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    Cool Rare Piece...Pity...!!!

    Hi guys,

    a rare beautiful piece ... shame about the handle
    the knife was too close to the fire told me
    I am happy anyway
    it looks to you!

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    Geez


    Scarce as hens teeth as well


    Oh well it is what it is now


    Nice find Maxxx

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    handle repair or not?
    to leave sth. unchanged?
    the knife is already many years in this condition.

    gr

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    Quote by maxxx View Post
    handle repair or not?
    to leave sth. unchanged?
    the knife is already many years in this condition.

    gr


    The thing is where do you find origional griplates for such a rare hj knife ?

    it is worth restoring as the rest of the knife is very good condition but would you restore ????

    has a character of its own now

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    handle heat and deform?
    is difficult!

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    Nice and rare piece you got.
    I'm surprise, the grip is a plastic.
    I used to own one of those, but I think the grip was a wood.
    Anyway, it is a original earliest hj knife.
    Let me check my files for some pictures.

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    Very Early Carl Eickhorn, HJ knife / dagger grave

    early Eickhorn Knifehandle ...no wood
    ... is also made of bakelite!

    gr

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    leave has it is.

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    Bakelite is a thermosetting plastic that is relatively immune to heat. Not in hand, could it be Celluloid? Best Regards, Fred

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    Quote by Frogprince View Post
    Bakelite is a thermosetting plastic that is relatively immune to heat. Not in hand, could it be Celluloid? Best Regards, Fred
    against fire?

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