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Knife ID help #7571440 08/04/19 04:12 AM
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A buddy asked me to post these and ask if anyone can tell anything about the maker of this knife. Looks like a duck on the side and at the base of one blade its warn but what I can see in LING Steel, I think it may be Solingen Steel. He is just hoping to find out maker and age. Thanks\

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Hard to say. Most likely made in Solingen, Germany (world famous for cutlery and bladesmithing)

As for the manufacturer....the 'duck' could denote that (I.E. Hen & Rooster) or might simply be an embellishment on the scales of some other manufacturer. Many have come and gone.

Good luck with your research. Interesting knife.


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