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    Posted 2 years ago

    JohnThomas
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    Anyone that can help with information on this knife i found in a storage locker email me please .............

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    1. JohnThomas JohnThomas, 2 years ago
      Johnthomas071959@gmail.com
    2. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 2 years ago
      There seems to be quite a few on line, vintage to antique, here's a link to one:

      https://www.ebth.com/items/5675046-w-clauberg-german-hunting-knife-with-deer-hoof-handle-and-leather-sheath

      Welcome to CW John Thomas, I hope this helps! :^)
    3. UncleRon UncleRon, 2 years ago
      There were about ten Claubergs. Wilhelm Clauberg first registered the pipe trademark in 1872. The "Est(ablished) - 1810" and "Germany" were added in the late 19th C. In 1920 the business and its trademarks were sold to Anton Wingen, another major German cutlery manufacturer, but Wingen does not seem to have used the Clauberg name, although he used the pipe logo and a standing-knight logo of Clauberg's. Your knife was probably made for export to the USA before the First World War.

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