Help identifying this knife

J.A. Henckels is a Solingen, Germany based knife manufacturer that dates back to 1731. The company's Zwilling (twin) logo is known to be one of the oldest trademarks in the world. Throughout the company's history, it has made some of the world's finest pocket knives, kitchen knives, scissors & flatwear. In 1960 Henckels ceased their pocket knife production and started having other companies make knives for them on contract. Boker has been one of the main producers of more recent Henckels products.
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Help identifying this knife

Postby SGiacoppo » Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:18 am

A freind gave this to me and i cant find out anything about it. Was hoping someone here could? Thanks
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Re: Help identifying this knife

Postby kootenay joe » Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:38 am

The pattern is called "Senator" and this one has 3 springs and 5 blades. Henckels was a top of the line manufacturer of folding knives until 1960. The extensive file work on blade spines and springs show that this was one of their most expensive Senators, which was already an expensive pattern,
Too bad one side is missing much of the pearl. If the pearl was all there this knife might fetch $100 at auction (ebay). But with pearl missing on one side the value goes way down.
Hard to say age. 1920's would be a good guess.
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Re: Help identifying this knife

Postby Woodly » Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:44 pm

and if you want the pearl can be replaced


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