We have the most extensive selection of German hunting, pocket and specialty knives anywhere! Please check with our manufacturer webpage for details on country of origin or e-mail us if you have a question. The Solingen Project
Most German companies, like US companies, have some models subcontracted in other countries as well as in Germany.
We are also the best resource for Information about the history, manufacturers and museums relating to Solingen, Germany.
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Click the link below to see our "in-house" produced videos about the town of Solingen, Germany.
World-wide Solingen, Germany has the longest and most involved history related to the production of knives and cutlery.
This website is dedicated to disseminating information about the history of the cutlery industry in Solingen, Germany.
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In the coming months we will be developing this site as a multi-media resource including written articles, links, photos and video and audio clips.
Please make sure to scroll down for links relating to the history of Solingen. We have also included links to current museums, manufacturers and tourist information about visiting this vital German city. At the very bottom of the page you will find our selection of German knives for sale.
The Deutsches Klingenmuseum (Blade Museum) is a must see for those visiting Solingen. It has the largest collection of fine knives anywhere. The collection ranges from the Bronze Age to contemporary and even futuristic blades.
CLICK HERE for more details about the Deutsches Klingenmuseum.
The Rheinisches Industriemuseum is an example of historic preservation at it's best. The main museum is an interactive working forge. In addition there are several satellite sites around Solingen. The Wipper Kotten for example is on the Wipper river and is a renovated water powered grinding mill from the 17th century.
CLICK HERE for more details about the Rheinisches Industriemuseum.
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