Gettin' Jiggy With It - Jigged Bone Photos

veitsi_poika

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By a ruler its a bit more than 3-3/8", on my digital calipers it is 3.433"

Fodderwing Fodderwing you are absolutely correct about the quality of jigged bone shown here. I'm spinning!
The shield puts it as early as 1925 and the stamp puts it as late as late 1930's. I'm pretty sure since it was made during this time period that it would have to be stamped "Germany" if it was made there, so I suspect it is U.S. made. Overall, cool knife David :):thumbsup:
 
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dcpritch

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The shield puts it as early as 1925 and the stamp puts it as late as late 1930's. I'm pretty sure since it was made during this time period that it would have to be stamped "Germany" if it was made there, so I suspect it us U.S. made. Overall, cool knife David :):thumbsup:

Thanks for the history help, much obliged. I love learning these things.
 

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rockman0

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Thanks ! :thumbsup: The pics didn't do it justice. Mine aren't the greatest but it really is nicer in hand. The main blade saw a little use, there's a few light sharpening scratches. The pen has the factory grinds. The action is like new, tight and snappy.
Awesome knife, I was in on that one and now that I see your pictures I wish I had it even more

Thanks Al! :thumbsup:
Beautiful old knives, Kevin and Rob! Time travelers!
 
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