The models no. 293, no. 294 and no. 295 are 2-piece pocket knives from the series, each with 2 cutting blades. The upper blade always remained the same, while the lower 2nd cutting blade was used differently.
The models are identical in construction to models no. 285, no. 286 and no. 287, except that there were no bark removers. These 2-piece pocket knives were only produced in very small numbers between around 1930 and 1950 and are correspondingly rare today. Apparently, many gardening professionals preferred a pocket knife that also had the bark remover integrated.
The models no. 293, no. 294 and no. 295 each had 2 cutting blades.
Cutting blade: 2.2 – 2.5 mm
All 3 pocket knives are 2-layer models. Both cutting blades rotate around the head rivet. Partly continuous back springs were used, partly intermediate layers made of brass.
Horn, fiber and possibly also Cellidor black for a short period of time were used as the scale material (cf. cat. 1952).
The liners were made of steel or brass, the intermediate layers and rivets were made of brass.
Trade names: grafting knife, garden knife