# 5136 / Pre-1965 Antler Folding Knife From The Renowned French Knife Maker Jacques Mongin

Mint hunting folder hand crafted by the renewed Franch knifemaker Jacques Mongin between 1956 and 1965

The spare point blade bears, on the tang, the hallmark “Nogent inox/ JM/ déposé “that is the one used by Mongin between its installation and 1965  

The blade has a mirror polish finish and opens and closes smoothly

Genuine stag horn handle scales over steel liners

100 mm mm long when folded and 180 mm when main blade is out.

The knife is in mint condition. The blade is in full profile and locks up tightly and firmly. Razor sharp. No damage to note to the handles, no dents to the steel parts

Exquisite detail, the finest materials, flawless craftsmanship, and superlative designs that transcend the best traditions of the Golden Age of French cutlery are all incorporated in the handcrafted knives of Mongin. Located in Biesles (Nogent), France, this small shop of artisans painstakingly create the edged works of art designed by master cutler, Jacques Mongin. The winner of the prestigious MOF (Meilleurs Ouvriers de France - Best Craftsmen of France) award in 1965, Jacques has recently retired, but his son, Daniel Margaux, has taken over and maintains this cutlery icon’s legacy.

Price :
€ 360.00
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