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Showing of 1 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. The steel is just a little bit Have a few of these knives now and I like them. The steel is just a little bit hard, so when sharpening for the first time it will take some effort without mechanical assistance. The steel holds and edge well and the knives are well built and durable with tight pins and fine tolerances.
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Anyway, does anyone have any idea where I can date this thing? Sprue, I think that company is still in business. Been making knives for a century plus if the memory serves me. You might check to see if you can track them down.
I inherited a sheath nice made by them and it did well by its previous owner. I just can't find any info, I know that they have been making them for years but still no info. Course the ones made today come from you know where This particular knife though has some age to it no doubt and is made of carbon in which is a plus IMO. Again I have no idea of its age but its vintage.
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I value this one much much higher. The older Solengen steel is good stuff IMO. BTW I agree carbon is a plus. If I recall correctly, Frost Cultery carries this brand and possibly could supply a contact number for you. Do a google for Kissing Crane knifes. All kinds of info. Its my understanding they might be in the process of bringing back the mfg. Hard to guess the value. I don't know if it's worth a lot because it shows a good amount of honest wear.
But it hasn't been damaged or neglected, so Even if the market value isn't much, that just means you'll be able to put it back in service.