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WKC trademark evolution

Article about: Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie was the amalgamation of two very old Solingen family companies in 1883. Both companies had had their own trademark. For Weyersburg it was King's head and for

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    An example of the W.K. & C. logo as used on a trench knife made during World War 1, or a few years before (with thanks to Martin C.)
    We can see the knight is in the refined form as seen in Oleg's naval dagger and has been joined by the traditional Weyersburg family trademark of a King's head.
    Again an example how the company used both forms of trademark at the same time, on different blades.

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