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Germany, Circa 1970


Polished stainless steel blades and tools, each providing a unique function, including a prominent blade designed to clean horse hoofs, which provided this knife the nickname "the horseman's knife". Mother-of-pearl grips with steel screws and central thin steel plate divider. Signed "P Lang Germany" below the thumb notch and stamped "stainless" at base of one blade.
Length closed 4.75". Width 1.5".
Condition: One minuscule area of rust, but no other wear or damages noted. Blades not all checked.

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  • Provenance: The Pius Lang Cutlery Company was founded in 1852 and is considered one of the greatest and longest-operating knife companies in the world.

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