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    Daniel peres scissors and muller & schmidt (pfeilringwerk) cigar cutter.... Any other items out there that were made by the top dagger makers
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    Whilst searching through hundreds of links and websites trying to I.D. manufacturers marks for answers to Larry's 'Guess the maker' thread I've come across Cut throat (straight) razors, scissors, pen knives, butchers knives, surgeons instruments, dental instruments, metal files and blacksmiths tools and other things I'm sure I've forgotten about. There's literally hundreds of myriad items made by the big names, especially the Solingen based ones!

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    I consign items for people. One of my favorite clients surprised me with this pair of scissors. She' in her 80's and her late sister was in Germany during the end and after the war. Besides the scissors, she traded coffee, cigs and chocolate for nice Dresden porcelain. Anyway, any idea of the value of these scissors? She and her husband are selling items so the kids won't have to deal with them.

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    Quote by geoguiver View Post
    I consign items for people. One of my favorite clients surprised me with this pair of scissors. She' in her 80's and her late sister was in Germany during the end and after the war. Besides the scissors, she traded coffee, cigs and chocolate for nice Dresden porcelain. Anyway, any idea of the value of these scissors? She and her husband are selling items so the kids won't have to deal with them.

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    My email is geoguiver@cox.net

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    It would seem to me that only items made after the war would have Germany printed on the product,should it not be " made in Germany" in German. before the war?

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    It would seem to me that only items made after the war would have Germany printed on the product,should it not be " made in Germany" in German. before the war?
    Some items made for export before the war were marked "Germany"
    Ralph.
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    In theory because of the McKinley act the following should apply, though not always. The following deals with pottery but was applied to all goods, though not always.

    It was William McKinley (the 25th president of the USA) who introduced the highly protectionist McKinley Tariff Act of 1890 - this imposed tariffs on many imports (including pottery) in order to make it easier for the American manufacturers to sell their products. It was a requirement of this Act that all such imports carried the name of the country of manufacture.
    This provided well-known marks such as "Bavaria," "England," "Nippon," - indicating the country of manufacture.
    In 1921 the Act was amended to require the phrase "Made in" preceding the country of origin, The labeling at individual British potteries varies somewhat from the 1891/1921 dating requirements described above (e.g., Wedgwood adopted the "Made in England" around 1908/10 and may have used it on some pieces as early as 1898),
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    Thank you.

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