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Pocket Knives132 of 671Three Souvenir Knives From Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) Having Stone Mosaic Handles – ca. 1900Sussex Armoury JACKAL knife.
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    Posted 4 years ago

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    Small pocket knife inherited from father-in-law.. Seems to read "Elusi GERMANY". Can't find much by searching "Elusi" or variant/

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    1. UncleRon UncleRon, 4 years ago
      Elosi. ca. 1930. This is a trademark of Ernest Lohr & Otto Stiehl, of Germany, who patented the handle construction technique consisting of wrapping a thin layer of plastic around two hollow metal shells and holding all the parts together with only the two pins as seen on your knife. Later this assembly method was modified so that the shell handles were held onto a fully assembled frame-spring-blade unit by small tabs at each end of the handle being folded under the frame sides. This can easily be seen by examining most of the Imperial brand knives, among others, found today.
    2. gadgetfool, 4 years ago
      Thanks UncleRon
    3. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 4 years ago
      Found one in my wifes late mothers sewtng basket!! that might explain the size!!!

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