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    Username Post: Jowika,Solingen,Germany        (Topic#865751)
    johno15
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    11-30-09 04:49.00 - Post#1993048    



    All
    This my first posting. I have a 6"Jowika knife given to me many years ago. I know nothing about it or value.
    Any info would be appreciated.
    Johno15
     


    Steinar
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    11-30-09 06:46.59 - Post#1993114    


        In response to johno15

    I have never heard about Jowika before, but where are the pictures?! (Anyway, they would be a great help for people for getting some info on the knives. Especially the tang stamps.)
     
    johno15
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    11-30-09 09:18.55 - Post#1993220    


        In response to Steinar

    Hope this helps
    Johno15

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    brianWE
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    11-30-09 12:45.01 - Post#1993428    


        In response to johno15

    According to Levine's Guide, Jowika is the brand of Weber and Altenbach. They made knives in Germany and Ireland.
    From what I have heard, the Irish ones were pretty low quality. I don't know about the German ones...but I suspect they were not a lot better.
    At the time of writing, Imperial still ran the Irish plant.
    Probably gone, now.
    Brian W Edginton
    Please don't attack me for what you read between the lines of my posts.
    I didn't write it...you did.








     


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