Boker Knives: Boker Anso 67 1674 Knife, BK-110120
The Boker Anso 67 1674 Knife - a beautiful frame lock folder designed by Jens Anso, is a limited edition knife that commemorates the year of the Boker trademark registration. The Anso 67 1674 features a 3.4" modified sheepfoot blade made of N690Co stainless steel, .20" thick, with a two tone traditional Solingen satin finish, a scooped spine for precise control on intricate cuts, and dual thumb studs for ambidextrous one hand opening. The contoured handle, 4.3" closed, has an Amboina root wood front scale with historic Tree and River heraldic shield, a titanium back with sturdy frame lock, a lanyard hole and an end to end reversible metal pocket clip. The Anso 67 1674 has an overall open length of 7.7", and it weighs 4.9 ounces. Made in Solingen, Germany. Limited to 343 serial numbered pieces; includes Certificate of Authenticity.
All Amboina wood handles will vary in color and striation, which is part of the uniqueness of natural handle materials.
From the Boker website: Ever since Boker was founded by Heinrich Boker in 1869, we have considered ourselves a manufacturer with historical awareness. With 148 years of uninterrupted company history in Solingen, we feel as committed to our heritage and tradition as we are to innovation and modern technology. The extremely versatile model range of our Solingen manufactory underlines this business philosophy. Boker Mexico was founded in 1865 by Robert Boker, Heinrich's cousin. The company is still owned by the Boker family, now in its 4th generation. On occasion of the 150th anniversary of Boker Mexico we obtained access to some very interesting documents, of which we had previously not been aware, and which placed the history of the Boker brand in a new light. Back in Solingen, we immediately consulted historians from the Bergisches Land and after some calculation and verification found out that the Boker family first registered the coat of arms with the famous tree as "private brand" in 1674. This historic coat of arms features a green tree on silver field at the shore of a blue river. We see this as a direct reference to the whetstones which were water-powered, even then. Thus were able to prove that the history of the Boker tree is at least 343 years old! Of course we took this discovery as an occasion to design a special limited edition to celebrate the year of the trademark registration appropriately. We chose Amboina root wood for the uniform scales of these models, one of the most popular wood types which is used here only stabilized. The finely stropped blades come with the traditional Solingen blade finish. ...
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