Always a pleasure Maxx to see you bring forth many common and the most rare of producers. This HJ Dagger although a Henckels still plays a part in TR History.
This knife looks good from Philadelphia
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it's ok knife,but not what I want in my collection,because the blade issue.
I'm sure,that you can find better one for your collection.
Henckels is very common maker IMO and you will find better one.
It's just doesn't fit next to the minty ones you have
Not so bad an hj knife, seen a lot worse in my time
got to be worth at least $350 - $400 imo.
Regards Mac 66
Seen worse as those boys were rough on these. Not worn in parades like the dress daggers. More like thrown at tree trunks, tinkering, camping, chores and carving wood like a Boy Scouts Swiss army or pocket knife. Good stuff Maxx. Thanks for showing and not all that bad.
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the piece was very cheap
even in this condition difficult to find.
I find a better I'm going to sell this knife.
thank you guys!
gr from Germany
Jens your looking for an old one i used to own...
Luckily i have the pics of this minty one, now a days the blade is not so pretty anymore.
The owners daughter played with it and caused 2 big nicks in the blade..
Wow,that's a beauty Ger