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Linder 2 Blade Pakka Wood Fruit Knife - Nr. 330511
Linder Best Skinning Knife Blade Blank - Nr. 625208
Linder Classic Solingen Skinner with Carbon Steel Blade - Nr. 185220
Linder Classic Stag and Steel Bowie Knife - Nr. 176418
Linder Crown Stag Old Western Bowie Knife - Nr. 122418
Linder Cudeman Miniature Keyring Stylet - Nr. 544302
Linder Cudeman Spanish Bull Horn Stylet - Nr. 524024
Linder Cudeman Spanish Wood Slim Stylet Folding Knife - Nr. 524022
Linder Custom Shop PPR Hand Made Classic Dagger - Nr. 218013
Linder Custom Shop PPR Hand Made Classic Dagger - Nr. 218113
Linder Huge Special Etched Bowie Knife - Nr. 177525
Linder Kentucky Stag Bowie Knife - Nr. 101020
Linder Kentucky Stag Bowie Knife SHEATH - Nr. 101020S
Linder Large Arkansas Toothpick Stag Bowie Knife - Nr. 197220
Linder Large Bowie Knife Sheath - Nr. S18K1625
Linder Leather Dagger Sheath - Nr. S06K2013
Linder Leather Daggger Sheath For Nr. 622015 - S36K2015
Linder Master Hunting Knife Blade Blank - Nr. 623813
Linder Mushroom Collecting Knife - Nr. 331911
Linder Special Bowie Blade Blank - Nr. 621625
Linder Special Crown Stag Collector Bowie Knife - Nr. 206820
Linder Special Dagger Blade Blank - Nr. 622013
Linder Special Kriss Dagger Blade Blank - Nr. 624415
Linder Special Spectrum Vintage Cutlass - Nr. 154571
Linder Special Yukon Bowie Blade Blank - Nr. 621725
Linder Stainless Fruit Tasting Knife & Fork - Nr. 332211
Linder Traditional Forestnicker Hunter's Blade Blank - Nr. 626612
Linder Traveller German Hunting Knife - Nr. 190113
Linder knives of Solingen, Germany produces and distributes a large variety of excellent high quality blades.
As with most manufacturers Linder subcontracts some models in Asia. Please e-mail or call with questions regarding country of origin.
Click on this link to see Linder's comprehensive steel chart:
LINDER STEEL TYPE CHART
Please look through our items to find some exclusive images of the current Linder workshop!
Linder knives are synonymous with the town of Solingen which is the knife producing Mecca of Germany, Europe and the ultimately the world. The city of Solingen was founded in 1374.
In that time hundreds of knife companies have come and gone. There are a few surviving knife manufacturers currently in Solingen. Linder is one of them.
Linder has been making knives since 1870. Solingen City Archives show that Carl Wilhelm Linder started his workshop in a little hamlet named Bech, now part of Solingen, Germany.
His youngest son, Carl, was born in 1869 and carried on his father's tradition of fine knife making. In 1903 Carl Linder moved to a larger location, as they had outgrown their tiny workshop.
In 1918 Linder began to export their knives. In 1937, after Carl Linder's death, the company was sold to Paul Rosenkaimer, a knifemaker who had been part of Solingen history for a very long time. He chose to call the company "Carl Lidner Nachf."
In German, the word Nachfolger means "successor," and the company is still officially known as Carl Linder Nachf.
In March of 1985 Paul Rosenkaimer died and his son Siegfried Rosenkaimer became the proprietor. Along with his son Stephan he runs Linder to this day!
We at World Knives are huge fans of the Linder company and the products they still produce with Old World quality.
Please take a look at our always growing selection of Linder knives.