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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jprime84, Sep 15, 2017.
@SteveC my head is spinning!
What is the closed length on it?
My Boker Bible by Punchard & Ray has me leaning this one toward c.1928 to late 1930's made in USA I'm guessing it is roughly 3-1/4" long?
I am at home and the knife is at my office, I’ll check in the morning and get back with info. Anything else you need to know? Thanks so much!
Man...The knive you have, Dwight.
J.H. Potter, Sheffield
@SteveC All are great Steve but I’m partial to the 72, it’s a great looking knife!
I'm surprised I haven't posted this one here yet.
I believe the bone is Culpepper, the re-haft is by @glennbad.
Thank you Harvey. That is a lovely Sheffield Shadow of old my friend.
Unbelievable examples of mind numbing jigging in this thread!!!!!!