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Paul Seilheimer Arkansas Knife
A collector’s knife of the extraordinary kind
Starting in the middle of the 19th century until about the beginning of the 1st. world war the so-called Arkansas Knife was manufactured in various designs and sizes – mainly for the south american market. The themes shown on the sheaths and on the handles were very complex and demanding – to bring evidence of the enormous skills of the contemporary engravers. Linder has used original parts of this era to manufacture and silver-plate sheaths and handles. The blade was drop-forged in Solingen and marked „Paul Seilheimer“. This logo refers to a design of the year 1908.
The first series, limited to 40 pieces only, is waiting for place in your collector’s show case.
Blade length: 6,14 inch (15.60 cm)
Total length: 11,22 inch (28.50 cm)
Handle length: 5,07 inch (12.90 cm)
Blade thickness: 0,17 inch (4.50 mm)
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