Carl Schlieper Stahlwarenfabrik & Export was originally a trading company founded between 1754 and 1798 in Remscheid, Germany. Products included knives, tools and freehand razors. A branch of the company in Solingen was responsible for the production of knives including slipjoint, automatic knives, daggers, machetes, bowies, razors and kitchen knives. Over the years, several trademarks were created and 22 patents held by the company and millions of pieces sold worldwide. Carl Schlieper was liquidated through bankruptcy in 1993. Production of the brand was subsequently taken over by Freidrich Olbertz in Solingen.
Survival knife produced in Germany since the 1970s.
Intended use: Collection/Survival
Type of production: industrial
Blade: ICE TEMPERED stainless steel, PVD coated
Country of production: Germany
Handle: brass coated with synthetic material, hollow inside (usable space approx. 50mm. x 14mm.) with screw cap with o-ring
Blade length: 185mm. (serrated length on back 95mm.)
Blade thickness: 4.8mm.
Total length: 304mm.
Balance: on the guard
Weight: 401g. (609G. scabbard included)
Scabbard: leather, with pocket containing a sharpening stone
Notes: original cardboard box
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|Country of production||Germany|
|Blade Tip||Clip point|
|Blade thickness||5 mm|
|Blade Finish||Black (Teflon, PVD, DLC..)|
|Materials and Finishes||7,5|