Pocket Knives - Clasp Knives - Folding Knives

Our HUBERTUS manufacturing program comprises different classic and modern types of pocket knives. 

This section is still under construction and will be completed soon. 


HUBERTUS Pocket Knife Series "14"

Modern Shape

Besides our classic large hunting knives we manufacture two knife models in similar size in the series "14". These knives are characterised by a locking blade with a modern shape.

The release of the blade is carried out in a traditional way by a pusher on the back of the blade.

Liners: brass

Bolsters: massive nickel silver

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HUBERTUS Pocket Knife Series "15"

Our pocket knife series „15“ is characterised by a modern blade shape with a drop-point blade. Therefore it represents an alternative to our classic hunting knives.

The release of the locked blade is carried out in a traditional way by a pusher on the back of the blade.

Handle length: 11 cm / 4.33"

Overall length with opened blade: 19.5 cm / 7.68"

Liners: brass

Bolsters: massive nickel silver

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HUBERTUS Pocket Knife Series "16"

Our modern pocket knife series „16” is characterised by a very slim handle. The underside of the handle is featured with two waivy grabsteps. Additionally the blade is designed in a clip-point shape.

 

Handle length: 10.5 cm / 4.13"

Overall length with opened blade: 18.5 cm / 7.28"

Liners: brass

Bolsters: massive nickel silver

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HUBERTUS Pocket Knife Series "17"

Our compact pocket knife series „17“ is characterised by a grabstep with maximum grip making the transition between handle and blade very safe.

Blade length: 7 cm / 2.76" (drop-point shape)

Handle length: 10.5 cm / 4.13"

Overall length opened: 18 cm / 7.09"

Liners: brass

Bolsters: massive nickel silver 

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HUBERTUS Universal-Pocket Knife Series "73" (Multi-Bladed Pocket Knife)

HUBERTUS - Pocket Knife Series "73"

Our pocket knife series „73“ is a variation of the classic Swiss army style multi-bladed pocket knife produced by the company Wester & Co from Solingen. This company doesn't exist nowadays.

At first Wester & Co delivered the Swiss army with these knives. Later the Swiss department on war ordered these knives under the term "Soldatenmesser Modell 1890" ("soldier's knife model 1890") from different companies in Solingen.

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In our HUBERTUS manufacturing program we offer different classic and modern types of pocket knives:

  • angler's knives
  • cable stripping knives
  • collector's knives
  • folding knives with locking blade
  • gardener's knives
  • hunting knives
  • nobility knives
  • pen knives
  • pick stickers
  • professional knives
  • pruning knives
  • race knives/ timber scribes
  • rescue knives
  • sailor's knives
  • sodbuster
  • switchblade knives
  • take-apart picnic knives
  • Westphalian Nobility Knives
  • Varieties of Configuration (we don't offer all combinations!)

    • bocote-wood
    • bone colored
    • bone routed & colored
    • bone plain
    • buffolo horn
    • celluloid
    • Corian® DuPont
    • ebony
    • ivory
    • ivory-Micarta
    • glass fiber reinforced in carbon fiber design
    • mammoth-ivory
    • MICARTA®
    • nylon olive-green, red, black
    • mother of pearl
    • palisander
    • rosewood
    • snakewood
    • stag horn
    • stag horn grinded & polished
    • stainless steel needle etched
    • synthetic material- stag horn imitation
    • synthetic material-composit,
    • ZYTEL® DuPont
    • awl
    • bayonet shape
    • Baumreisser blade
    • champagne hook
    • clip-point shape
    • can opener
    • drop-point shape
    • gutting hook
    • pen knife blade
    • fish scaler
    • fork blade
    • bottle opener
    • copulate blade
    • corkscrew
    • rescue knife blade with tearing hook
    • saw
    • shackle opener 
    • sheep's foot shape
    • screwdriver
    • gutting blade
    • damascus steel 320 layers (Balbach damask)
    • cast steel C45
    • heavy duty steel stainless DIN 1.4109 / X65CrMo14
    • heavy duty steel stainless DIN 1.4112 / X90CrMoV18
    • stainless material DIN 1.4034
    • stainless 440A
    • stainless​ 440C
    • Sandvik 13C26

    Historical Review

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    hand-drawn, colored illustrations of pocket knives in a pattern book of an unknown company.
    Solingen, around 1860

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