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Holy Cow Philllll what a nice collection you're putting together! And darn it where can I find nice old examples like that.....any estate sale I...
Well it's no "Earl" :rolleyes: and as far as I'm concerned this Barlows traveling days are numbered. It has found its home with its two brothers....
My Barlow family welcomes another beauty. The "Days Work" Barlow in saddle brown saw cut bone. I have done some investigating and I think...
Do you still have these? I am looking to buy a 53 cattle rancher in LG+ white pearl. My question is "Through the time you have owned them, has the...
I didn't even notice that Ron until you mentioned it. Now I'm intrigued.
Thanks for the kind words Paul and for that visual treat! The organization you did made it even better to gaze upon :thumbup::thumbup:
Thank you very much!
Please show us Paul!
My TC sitting on a white fence, looks like it could use a fresh coat of paint ;)
Love how that shot came out Paul, that's another reason I love bone covered slipjoints. They turn all sorts of shades depending on the light.
Thanks Dean! A knife with a good story/history is even more special IMO....Hey I've never seen a coin like that one before ;)
Thank you very much MJ71 I appreciate it :thumbup::thumbup:
Thanks Paul! that is a "large Cent" or what's left of one anyway :D made between 1793-1857 is the equivalent to a penny today. A friend of my...
I have seen plenty of examples of fine cutlery from the "golden age" manufactures and from present day manufacturers on this thread and have...
Very nice Paul! Those sure do look great together with covers of similar color. Those pony cut covers are really awesome :thumbup::thumbup:
Really awesome Bob! I didn't even realize the pull was wider and deeper till you mentioned it.
Bah Humbug :grumpy:......Merry Christmas!! :D
Sorry Frank I'm slowly getting the hang of things. :rolleyes:. Merry Christmas
Well here she is. Thanks Charlie and GEC for another home run! :thumbup:
Evan perhaps you could make a knife and give it a name or we can all help in naming it and send another knife on an adventure.