Krupp Ironworks Commemorative

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Krupp Ironworks Commemorative

Postby muskrat man » Fri Feb 26, 2010 2:11 am

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Re: Krupp Ironworks Commemorative

Postby gmusic » Fri Feb 26, 2010 2:21 am

I'd get arrested for that here in this comi state.

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Re: Krupp Ironworks Commemorative

Postby muskrat man » Fri Feb 26, 2010 2:24 am

thats why I don't like in Kalifornea :mrgreen: Thanks. I'm working on a seperate grouping of Hubies to put in the one surviving case I got from you :lol:
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Re: Krupp Ironworks Commemorative

Postby Capt. Farrel » Wed Sep 18, 2013 8:47 pm

This is an old thread and the pictures seem to be gone. Anyway, I just got this Hubertus Krupp ironworks commemorative which I like a lot. I just wonder if it is a new release of the old one. If old Krupp ordered these knives for his 100 year jubilee than the knife should be made in 1975! But it looks brandnew and the blade is etched on both sides. For NOS it looks ot tad too fresh to me. Any insights?

Also I wonder if really Krupp cast steel was used for the blade or is this just a marketing gag?

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It reads "Friedr. Krupp Essen 1875 - German quality (made) from Krupp-steel" on the mark side and on the pile side "Cast steel - carbon steel - W.-Germany - Hubertus Solingen"
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Re: Krupp Ironworks Commemorative

Postby JAMESC41001 » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:06 am

Great knife Frank. Where did you find it?its a keeper either way

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Re: Krupp Ironworks Commemorative

Postby Capt. Farrel » Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:33 pm

Hi James! I´ve got it from german knife shop:

http://www.scharferladen.de/shop/MESSER-TOOLS-LICHT/Sammlermesser/1875-Friedrich-Krupp-Sammlermesser-Springmesser-Krupp-Stahl::6603.html

They should have some left but I am not sure if it is a remake of the old Krupp one. ::hmm:: It´s good Hubertus quality anyway. ::tu::
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