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Eickhorn blade. Thought I'd ask first before spending. Thank-you...again.

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    Default Eickhorn blade. Thought I'd ask first before spending. Thank-you...again.

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    Save your money. It's a very bad fake blade.

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    From the position of the makers mark, it Had been intended to make a fake Rohm or Himmler inscription out of it.
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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    From the position of the makers mark, it Had been intended to make a fake Rohm or Himmler inscription out of it.
    Yes, indeed. But the fakers didn't managed to place the MM it in the center. Strange... can't be that difficult I guess.

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    Thanks for the replies, I respect your educated opinions.

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    I concur. Tip is wrong and no cross-graining on the blade, along with the other flaws already pointed out.

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    The squirrel looks like a celery stalk,. and the Eickhorn name is off center.

    Failed attempt to create a fake..but a decent fake for the Ebay buyers wanting something that "Looks Real "

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