EDER Czech 9

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Re: EDER Czech 9

Post by Ridgegrass » Fri Apr 02, 2021 12:13 am

I'll put it under 30 power and get back to you, J.O'.

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Re: EDER Czech 9

Post by Ridgegrass » Fri Apr 02, 2021 12:33 am

Eustace: Just gave it the best I could with various angles and magnification on a 30-50 power scope. I'm going with EDER. The arcs of wear cut right through the lower transverse of both E's but they're still fairly visible. The D and R seem okay. I'm not 100% sure of anything ::shrug:: but I'm 85-90 for EDER.
The scope is a real help with cruddy tang stamps. J.O'.
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Re: EDER Czech 9

Post by Mumbleypeg » Fri Apr 02, 2021 2:08 am

Thinking about the similarities between the knives discussed in this thread, I’m left wondering if Rather & Co. knives might also be of Eastern European origin. A few months ago a very nice Rather & Co. picnic knife set appeared on eBay. The seller was in an Eastern European country (IIRC Romania). Not sure if that’s a coincidence or if there is a connection. ::shrug:: I’d love to have it but the asking price was well beyond the reach of my pocketbook, so I did not bid. Nor did anyone else, and the seller removed the listing. I did copy the pictures. See below.

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Re: EDER Czech 9

Post by Ridgegrass » Fri Apr 02, 2021 1:14 pm

Houston Price gives a reference to EDER & CO., Germany. That's all, no info. J.O'.

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Re: EDER Czech 9

Post by Papa Bones » Sat Apr 17, 2021 10:57 pm

Mumbleypeg wrote:
Fri Apr 02, 2021 2:08 am
Thinking about the similarities between the knives discussed in this thread, I’m left wondering if Rather & Co. knives might also be of Eastern European origin. A few months ago a very nice Rather & Co. picnic knife set appeared on eBay. The seller was in an Eastern European country (IIRC Romania). Not sure if that’s a coincidence or if there is a connection. ::shrug:: I’d love to have it but the asking price was well beyond the reach of my pocketbook, so I did not bid. Nor did anyone else, and the seller removed the listing. I did copy the pictures. See below.

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That is a beautiful knife, and the horn handles are a very nice touch. Just out of curiosity, how many figures was the seller asking?
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Re: EDER Czech 9

Post by Mumbleypeg » Sun Apr 18, 2021 12:15 am

IIRC it was around $500 plus shipping from Romania. It was BIN, no OBO. The seller listing ran at least twice with no takers.

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