History of Rostfrei Knives?

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What is the history of Rostfrei knives? These knives a likely to have a stainless steel blade. Most are manufactured in Germany or German speaking countries. This line of cutlery began production after 1912. There is some references to knives made during the war times. Rostfrei means stainless steel in German. There are some Italian companies that mark their switchblades with this logo.
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