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    HJ Messer A. Wingen

    Wäre stirbt schon seit Einiger Zeit, Aber noch nie Veröffentlicht es. Transitional A. Wingen. Hoffe es gefällt euch. Gruß Udet

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    Oberaffengeil! nice one utet

    si

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    Beautiful knife Udet!

    Regards

    Russ

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    Nice one indeed!
    But I thought the early HJ non ricasso knives never had a RZM instription?
    I see it is a good one..

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    Hallo
    Noch ein Bild .

    Gruß Udet
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    Bitte auf Englisch schreiben Udet. Danke!

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    Hi.

    I know both, the etching written with the dot and without it after the M.
    Same with the exclamation mark, with or without...
    In 1936 there were still blades produced with the motto, are there any worries concerning the blade?

    This knive came directly from the household and it was very hard to pull the knive out of the scabbard, because the leather sticked very hard to the scabbard.

    Best
    Markus

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    Beautiful!

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    A very nice knife!
    Peter

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    Wow,
    spoken of an odity, this knife has first prize.
    It has all the features of an early production, despite the absence of the manufacturers logo, instead it bears its RZM designation. This can but mean one thing that it has just been assembled on the turnover of regulations about marking these knives. I find this nevertheless a bitt strange, for one would think, once a blade is made, both markings; the etched motto and manufacturers logo would be at the same time inmediately applied....?
    Maybe some hick-up during the fabrication process happened here....? Who will tell?

    A VERY desirable piece, in pristine condition and furthermore you have its paper bag with it, wich is on his own allready very rare!
    My hat of to you,
    for you have there a real treasure. I envy you.
    A job well done, thx for sharing and making us drool.......

    wizardelf

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