I would steer clear of it personally. I don't like the RZM markings, they're not central to the blade, and just don't look right. The Swas diamond is too uniform to the checkered grip. Do a little bit of research and you will understand what i mean.
i agree with mark the rzm mark should be more central and the hj logo looks brand spanking new
Hi Guys, there is nothing wrong with this one in my opinion.
The RZM markings are conventional and are often found slightly off centre of the blade.
The RZM stamp & date are genuine period stamps, the hj insignia is genuine as is the rest of the knife but imo not worth 275 euros, 190 euros would be a fair price to pay, close up pix of the rivets on the plain grip side would be in order here to see if they are the genuine period ones imo just to be 100% sure!!!
nice original knife. they are found with at least 2 different size diamonds. and different checkering on the grip plates. some diamonds wont follow the checkering pattern others will. one of my hj's even has wood checkerd grip plates.