Hitler Pocket Knife

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Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby Jeff O » 22 Aug 2002 02:43

Is this a one off? or does anyone actually know where this comes from??
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Postby cpittman » 22 Aug 2002 03:42

These knives are postwar items, made at least 20 years ago, probably in the USA. I have seen the whole series, including Ku Klux Klan motif knives and SS knives in the same style made at the same time. I bought one new at a flea market about 10 years ago at a flea market for $8. But I have seen them sell for as much as $50, I'm not sure but I'd bet the buyers thought they were original.

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Postby panzermannss » 24 Aug 2002 03:14

Yes, I have seen these on E-bay The were listed as KKK Knife

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Postby Ken Jasper » 24 Aug 2002 03:40

Chris is correct. It is a pure fantasy piece. They are often found at gun shows, at least here in Virginia.

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby pinknife » 31 Dec 2008 02:04

This Hitler knife, which is a J. A. Henckels Zwillingswerk limited edition. In 1976 Henckles fond the orginal mold and made 1800 of these pin knives then broke the mold. This knife was orginaly made for Hitler himself and given by Hitler to his personal brownsuit goose steppers. so when the Allies captured one of Hitlers brownsuit goose steppers and they had one of these pin knife's on them they would be killed so in order to avoid execution they would throw the knives away. 1976 I purchased with documentation from Henckel one 319th of 1800 that was made. After which the mold was destroyed.

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 31 Dec 2008 02:53

pin knife, what are you smoking today?
Please send me 1 kilo c.o.d.

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby John G. » 31 Dec 2008 20:37

Pinknife,
I've heard that story, and several variations there of.....I'm afraid Mark is correct in his jestful way.....you've also fallen for a complete B.S. story to give these cheap knifes added interest/collectibility....total Bull....anyone who says THESE knifes are wartime or from the original dies or made in limited numbers (the certificates may have been in limited numbers....not the knifes......) is misinformed!!!!! There are better quality examples...same general appearance, but all are total postwar fabrication, design, manurfacture.....reguardless of sales pitch......and have little/NO collector value!
Don't take offense....we've all been there and done that ourselves...."chosen unwisely" as they say.........
I'll also take a kilo, but send, wait....no, I'll pick it up......never mind....what were we talking about?
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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby queenb25 » 27 Dec 2009 07:52

Well I'm not really sure about where it came from, but I found mine in my garden while living in Germany so I am reaaly confused.

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 27 Dec 2009 18:29

queenb25
post a pic, you might something else all together,

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby William Kramer » 05 Jan 2010 04:22

Hello there,

Nothing remotely close to these were ever produced during the years of the Third Reich, in my humble opinion :roll:

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby 0200818 » 17 Jan 2010 10:05

I dont want to be mean but.....

IMO it would have been rather strange to produce taschenmesser with swastikas after war (exspecially ZWILLING J.A. HENCKELS -). There is no way that it could have been possible in Germany after WK2. And other thing is that german wk2 blades are made using a sort of grindstone. These "repros" or fantasy items have punched blades. So they are completely diffrent from typical wk2 era blades. I wonder when there will be genuine SS or SA cellphones on the market?

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 17 Jan 2010 16:12

Oh! Oh!
Now you have let the cat out of the bag concerning SS/SA cellphones.
I have Hitlers very own "RED PHONE"" that tied directly to his Chief of Staff. :lol:

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby sandmountainslim » 21 Aug 2010 00:45

What about this link?
http://www.ioffer.com/i/artstudio1--100 ... -149364433

I have one of the fakes made by Taylor Cutlery but the fellow in that link believes his was made in the thirties for the HJ.

Wp

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby DavidBatista » 13 Mar 2011 08:20

It's a Adolf Hitler Natzi Solingen Germany pocket knife

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Re: Hitler Pocket Knife

Postby scruffy » 14 Mar 2011 03:09

once, i discovered a badly worn over sharpened original ,not quite identical -- but with a very similar motif --- so i know knives like this were made,.....but a plethora of fakes abound -beware of them


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