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JulesVane
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As I test the waters of German leverlock collecting (a short test), I've acquired these 3 BÖKER pieces. The two 712R's are apparently red dyed bone and black Delrin (a form of plastic?), and the 715R is stag. I "think" 712's came before 715's(?), but I'm not sure if the "R" models came before or after those without the "R". I do not know the ages of these knives...

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Nice knives. You have a remarkably diverse collection. If anything happens to you please be sure your wife has a way to contact me. Lol
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Those are really nice JV! I also love that one in red, definitely catches my interest.
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Great knives all. Find the blade markings interesting. I believe Alemania is Spanish for Germany.
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Nice looking levers , thanks for sharing.
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JulesVane
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Thanks guys!
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Very Nice!!!!
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Nice and I own several including two I bought in Germany in 1986 and 1991. Those are the best lever locks.
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Panzerfaust wrote: Sat Apr 18, 2020 12:54 pm Nice and I own several including two I bought in Germany in 1986 and 1991. Those are the best lever locks. Here are a few of mine. I no longer own the one on the bottom which had been sharpened and if I had known back then that autos would become legal for carry in my state, I would have kept it.
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Panzerfaust wrote: Sat Apr 18, 2020 1:01 pm
Panzerfaust wrote: Sat Apr 18, 2020 12:54 pm Nice and I own several including two I bought in Germany in 1986 and 1991. Those are the best lever locks. Here are a few of mine. I no longer own the one on the bottom which had been sharpened and if I had known back then that autos would become legal for carry in my state, I would have kept it.
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Chris, very nice,I have one that has a bail.
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A couple of mine
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Here is a link to some of Kens Bokers. BTW, these are NOT for sale.
http://www.autoknife.info/German_3.html
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The 712R did come before the 715R marking. You will find 712R’s in stag. They must have given the stag scales version its own model number at some point.
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There is nothing like a great Solingen made knife.
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