I need help from my fellow vintage SOG experts. On the infamous auction site came across a pair of SOGs that have puzzled me. They are an S1 and S2, purported to be and by all physical aspects appear to be vintage Seki SOGs made by Hattori. However, neither have the country of origin on the right side ricasso. But more puzzling is that rather than the familiar square SOG logo, the words SOG SPECIALTIES appears. The S1 has a S/N on the guard a feature I was under the impression existed only on the commemorative S1 in box made 2006-2008. The S2 also has no country of origin, has an early Santa Monica CA nylon sheath, and again no square logo but SOG SPECIALTIES" where it should be. The seller of these two knives purports that they are the very earliest production pieces. Even the S1 sheath has SOG SPECIALTIES stamped on it. The S1 serial number suggests that at least 1000 were made. I was under the impression that the very earliest SOG S1s from Hattori had S/N on the pommel together with a signature by Spencer Fraser. So all of this is very puzzling to me, I have never seen these versions. If anybody has seen the before or has any information to confirm or deny the story behind these two SOGs I would be very grateful. Thanks VM.