Product Code: 4684
Condition: Mint
Price: € 0,00

This museum grade 100 blade folding knife was made by Pius Lang in West Germany, actually in the Black Forest area. Polished steel different blades for various uses each providing an unique function opening in both ends tools plus 4 insertions which slides out of the end of each of the four sections of the carefully selected highly figured mother of pearl grips. Scales are fastened by 4 crews on each side. The knife is signed "P. Lang Germany" on the main blade, the word "STAINLESS" is stamped at the base of the blade. This knife was hand made by Walter Lang circa early 1960s. During his work life Walter (4th Gen. Master Knifemaker, now retired) hand crafted about 400 exposition knives, the serial number 220 is stamped on the back of the hoof cleaner. The knife is in outstanding condition, All blades have been opened and tested and they are all in full profile with a firm snap. No damage to note nor to the blades neither to the delicate slabs. No rust, scratches or other imperfections. The handles have no chips, cracks or damage. Please note that the scales are made by two entire long MOP slabs. More recent versions of these knives features four shorter plates joint together with a visible line at the center of the slabs. The Pius Lang Cutlery Company was founded in 1852 and is considered one of the greatest and longest operating knife companies in the world. The production of the 50, 100 and 200 blades knives has been temporarily suspended. This wonderful piece comes directly from the Lang cutlery being part of an old stock never released in market. PRICE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST