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Yes? Or no?

Article about: I say No! but I don't know everything... Any other opinions on this example? Happy New Year to ALL! Regards,Geoff

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    I say No! but I don't know everything... Any other opinions on this example? Happy New Year to ALL! Regards,Geoff
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    Hi Geoff.. Happy New Year.

    The knife shown is not a typical RZM Schuttlehoffer type.
    The logo is not correct and can compare to a Late RZM type here
    Very Late Hitler Youth Knife (RZM M7/13) - Arthur Schuttlehöfer

    It looks like some nice details were added to what was made postwar.

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    Schuttlehoffers RZM number is Iconic in the RZM world and stands out in characteristics..to the RZM type collector. Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Some times people forget to dot the i and cross their T and Z's
    Unless I'm wrong on the Z thing. I'm sure I'll be corrected!

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Looks way too new for me... you need to show clear shots of the whole knife, scabbard, both sides of the handle, etc...

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    Thank you all for the replies I agree with all the above a couple more pics for everyone.Regards, Geoff
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    It's not good
    Here is how supposed to look like.
    Always stamped and not etched makers mark

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    Geez, never seen this Fake before


    Agree with Stingray on the makers mark, also the crossgrain is wrong !


    starting to get slightly worried about these new fakes coming into the market these days, we all need to be very aware



    Mac 66.

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    dangerous piece.
    the scabbard looks good and the grip.
    Where does that still going?
    in a few years, the copies are identical to the original.
    where this knife is offered Geoff

    sorry for my english
    I wish you happy new year

    maxxx

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    I am not sure where this piece originates from. I was asked my opinion from a visitor at my website.I suspect from the usual European sources but I cannot say for sure. At least we have an example to add to the "Swindlers List"
    Best regards,Geoff

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    Certainly very dangerous 3 or 4 years ago an acquaintance of mine who knew his guns picked up one very much like this (a different TM as I recall which is easy enough to do with a different etching template) in a partial trade for a high end pistol. He offered it to me and I had to very diplomatically tell him I was going to have to pass. Best Regards, Fred

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