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    Late M7/42 1940 HJ Knife

    Couple of pics of this beauty, a real ebay gem from a few years ago

    M7/42 dated 1940

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    Last edited by EVILMIKE; 5th March 2010 at 09:49 PM.

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    no pics mike

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    good to see someones keen
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    finally


    M7/42 = WKC but of course you all knew that yep :001_tt2:
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    superb condition too....why do all the blades have the vertical lines through them even the fakes

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    Thats the Cross grain, nice cross grain = more desirable (to most), usually a selling point, shows its not buffed and polished. I believe i remember reading that it was actually not supposed to remain during the production process or was frowned apon they used to polish it out or something similar and today they go crazy for it

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    Hi EVILMIKE,
    have you more information about Anton Wingen.jr.
    I look for the various markings of this manufacturer because I have no book.
    thank you very much
    Eric

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