United Cutlery was importing stock German made pocket knives and stilettos from Boker and the Robert Klass factory around 1983. In 1834, shortly after the marriage Pauls began to produce penknives on his own. Drew Kissing Crane Knife Company History 02. Like Magnum said, there's a lot of them out there. Each Kissing Crane knife is carefully hand-crafted with superb attention to detail. Trying to get the Case Cheetah converted too.
Through the years the demand and rising cost of material as well as the change in company ownership caused production to be moved into a new Taiwan premium knife making factory and later to a smaller factory in China managed by the same company. In addition, each knife is individually laser serialized to ensure authenticity. Take Care Workin on it Claudster. Does it have a kris blade? Kissing Crane celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 1934. It also depends if its a older model. Ownership and management of the Klaas Company has passed through several generations succeeding Robert Klaas. After 181 years, the attention to detail and quality in manufacturing is still a top priority with all Kissing Crane brand knives.
In the 1980s there was a large demand in the U. The Kissing Crane brand is now owned by On The Edge Brands, Inc. Kissing Crane became an exclusive United Cutlery brand a few years later. I've already talked to a couple of well know conversion shops and one is very interested. First of all it depends on what model and of course the condition of the knife. We humbly began as the go-to brand for high-quality pocket knives and the tradition of quality craftsmanship continues still today.
Less if bought in quantity. . Trying to get the Case Cheetah converted too. Kissing Crane Knife Company History The Kissing Crane story began when a German scissors maker from Soligen named Peter Daniels Pauls married Johanne Amalie Storsbeg, whose father owned a penknife making business. Time-honored 440 stainless steel blades are carefully sharpened and then stamped with the classic Kissing Crane mark of quality right on the blade. Less if bought in quantity. Kissing Crane Knife Company was founded in Germany in 1834.
I've talked to I have inquired with a few members here and I guess the cost for doing it is pretty high but I never asked how high. We have risen to the forefront of knife collections with our popular series of limited edition, collectible-themed folding knives, each of which features an elegant, custom design complete with brilliantly polished brass-plated bolsters and the world-renowned Kissing Crane emblem. There is or was a member here that had one and I just checked for the picture he had here and it was gone. I've already talked to a couple of well know conversion shops and one is very interested. The company history between 1934 and the 1980s is not well known. . .
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