Thursday, October 19, 2006

Rare Pumas Not For Sale

1940s or 50s
Very Hard to Come By

Very unusual

Made in 1974

PUMA 6369 SKIPPERVery Hard to Find
Made in 1983

Puma Mother of Pearl
Lobster or Gentlemen Knife
Very Rare

Puma Ornate Youth Dagger
With correct Sheath
Pre War
Very Rare in this Condition

Puma Model 8108 Treff
Made in 1989
Throwing Knife
Very Hard to Find

Puma Model 92-8000 Jaguar
Used For Gathering Mushrooms
Very Rare

Puma Model 3537
Kriss Blade Dagger
From the 1930's
Extremely RARE

Puma Model 61-6375
Miniature White Hunter

Puma Model 550 Groom
Made in the Early 80's
For Grooming Horses

Puma Pig Sticker
Made in The 50's
Very Rare

Puma Model 6315 Bowie
Very Early Bowie Design
From The 1950's

Puma 4 Piece Fishing Set
Only one I Have Ever Seen

Puma Model 1639
Carving Set With Etched
and Painted Game Scene

Puma Model 911 Prince
Part of the Aristocrat series
The 911, 912 & 913 are very Rare

Puma 673 Bantam
This is the Only One
I Have Ever Seen With
A Bail

Puma Model# 52
Grafting Knife
Very Rare

Puma Model 6374 Cougar
1982 Very Rare

Puma=Stag Knifeand Fork SetFrom the 1930,s

Puma 701=4 Star
Very Rare with 2 Blades

Puma 715= 4 Star
With Stainless Steel
Damascus Blade

Puma 673 Bantam=Old Model
With Black Micarta
Made in 1991. These Were
Only Made a Couple Of Years
With Black Micarta

Puma Model 7076 MiniVery Rare 2 Blade
with Mother of Pearl

Puma Scout Knife
With Brass & Black
Plastic Spacers
Puma Head Pommel

Puma Model 6/0000 Hair Clippers

Puma Deer Hoof Dagger
Blade Marked, >PUMA<

Puma Model 937 Angler-Wagemesser
German Version
Blade Marked in Kilos


Puma Knife Man said...

The PUMA Chronicle
Johann Wilhelm Lauterjung writes down his trademark in the knife makers role of Solingen - the PUMA history started.
His great-grandchild Nathanael (1815-1865) moved the production to the nearby city of Solingen
His son, Ernst Otto Lauterjung (1855-1931) for the first time also manufactures pocket-knives, stilettos, sabers and hunting knives in an additional small factory.
On May 26th the name "PUMA-Werk, Lauterjung und Sohn" is written down on the Solingen register of companies.
The sons Eugen (1883-1961) and Franz (1888-1976) build a second plant in Solingen and push the export. So PUMA got known internationally before the II. World War.
During the second World War the production is put under the authority of the war industry.
Return to the civilian production of pocket- and household knives.
Oswald von Frankenberg and Ludwigsdorf (1915-1986), husband of Renate Lauterjung, changes the produktion on functional hunting-, fishing-, outdoor- and sporting knives. In cooperation with top forestray commissioner Walte Frevert, a numerous PUMA classics are developed (Waidbesteck, Jagdnicker, Waidmesser, universal hunting knife and hog spear). The bloodhound leader Tassius designs the Rüdemann and the Wildtöte.
PUMA develops the model White Hunter for the East african hunting organization.
PUMA introduces the number system. Every model gets an examining number of its own, incl. guarantee exercise book, with production year.
Renate von Frankenberg takes over the management in the PUMA-Werk.
Oswald von Frankenberg and Ludwigsdorf dies and leaves an economically highly profitable and internationally recognized enterprise behind.
Sale of PUMA-Werk to the Solinger family Hindrichs.
Harald Lauer, already active in the enterprise since the end of the seventies, becomes Managing director of PUMA-Werk. Under his management new production methods are forced, e.g. CNC controllers and laser technology.
Sale to businessman Heiner Hiepass-Aryus and removal to the modern industrial area "Auferhöhe".
Next to the classic line PUMA offers its customers a series of very qualitative knives in traditional design under the label "PUMA IP" ( PUMA International Production).

mikel said...

Excelente colección!!!



Anonymous said...

My uncle gave my father a puma springer / automatic knife when he can back from Germany in the late 40's same as the 3rd one in your web site. How rare is it? How much do you think it is worth. It is in as good of condition as the one you have in the photo.

Tim said...

As always I am searching for a Puma 6320 piggyback or an eight inch blade 6320 in puma master steel.