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Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handles.

Postby Draac » Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:01 pm

Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife

I picked this knife up for 12 bucks, it's in really nice shape. I love the tools on the handles (I do a little carpentry as a hobby), so it hits home for me.

The knife marked Inox Solingen Germany. The blades are 2 1/2" long and 1 5/8" and it is 3 1/4" long closed.

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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby gino » Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:20 pm

Draac, that is a cool looking knife! I never seen one like it. ::envy::

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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby Paladin » Tue Mar 08, 2011 11:22 pm

Eye Brand had a similar version to that one. 8)
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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby greentocollecting » Fri May 13, 2011 2:10 am

i have this same knife and its in mint condition i picked it up at a antique store this is the only other one i have found like it! I cant tell if its sterling or not the guy said it was but i got it for a little over 4 dollars i was wondering if anyone could possibly give me an estimate for it i have no idea how to price these things my grandfather collected and i wanted to do it as something to hold on to now that he is gone thanks!

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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby zed6309 » Fri May 13, 2011 7:33 am

I love the scales on those 2 8) ::tu::
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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby 300WinMag » Fri May 13, 2011 2:39 pm

::tu::

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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby robinetn » Fri May 13, 2011 2:59 pm

greentocollecting wrote:i have this same knife and its in mint condition i picked it up at a antique store this is the only other one i have found like it! I cant tell if its sterling or not the guy said it was but i got it for a little over 4 dollars i was wondering if anyone could possibly give me an estimate for it i have no idea how to price these things my grandfather collected and i wanted to do it as something to hold on to now that he is gone thanks!

If the knife is sterling it will be be marked either "sterling" or ".925" on the handle . I do not believe that it is sterling . As to the value it has been established as between $4.00 (what you paid) and $12.00 (what Draac paid) . I have seen these for sale in the $10.00 range , but I don't know what the sellers "bottom line" was . If it had the makers name on it , that would certainly add to the value .

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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby ironmage » Thu May 17, 2012 6:24 pm

greentocollecting wrote:i have this same knife and its in mint condition i picked it up at a antique store this is the only other one i have found like it! I cant tell if its sterling or not the guy said it was but i got it for a little over 4 dollars i was wondering if anyone could possibly give me an estimate for it i have no idea how to price these things my grandfather collected and i wanted to do it as something to hold on to now that he is gone thanks!

I may be able to help.It is a Richartz 1900-? Richartz Brothers@sons LTD.
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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby wazu013 » Thu May 17, 2012 9:56 pm

Both these knives are cool. Thanks for posting them ::tu::
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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby xstuntman » Sat May 19, 2012 8:34 pm

Mine's never been used and has leather case/pocket pouch(?) with it too. It says ARNEX STAINLESS on the other side of the blade and on the inside flap of the sheath. The tools are starting to look a little green though. :oops:
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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby ironmage » Thu May 24, 2012 1:09 am

xstuntman wrote:Mine's never been used and has leather case/pocket pouch(?) with it too. It says ARNEX STAINLESS on the other side of the blade and on the inside flap of the sheath. The tools are starting to look a little green though. :oops:

ARNEX STAINLESS. is the type of steel I believe.Germ."
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Re: Inox Solingen Germany Pocket Knife - Tools on the Handle

Postby ironmage » Thu May 24, 2012 1:11 am

Paladin wrote:Eye Brand had a similar version to that one. 8)

Paladin that is one sweet knife.Thanks for the pic's.
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