Wilh. Weltersbach Weidmannsheil Lever Lock

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Wilh. Weltersbach Weidmannsheil Lever Lock

Postby sunburst » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:03 pm

I agree with Galvanic (Mike) that to save time, grief and money I am going to give the forum first chance on a couple knives I am selling. Here is my first offering, this knife comes with zippered case and has never been sharpened. It is not new as the mid-70's indicates but in impressive shape and quite a rare piece to find. I have never seen another yellow bone for sale. I bought this knife about 4 years ago and will ask the exact same price that I have in it. This lever-lock/switch blade is a very nice piece, I love the old West Germany etching.

100% money back guarantee if your not satisfied. Asking price is $255.00 paypal or money order

Thanks for looking,


VERY RARE Wilh. Weltersbach Weidmannsheil Lever Lock. Very Limited Production and extremely hard to find. This Model features Nickel Silver Top and Bottom Bolsters with a Solingen Stainless etched blade. Bottom Bolster is stamped "JAGD KONIG", which translated means "King of the Hunt". Brass liners. Manufactured in the mid-70's these are super hard to find. Factory Yellow Smooth Bone Handles. Old World Craftsmanship at it's best. Lever lock operation. Includes original Green Production Tag from Solingen. Perfect pocket companion. Not many of the Yellow Bone models were made..Superb action with rock solid lockup.
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