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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Campbellclanman, Jul 17, 2011.
Sounds like John is going to be busy.
The last family group, at least until something new materializes.
Great line-up! Love the one in the middle and the one on the right/bottom!
That's the consensus.
Thanks Drew. Everything I know about traditional knives I learned here on the porch.
The fossil ivory ?? scales, on the knife, second from the bottom, are superb.
I have some very nice knives coming from John,please be patient . I'm starting to forget some of the conversations I'm having. Best bet watch my site,the dealer section in the Exchange here & my Facebook group too. Thanks for everything from all of you,from both John and myself.
Some new patterns by John
This one,we are calling a " Clipback " it is 3-5/8" closed. A swayback frame,with a Lanny's Clip type clip point blade. Great whittlin' knife ,amongst many tasks
This is a 4.25" Pruner with a great blade in it . The blade profile is like a hawkbill sheepsfoot combo , on a large swayback jack frame.
Absolutely Stunnimg Knives every single one of them !
I feel it’s most appropriate to post one of Mr Lloyd’s beauty’s here
Lloyd with friends from England and France
Just received My Lloyd stag Barlow from VCM and I’m really liking it . Great knife and a great guy/ Dealer
Heads up looks like there’s a big sale on Lloyd’s at VCM starting today with some great pricing .
Absolutely gorgeous pair you have there my friend. Vince has some.seriously nice Lloyd's up right now. The sister to your barlow is stunner!
Thanks My friend !
Same knives, different location.
Best location yet Alan! Extraordinary photos my friend!
Thank you James.
Great location, The Mint for a mint knife
Beautiful coins Alan