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German Armeedolch, which maker ?

Article about: Hi ! Got this German, (private purchased), Armeedolch yesterday. Stamped upon the blade you can see the logo "BISMARCK". I guess, it´s the logo of the maker August Müller, Solingen

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    Default German Armeedolch, which maker ?

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    Hi !

    Got this German, (private purchased), Armeedolch yesterday.

    Stamped upon the blade you can see the logo "BISMARCK".

    I guess, it´s the logo of the maker August Müller, Solingen-Merscheid, am I right ?

    Thx. in advance,

    R.

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    Default Re: German Armeedolch, which maker ?

    Hello Reibert
    I think you're right
    Maker Marks
    cordially
    Didier

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    Thx., Didier !


    You can find the trade name, (trade mark), BISMARCK not only with August Müller, also with Dorp & Voos !


    JOHN WALTER : GERMAN CUTLERS,
    TOOLMAKERS AND METALSMITHS
    AN ILLUSTRATED REGISTER OF TRADEMARKS AND
    BRAND NAMES, 1871-1945

    http://www.archivingindustry.com/cut...lermarks-1.pdf


    Dorp & Voos, (DoVo), adopted the trade name BISMARCK in 1957 !

    But, IMO, my dagger is made pre "III.Reich era" ...

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