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Thread: Kramer handmade 52100 on Bay

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    Kramer handmade 52100 on Bay

    So some guy who got lucky and got a Kramer in 2009 off the wait list is selling it, it's not a dami = a plain vanilla 52100 knife, it's currently $4750 with a day to go. You could buy two bill burkes, two will catchsides, or 2 devins for this price and have some money left over. sheesh,

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    5,015 was the final price!

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    Is it coming to down under I wonder

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    Not to my house, anyone else?
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    Has anyone done a comparison between the zwilling kramer in 52100 and a custom non dami kramer in 52100?? Just askin....

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    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...-Knive-arrived
    Quote Originally Posted by gic View Post
    Has anyone done a comparison between the zwilling kramer in 52100 and a custom non dami kramer in 52100?? Just askin....
    Huw
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    Definitely not to mine , I tough you would have grabbed it Huw

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    It never ceases to amaze me what some people think is worth tons of money. Whereas I think Kramer has some of the most artsy Damascus patterns, and I can't fault the folks who get excited about that, this is just a relatively ordinary forged knife.

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