Junkerwerk (Carl Linder) company was founded in 1887 in
the knife and blade city Solingen and was initially able to make its
name as a manufacturer of knives and blades.
The 1911 Solingen directory mentions that the Carl
Linder company had moved to Hauptstr. Nr. 45. In those days Carl Linder was one
of the many manufacturers of pocket knives. His products even as early as 1911
were mainly hunting knives.
I guess that this knife dates between 1910 and the WW1
Junker Werk Soligen Stag Lockback Knife that measures
21,5 cm closed having a 9,5 cm folding master spear-point blade and a secondary
folding spare-point blade. Master blade marked at the ricasso Junkerwerk,
Soligen Master blade also back stamped with a logo.
Unlocking of the master blade is provided by pressing
the secondary blade in the closed folded position.
Accessory provided is a corkscrew that folds onto the
back of the knife.
Steel bolsters which show no dings. Brass pins steel
liners, good looking stag handles that show no chips or cracks.
Carbon steel blades appears full with overall staining/pitting (can be cleaned
up), powerful back spring, no wobble in the locked open position
Knife is being sold As-Is condition