Messer der Marke Solingen Foche.

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Messer der Marke Solingen Foche.

Post by Niordr » 11 Jul 2021 04:45

We now have Solingen Foche knives. However, no one can say for sure what kind of knife it is. I am writing from Ukraine, so translation errors are possible
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Re: Messer der Marke Solingen Foche.

Post by von thoma » 17 Jul 2021 23:38

Hello ;

Welcome to AHF.


A hunting knife ( antler handle ) of private purchase, not related with HJ, or Reich Forestry Service.
A 1935 National Party Day in Nürnberg souvenir engraved knife.

The engraving of another Souvenir Messer of the same 'Tag'.
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Re: Messer der Marke Solingen Foche.

Post by Hans1906 » 19 Jul 2021 14:37

Typical german "Fahrtenmesser", produced after 1945. (Fake!)

pumahunter.de https://www.pumahunter.de/fahrtenmesser/

The former "HJ-Fahrtenmesser" was still in our younger years av. in local shops, sometimes with the original HJ emblem, but mostly
produced after 1945, with an altered emblem.
German price back then about 12,- to 15,- Deutsche Mark, depending on the quality.

Typical "tool" for german boys, still in the 1960s.

HJ-Fahrtenmesser https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/HJ-Fahrtenmesser


Hans

P.S. "etched", not "engraved", sorry, you know the difference.
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