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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by veitsi_poika, Nov 23, 2020.
Nice Burma Knife Paul Here's two by other Sheffield firms
Schrade Wire Jacks
Here are a couple all-metal gifts from my friend @Jack Black
Great showing there Alan!
Richards of Sheffield pen knife
Here's some brass jacks...
Great pics of your fabulous collection Alan
I'd completely forgotten about that Squirrel Rachel, how prescient!
Very cool Kevin
Thank you. Remember the commercial tag line “betcha can’t eat just one?” That’s me and wirejacks.
Here is a Henckel folder and a Waterman pen.
Carrying this J.H. Thompson Sportsman's Knife today
My favorite all metal knife.
Great example of a great pattern
Here's a small Yachting Knife by Inversions
It's actually their Girl Guide Knife pattern, which were once made by many Sheffield cutlers, and seen with both Spearpoint and Sheepsfoot blades
Thanks Jack! A very useful pattern. Tough and built like a tank.
That's a very nice Ibberson Yachting knife. Small size but stout looking spike.
At least the Girl Guides/Girl Scouts had better knives back then.
Yes indeed, and an interesting piece of history to boot Thank you, they certainly did. Stan Shaw made one for his granddaughter, when she joined the Girl Guides, and they took it off of her I read an article about the early history of the Usual Girl Guides/Girl Scouts, which was very interesting. Here's another Guide knife, which varies slightly again. I suspect it belonged to a girl called Harriet
1946-'53 Schrade Walden #709SHA
2020 Viper Key
Here's another more recent Nowill small Yachting Knife.