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#353793 02/25/2022 09:15 PM
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Here is 1 pic from SOS

Nice one too!

Bet Baz is looking!

From another forum!


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pvon #353797 02/26/2022 01:36 AM
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Very impressive thanks for posting Paul cheers Ryan

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That’s a super assortment of blades and accouterments, very nice!


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Our SOS purchases.

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pvon #353816 02/27/2022 03:24 PM
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Thanks for showing JR


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pvon #353817 02/27/2022 03:28 PM
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I was just having my waffle and bacon thinking about JR and Kris, and there world renowned bed spread. Not disappointed at all.
Very nice JR, a lifetime collection for many.
Is that a F Dula next to the PILE of nots??
Ed

ed773 #353822 02/27/2022 05:44 PM
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Originally Posted by ed773
I was just having my waffle and bacon thinking about JR and Kris, and there world renowned bed spread. Not disappointed at all.
Very nice JR, a lifetime collection for many.
Is that a F Dula next to the PILE of nots??
Ed

Some sort of waidblatt, could be a Dula.


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What a haul JR wow cheers and best, R

Billy G. #353923 03/04/2022 09:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Billy G.
Originally Posted by ed773
I was just having my waffle and bacon thinking about JR and Kris, and there world renowned bed spread. Not disappointed at all.
Very nice JR, a lifetime collection for many.
Is that a F Dula next to the PILE of nots??
Ed

Some sort of waidblatt, could be a Dula.

No its not a Dula, this is an all stag grip, my best guess would be an Eickhorn Bowie model 1433, the eickhorn and backhaus bowie knives are pretty similar.

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Thanks Ger
The knives are just awesome, hope I can pick up one some day.
Ed

pvon #353927 03/04/2022 01:31 PM
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Ger, very close on your guess, that was a difficult picture to even get an idea of what it is.

It's a Henckels, one that is not pictured with a sawback blade in the Henckels catalouges that I have, I suspect it was a special order. I'm looking forward to doing some research on this one.

Gary

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Another very nice looking knife, in great condition.
Ed

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Beautiful piece Gary, i had noticed differences in closing strap lenght and the leather tip fitting, as it went upwards instead of down like the Eickhorn.
I did encounter a similar Henckels on a show a couple of years ago, but in that bad shape that it wasnt mu cup of tea, it lacked the saw, just had a plain ridge.
Its always a thrill to discover a new model or variant, makes the hunt worth while!

Thx for showing, i fancy it!

Ger


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