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#1 posted 10-25-2018 12:43 PM

Thanks, Summerfi for the additional comments regarding the date. I was just trying to put myself inside the head of the original owner and t that it was rather odd to put a date on the blade. I agree that the manufacturer would have added that to the markings on the spine if they wanted it, so I think you are right that it was the owner. Initials to show ownership? I can understand that. The year? Why anyone would do that is a mystery to me.

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