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    GEC: where do the different Pattern names come from?

    I learned something. I always assumed it was named for Ben Hogan the Golfer
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    Show me your very first traditional knife

    An Imperial Kamp King; My Grandfather gave it to me when I was about 10 years old. It unfortunately suffered a broken back spring thru the years; this is a later replacement.
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    Barbara Herron

    Prayers sent Cindy; Nice seeing you post. I see you are not taking PM's so I put a response to you in your other (older I'm back) thread Hope you see it
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    "Black Box" Winchesters

    I love the jigging on the (Old Rogers?) bone that they used.
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    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    My new (used) 06 Pemberton After a quick clean up and polish; natural patina coming along nicely, and edge touched up. Currently residing in my watch pocket.
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    A request - 06 Pemberton Blue Bone question

    Thanks to all that had suggestions. The one I was able to find is fine so I have what I needed. After a quick clean up and polish; natural patina coming along nicely, and edge touched up. Currently residing in my watch pocket.
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    2019 GEC Pemberton Thread

    Resurrecting an old thread but I wanted to show off mine. Just received this nice single blade blue bone user ( Thanks to member Knifensupply). Gave it a quick edge touch up and proceded to cut up some strawberries and an apple. It made a nice start on a patina then it went right into my...
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    Good Knifensupply - All good

    I just received a knife from Knifensupply. It was well described and I am very happy with the purchase. Everything went smoothly and the knife was mailed and delivered quickly. Sceva
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    GEC: where do the different Pattern names come from?

    Yes, He was a Pharmacist but went to medical school and was called Dr Pemberton. Perhaps I should not have used Doc.
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    GEC: where do the different Pattern names come from?

    The 09 Esquire because it is a Gentleman's Knife The 06 Pemberton because it's Coke bottle shaped and Doc Pemberton invented Coca Cola
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    John DF's October Slip GAW

    My Winchester with a Pumpkin Drawing
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    Colorful Bone ... Do We Have Any ??

    I like the Blue on the Pembertons
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    A request - 06 Pemberton Blue Bone question

    I finally found this on line but it's a low resolution copy. Does anyone have a better copy that I could upload?
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    What is the difference between good jigging and bad jigging?

    I'm not a fan of Winterbottom Bobe or Corncob bone jigging. I like a random jigging like the old rogers bone. As for GEC's jigging, some is great while others are underwhelming, too even and even too shallow. I like the jigging on my 09 Esquires I have an 06 Pemberton Blue jigged bone coming...
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    A request - 06 Pemberton Blue Bone question

    Thanks; I have that. Still looking for the magazine cover
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    A request - 06 Pemberton Blue Bone question

    Hello all; I have a 06 Pemberton single Wharncliff blue bone on it's way that will go into the carry rotation. Question; did GEC do one of their Great Eastern Cutlery Illustrated covers for the Jigged blue single blade? Would be around late January 2019. If so, do you have a copy you can...
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    Gec 06

    I'll take it per our E-Mails
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    Equal End

    Nice canoe; It looks equal to me.
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    Equal End

    I like them (Small ones) too Winchester from the 1920's - 1930's Schatt & Morgan from 2003
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    Bullet Shields Only - All Manufacturers Welcome

    How about an A.G. Russell CM-10, 20th Century Barlow?
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