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    Gents great collection of "Sporks"....heres the Granddaddy of these utensils, my Imperial version, no mm, the Imperial version has a "lip" on the end, this together with a matching lip on the inside top of an Imperial model 1910 mess tin and provides a resting place for the spork inside the mess tin when not in use, the mess tin lid keeping it in place when assembled together. They were also available painted black.
    Prost ! Steve.

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    And here is mine!

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    Hi all, is the correct German name for the spork a G÷ffel? I don't know how to describe mine in my records

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    Correct.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thanks again Ade!

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    Great thread on the 'Spork' gents. I really like these a lot.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Suddenly, I feel hungry.....

    Nice Goffelen gents, thanks for sharing.

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    Received my first G÷ffel today, made by GK&F in 1940.. i was looking for a nice one for a long time but finally found one
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    Very nice collection of them. timothy

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    Here are both of my Folding Fork-Spoons! I love these items. They look great sitting next to my 4 piece set and my M31 mess kits!
    Got both for under $40 USD each.



    They are both dated 1938.

    GK&F 38

    CH. 38 with Waffenamt (Waa25)


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