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Old 5th November 2017, 10:31 AM   #1
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Default A late 17th German Hunting trousse mark for id.

A set of German hunting knives (trousse), the Steel "Praxe" (all in 49,5 cm and 37.5cm in blade) with a heavy single-edged blade, and a rooster-shaped smith mark.. The scabbard Length 39.5 cm). (contains two original by-knives, a two-pronged fork, as well as an awl and steel, each with rooster-shaped smith marks .
Two later rings had been added on each side of the scabbard ( I will certainly remove them )
Any information about this mark would be highly appreciated.
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