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#120157 05/18/2007 04:02 PM
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Hi guys i just found this knife but have never seen this maker.
Is it a new find or a compleate fake.
I leave it in your hands to decide

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What are the initials in the logo, are they "GS"? From some experience with bayonets, I've seen this term as a generic marking for Solingen produced blades not necessarily attributed to anh specific manufacturer. The term "Garantie Solingen" is simply means that Solingen was where the piece was produced, which isn't a stretch since most of the blade producers were located in Solingen. Never seen that marking before but this doesn't mean it's bad by any means. Russ may recognize the logo.


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#120163 05/18/2007 07:33 PM
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Intials in logo are GY

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The initials are GY in what appears to be a ring

#120165 05/24/2007 01:09 PM
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I know this is over a decade in replying, but to me, this looks like Garantie Solingen who was a distributor in Solingen. Very interesting piece!

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Can we get a close up of the maker mark? Thank you.


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