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  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn
  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn
  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn
  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn
  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn
  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn
  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn
  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn
  • Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn

Item: M0273-24

Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn

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Germany, HJ. A HJ Knife, by Carl Eickhorn

(HJ Fahrtenmesser). A knife measuring 25.2 cm long with the scabbard on, featuring a 12.5 cm long brushed magnetic steel blade, the blade is etched BLUT UND EHR! (BLOOD AND HONOUR!), maker marked with logo for Carl Eickhorn, Solingen and RZM logo with M 7/66 on the reverse, with marks common to extraction and return to the scabbard, the thick blackened leather washer at the crossguard is intact and sits tightly in place, the crossguard consists of a rounded finger guard, with signature black bakelite grip plates on either side, held in place via two rivets with a HJ diamond embedded into the obverse of the grip, heavy surface marks over hilt from period wear, the scabbard is constructed of black painted steel depicting moderate wear and loss of finish, presenting two hand-etched gliders on the obverse, with a leather scabbard constructed of brown leather featuring a snap-button closure to secure the knife into place, and in overall near extremely fine condition.
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