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    Posted 5 years ago

    Jamespond
    (10 items)

    While looking through my deceased grandfathers more secret of possesions we found the small knife. It was with his collection of pocket watches. Its 25mm im length closed. Silver with glittered enamel or glass. The only marking is the name czechoslovskia at the base of the Blade. Any help as to where i might find some info about it as i cant seem to find anything that resembles it on any sites i try. Many thanks.

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    1. UncleRon UncleRon, 5 years ago
      This is a miniature of a larger (41mm) figural knife I always thought represented a kiwi bird. It was made by Franz Frenzel, a firm originally in Nixdorf, Bohemia, under their trademark "Solidus." After WWII they marked their knives "Czechoslovakia."
    2. Jamespond Jamespond, 5 years ago
      Thanks Ron

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