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Friedr Dick 1905 Utility Knife 10 Inch Blade
1905 was an eventful year: Albert Einstein published his quantum and relativity theory. In the same year Robert Koch was awarded the Nobel prize for discovering the medicine for treatment of tuberculosis. Seen as a miracle of technology was the largest German passenger ship "Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria" and this was duly celebrated. Celebrations also took place in Norway, namely the independence from Sweden. In Russia "Petersburg Bloody Sunday: and the mutiny on the armoured cruiser "Potemkin" heralded the Russian revolution, which left its sustainable mark on the world. Theodor Roosevelt was elected President of the United States for the second time, and in Amiens, France, the French visionary and important author of the 19th Century, Jules Verne, died.
This new line is a resurgence of F. Dick cutlery production from the turn of the 20th century. This exclusive, patented, modern version features an extra sharp blade, and hygienic handle with exceptional design. The line also features an "old world" style embossed F. Dick logo for added style and class.
Exceptional design handle with 3 steel rings
Highest sharpness due to double finish
Upscale chromium steel
Quality seal F Dick
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Wonderful seriesAug 19, 2012
By F. Stecker
The dick series are not only attractive knives but very functional in the kitchen. They are not very expensive compared to the regular market but their quality is excellent
very nice knifeSep 02, 2011
I had wustoff 9" bread knife. Broke the blade after about 10 yrs.Was an
excellent knife. I replaced it with a Mac, but wore it out in about 2 yrs.
The dick knife is everything I want and more. I use it to cut fruit mostly,
but it's also good for some carving tasks & it cuts most breads like butter.
The blade is rather stiff but it hasn't been a problem.It is slightly longer
than ideal for me. An 8 or 9" would be perfect. It is a great knife tho & the
fit & finish are first rate.