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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jprime84, Sep 15, 2017.
Nothing fancy, but I like it.
I disagree, it's very fancy and I like it too.
Nice jigging and color, cool shield, historic blade etch, and lined bolsters... Yup, fancy for sure.
Here's some good old Case red.
New York Knife Co. bone. (Some of my favorite jigged bone.)
@Mike Robuck Astounding example of jigging Mike, a real benchmark That must be an old (and big) Lockback, a fine piece.
Thanks Will. It's one of the knives that I sold and then bought back from Charlie over the years. It's a 4 1/4 closed English Jack and the bone is a bit darker than in the pic.
I like the jigging on this black Jack from the Pal Cutlery Co. (1945-1953).
That's like glowing embers
Don't let my Princess Pipp see that badge, she's conceited enough as it is, the Madam
XX era Case green bone.
All made by QUEEN?
First one faintly marked big Q.
Second clearly shows big Q.
Third has blade etched ROYAL BRAND MADE IN U.S.A.
Forth has no visible Mark's.
Two with Winterbottom bone scales and two with Roger's bone (?). Dimensions are all the same, all with half-stops. I bet they came from the same maker, don't you think? T-A
I like the jigging on this one. It is somewhat of a "forgotten" knife which was suddenly remembered yesterday. Have a great day everyone!