Damask-pocket knife in a gift box

Noble Backlock-pocket knife with bolsters of nickel silver and root wood grip cover. The gift box is made out of cardboard. The blade of the solid knife is made out of 39-layered stainless steel.

Price incl. 21% VAT: 76

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Price of the selection: 76
info Foreseen earliest delivery on 16. December.
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  • Product No: 5469

Damask-pocket knife in a gift box

The blade core is of 440C steel.

  • Blade length 100 mm
  • Grip length app 125 mm
  • Weight approx. 186 g

Premium quality made by Haller.


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