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Armeedolch, maker: Robert Herder

Article about: Hi, mates ! Day´s ago I bought this, (heavilly carried), German, WWI, trench knife. The blade is sharpened, the hanger´s repaired, and, one of the grip plate´s broken ... Anyway, in my eyes

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    Default Armeedolch, maker: Robert Herder

    Hi, mates !

    Day´s ago I bought this, (heavilly carried), German, WWI, trench knife.
    The blade is sharpened, the hanger´s repaired, and, one of the grip plate´s broken ...
    Anyway, in my eyes this Armeedolch is an legit, "honest", one !

    I did´nt received the dagger actually, but I´m permitted to show images of the auction.

    Very interesting, this pattern Armeedolch is maker marked !

    Also, note the green colour, remained in the grooves of the grip plates !

    Such pattern Armeedolche showin´ the, so called, "Küchenmesser-Griff", (kitchen knife handle), were manufactured by several makers.
    For example:
    Ferd. Müller, Münster i.W.;
    Gebr. Dittmar, Heilbronn;
    Jetter & Scherer, Aesculap Werke, Tuttlingen, Württemberg;
    DEMAG, (Deutsche Maschinenfabrik AG, Duisburg);
    Engelswerk;
    Paul Seilheimer, Solingen;
    ERN, Rasiermesserfabrik, Solingen, Wald;
    F.A. NIPPEL;
    OMEGA, Josef Feist, Solingen;
    Köller;
    H. Böker & Co. Solingen,
    Eduard Wüsthof, Dreizackwerk, Solingen;
    DELTA, Hugo Linder, Solingen;
    Leupold, Gefrees;
    Robert Herder, Solingen-Ohligs;
    Daniel Herder, Ohligs Solingen;
    There´re also such pattern Armeedolche, showin´ only the mark SOLINGEN, hallmarked upon the blade.

    Best regards,
    R.

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    looks fine to me.

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