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Congrats on scoring a single blade, Dave. That would be a great carry knife. If they ever do a run of those I'm in.
Nice! Welcome (back) to Blade Forums.
Thanks Will. From what I have heard, it was a poor man's dirk. Here's a Conn. Cutlery stabber jack that doesn't have a kick. The pattern kind of...
I got one yesterday. Could not be more thrilled with it and the BF knife that I got last week. Nice pic Jeff!
I gave in to temptation as well and consider myself lucky that a friend had one to sell to me. Of course, all of the great pictures helped push me...
Here's an old Utica salesman's sample:
A Tony Bose knife with old stag from a carving set:
A "slim" swayback with W2 steel from...
Very cool knife and info Mike! A power trio Dave! (Neat fruit knife) Good to see your post Kevin. Also great knives and posts by Duncan. Merry...
Nice pattern and execution. Congrats
Here's an older IXL that's 4.5 closed.
2 inch-premium IXL whittler that was in a book about Sheffield exhibition knives.
Lyle, the good news is that it didn't require mouth to mouth!
Nice score Lee! Thanks for posting it. Looking forward to future posts by you in this thread.
Great additions to the thread Jack and Lee!
Will, they did lower the starting prices on that auction. I don't know by how much or if it was across the board. There were a few items that...
Duncan, there's a separate link that has the actual prices that they sold for. It was kind of a bummer to read that some of them have been heavily...
Thanks herder. The bolsters are pretty cool. Great to see the posts by Charlie and ismaris.
Whittler or congress, that Rodgers is superb!
Pre-1920 Cattaraugus "King of The Woods" (or Yukon) jack.
IXL Wostenholm premium whittler. [IMG]
The Valley Forge is a great knife and pattern, Duncan. Those blades look full to the brim!
Thanks Duncan. It took a steady hand to do those swedges!