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    hello
    what do you think about this Puma?
    what is the approximative value?please

    thanks
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    Thats a nice Puma transitional ricasso knife you've got there
    The Puma 1938 transistional can be found with the nice early nickel/steel hilts and with the Motto on the blade, like this one.
    Nice nickel rivetts.
    The 1939 Puma has the same blade, but lacks the Motto and often seen with a Zinc hilt.

    This one has wear where you want it to be, (on the hilt where the snap is)
    Scabbard leather has some wear and looks a bit dry, but the paint is good.
    Pity the tip has a been sharpened, its a bit blunt.
    Overal a nice original Puma!

    About prices you might take a look at Lakesidetraders, Johhnson or Wittmann.
    In Europe this Puma will do +/- 375 euro

    Cheers,
    Ger
    Last edited by gerrit; 10-04-2013 at 10:07 PM.

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    OK,thank you a lot!
    regards

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