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#345610 02/13/2020 12:15 AM
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Hello guys Does an Ed Wusthof Rohm have to have the small maker's mark? Thanks and cheers, Ryan

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really no comments in one week? This would have been answered within minutes of posting 15 years ago by Gailen or Ron or Craig or Paul or others........ :( I have been told that a Wusthof Rohm SA must have the distinctive small trademark. I have owned EPS and Eickhorn full Rohms and partial SMF but never an Ed Wusthof. So, answered my own question cheers :)

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Hi ,

it was my intention to reply soon to your question but being unable to load pics I was then "dumb".
I can confirm that the Wusthof's logos of R?hm daggers are smaller than normal ones . On my 3 partial the logo is located at about 1,0 cm of the low guard and it measures 1,35 cm high . Sorry for not showing pics as I hoped .

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uh............thanks Dave, guess you didn't know??? thanks Seppi I appreciate your reply I know that Wusthof SA Rohm had the smaller trade mark wasn't sure if they could have the large ran into Paul Hogle two weeks ago and he wasn't certain either I am appreciative as always cheers and best, Ryan

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I believe they did use the larger trademark as I have a Wustoff with "Oe" gruppe mark seen below and has had a regrind on the reverse side of the blade. hard to see in the photo but in hand ..a couple of depressed areas on the blade and a slight wave on the spine.

Very controversial Dagger and SA gruppe ..which I had seen other numbered examples only a few.
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Thanks Larry that dagger is a real beauty cheer

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Hi Ryan..Glad to help out :)

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Looks like Larry's is the larger one and Seppi's is the Rohm version.

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thanks so can an Ed Wusthoff Rohm have both trademarks? thank you and cheers

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Hallo all ,

to clear this problem , the 2 logos are : 19 mm high for the normal Ed.W?sthof and only 13,5 mm for my both ground R?hm .

A pic would be more usefull ... ;-)

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Ed Wusthof with large and small trademarks

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Thanks guys thanks Vern, so a Wusthoff Rohm can have large and small? So many people told me that it can only have the smaller trademark. Cheers and best, Ryan

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Here is a side by side comparison.

I have never seen a W?sth?f SA Rohm, full, partial, nor ground with the large mark... So that is a not period version in my opinion.

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Emedals currently has a full Roehm large mark SA for sale.


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Hi I Purchased it for $3500 ( a steal) but after being told it was questionable from pics had it returned before taking delivery. Vern did you consider it to be good from the pictures? regards, Ryan

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From the photos I saw, I believe it is good. Gailand had a large Wusthof trademark Roehm that I examined at the SOS some years ago and it matched up. That's about the best one can do from a set of photos. An in hand exam should identify if the Roehm inscription was added later.


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his logo is always smaller on the ground blades. Looks nice, Ryan.

I myself have a full ground from him that I show on my website in the museum section.

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nice to see this forum is still active!

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nice to see this forum is still active!


Hello all ,
to bring an exemple of a large Wusthof logo , please find a pic of a Rohm dagger received from a friend fellow fan , this dagger is wonderfull and as new from the factory : a dream to own such a jewel : ;-)

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Hi Seppi,

I have never seen such a dark MM, nor inscription on any Ed. Wusthof SA dagger... So I don't like it, from what I can see on this sole picture...

Other makers used those very dark etches, but Ed Wusthof was not one of them and had a very typical greyer etch.

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Hi Herman ,

thanks for your opinion on this dagger but not yet in my collection ...

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Here?s my ground Rohm:


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