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Old 26th November 2022, 08:12 PM   #91
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You have a beautiful collection. Thanks for sharing!
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Old 27th November 2022, 07:13 PM   #93
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You have a beautiful collection. Thanks for sharing!
thank you very much / Tack så mycket!
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my Bosnian Bichaqs and one Sarejevo Yataghan
Nice collection, do you make the stands yourself?
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my Bosnian Bichaqs and one Sarejevo Yataghan
An enviable collection. These photos are a wonderful reference for the different artistic styles of these knives.

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Nice collection, do you make the stands yourself?
thank you. No, the stands or displays I did buy from 2 guys who make them; one in France and one in Latvia.
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An enviable collection. These photos are a wonderful reference for the different artistic styles of these knives.

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Herzlichen Dank. Yes indeed they are artistic as only 3 have the same decoration on the hilt/grip/handle, all others differ.
The "cutlery" (knives and forks) which I showed in other threads and are smaller are all identical.
I wanted to draw all the different "designs" into a small booklet but as I never came to it, I have a problem now as I have so many...guess I have to wait untill I retire some day and start...
no rest for the wicked or punishment for having been lazy... :-)

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