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    Username Post: Decora-Soligen        (Topic#919670)
    bdingle
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    02-08-12 04:35.25 - Post#2440749    









    I found this knife while camping in the 60's and used it for years as a Boy Scout. Just found it again while going through old camping stuff. It is marked DECORA-SOLINGEN made in Germany D.B.G.M. Any info on it would be appreciated.

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    Mikael W
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    02-08-12 04:45.53 - Post#2440758    


        In response to bdingle

    Awesome to find a knife like that!

    Welcome to knifeforums!

    Old Solingen knives are very common and of low collectors value.
    They were made and sold by the ton after WW II.

    Yours looks very nice though, with the antlercrown and cap.

    Enjoy it!


    Mikael



     
    brianWE
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    02-08-12 15:41.04 - Post#2441018    


        In response to Mikael W

    I believe it was, probably, made around 1910.

    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.





     
    Mikael W
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    02-09-12 04:35.33 - Post#2441183    


        In response to brianWE

    Oops!

    If so it only makes it more interesting, but it's still a factory made knife.


    Mikael


     
    bdingle
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    02-10-12 03:33.19 - Post#2441585    


        In response to Mikael W

    Thanks guys, I like the knife and it is interesting that it is so old. I will continue to use it as a general camp knife, it's light and holds an edge well.
     
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    02-10-12 11:12.05 - Post#2441749    


        In response to brianWE

    Since it has the D.B.G.M. stamp it's made after 1950.
     
    brianWE
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    02-10-12 11:23.32 - Post#2441751    


        In response to Desktop

    • Quote:
    Since it has the D.B.G.M. stamp it's made after 1950.



    I KNEW I should have checked that!!!!!
    All my references for Decora said early 20th Century.

    For others, the stamp refers to a registered design by the postwar Fed German Government.
    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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