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I have another one for everyone.
Here is another knife from the auction box.
It seems to be from the Middle east and the construction is of good quality.
There are makers marks on the blade and the year 1971.Continue
Can anyone help me out with identifying this knife.
I saw a picture of one a long time ago but I can't find any information now.
It seems to be made of Plasticine or something similar with real hair for the beard, real teeth, and some type of real horn for the hat.
The blade is not high quality and only has stainless printed on it, no names or other markings.
It is kind of freaky, tell me I'm not cursed by having this thing!
Any information would be…Continue
Had a wonderful few minutes eating a bite and dreaming about the factory activity that used to go on here .....ENJOY !!!Continue
I just received my Linder Dachs Folding Knife With Partridge Wood. A little brother for my Puma.
Made in the same German town - Solingen - as the Puma. Seems to be the same outstanding quality.
1.4110 stainless steel blade. Hardness 58 HRC. Partridge wood handle, nickel silver bolsters. 8 cm closed.
Blade length: 2.36″ (6 cm)
Total length: 5.51″ (14 cm)
Blade thickness: 0.11″ (2,7 mm)