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#277932 02/07/2013 04:28 AM
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Hey guys, going to ask for your opinions on this one...ricasso marked E.P.& S. Solingen, what do you think the going rate (value) is of one of these in this condition??? THANKS Kevin.

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$1000ish retail . Is it for sale ?

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Yes,DD is correct about the value.
Very nice and rare knife,congrats

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Hello Kevin,

Yes, that is a fine and very early HJ by Ernst Pack. Several versions exist and they became tough to find!

This one has preserved a dark motto, what you rarely see on these.

Is it your knife? If not don't hesistate to buy it if the price is reasonable!

Best regards,

Herman


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Nice and right as rain.

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Thanks for info guys! I just found this piece here in NC. Came out of a drawer in a deceased Austrian fellows workshop. His family had sold all the contents of his home to a friend of mine and I bought it from him. He asked me to take a look at a Hitler youth knife he found and to my suprise he pulls this out and I spotted the pommel right away! Had a few wooden handled "stamps" in there too with the big "Adler" and swastika, both from registrars offices in towns in southern Germany. Not sure if I will keep it or move it..Still in love with it now as is so easy to do especialy when you find them yourself out of the woodwork! Kevin.

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Kevin great find your on a roll !


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