter said:

Jake if it is the pics you posted on your page it is a single blade slim line trapper.  It is jigged bone. Based on the tang stamp it appears to be 1970 to present.  Based on the knife and the jigging I am taking a wild guess at the 80's

It was a every day pocket knife to a now deceased old man so it's pretty worn but the joint of the fold is straight not rounded like most USA bokers and it is a slim trapper single blade do u know when the stop putting Solingen Germany on the tang stamp
Did they make bokers from Solingen Germany in the 70s n 80s I'm pretty green at this knife collecting

Jake a rue said:
Ty but it's from Solingen Germany wouldn't that make it older than 1940s

Jan Carter said:

Jake if it is the pics you posted on your page it is a single blade slim line trapper.  It is jigged bone. Based on the tang stamp it appears to be 1970 to present.  Based on the knife and the jigging I am taking a wild guess at the 80's

Also the round stamp on the handle supposed to say Solingen buy it's almost wore flat

Good work JJ I cannot see the shield clear enough to compare them

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