Thank you kindly for helping my wife and I identify the knife and folk hallmarks. You are an amazing group!
As we grow older we realize the importance of researching our valued "family" possessions so our daughters will understand what we are leaving them when we pass... thus the search continues.
While the steel parts (blade and folk) is manufactured by Jernbolaget Eskilstuna in Sweden and the shafts (handles) are silver plated and made in Copenhagen in Denmark...
Qrt.S, you stated they are from the latter part of the 19th century. How do we identify the year they were maunfactured and the name of the manufacture?
Lastly and respectfully, what about the top symbol ("T" with a "p" to the right and a backwards "p" on the left)? What does that mean?
Bill Karas II